Vail

Vail

About the Resort

As one of the most famous ski resorts in the world, North America’s Vail is actually a relatively new member of the ski community.  Purpose-built in 1962, the Vail piste map is huge and one of the largest ski resort towns.  A big favourite of the celebs, and the rich and famous,

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With Vail praised as the second largest ski area in the USA, you’ve got such a huge variety of terrain to enjoy.  There’s a massive 5289 acres to explore, which is split into three key areas; Back Bowls, Blue Sky Basin and Frontside; with something for every level of skier. Read More:

There’s an extensive variety of Vail ski accommodation to choose from and you can choose whether to stay either in town or slope-side.  In town, you’ve got seven different locations to try. Read more:

When it comes to Vail weather, it may not be the steepest of locations, but it doesn’t put visitors off when combined with the excellent snowmaking facilities. Read More:

 With four miles of this huge ski and luxury resort to make the most of along the I-70 Highway, you’ve got lots of high-quality condos and hotels to choose from here.  Although if you’re looking for some more affordable options, you can try either Beaver Creek or Eagle Vail, which are still accessible.  Read More:

There’s no getting away from the fact that it’s a luxury resort with a luxury price tag, but you’ve got loads to experience on and off the slopes if you’ve got the budget to enjoy it. Read More:

A great resort for those searching for luxury, it’s styled on traditional Austrian design, and its heated streets are great for keeping the snow clear.  Their excellent shuttle services enable holiday visitors to get across the three village centres and quickly onto the slopes.  . Read More:

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

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Highlights

+One of the largest ski areas in the US

+Traffic free resort villages

Things to think about

-Expensive, Luxurious resort with few budget friendly options.

-Slopes can be busy and croweded during peak times.

Ski Passes

Adult

$169

$338

$483

$612

$730

$840

Child

$117

$234

$333

$424

$505

$582

What's Included

Vail Lift Pass
Child Pass 5-12 Years

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Ski Area
5317 Acres

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

18%
29%
53%
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

3527m
2475m
2454m
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31

Lifts

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3

Snow

Park

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$840

Ski Pass

6 Days

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20 November ’20
11 April ’21
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Ice Rink
Health Club
Outlet Shopping Centre

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13

Flight Times

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Nearest Airport

Eagle County | 35,2miles | 37min

Denver | 122miles | 2hr 4min

Flights

Accommodation

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