Review: Skiing and Snowboarding in Vail

Vail Village Mountain Plaza
Vail, CO 81620

Tourists from all over the world visit the small, mountain town of Vail, Colorado to experience the world-class skiing and snowboarding. Beginners and professionals alike don snow gear and ride up one of the many ski lifts to fly back down.

Vail’s notorious, yet beautiful, back bowls are accessible from the highest peaks and take advanced skiers and snowboarders through challenging terrain. Novices can either stick to the well-marked beginner runs or enroll in ski and snowboard school. Visit for more information.

Daily lift tickets are a bit pricey, running about $100 per person (season passes are much more cost effective). offers various vacation packages like the Ski Free Stay Free deal, which gives guests staying at least three nights a free night of lodging and day of skiing.

Though daily prices are expensive, slicing through the often fresh pow-pow on a sunny day in Vail is one that you will never forget.

Take the Vail Bus to Vail Village’s Transportation Center. Walk south toward town.

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  • Leigh
    January 5, 2012 at 4:35 am

    The Colorado Rockies is a great place for families seeking lots of snow and fun. have a superb range of luxury ski villas in Colorado. The perfect place for relaxing after a day on the slopes.

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