Continual improvements to the mountain infrastructure has meant that the ski mountain continues along the cutting edge of ski resorts anywhere in the world. As the ski mountain has matured, many other winter activities have developed. From snowshoeing or cross-country skiing at the Nordic Center to snowmobiling the backcountry, there are many ways to enjoy a winter visit to Vail. Contact our concierge for more details!
Of course skiing is the number one activity during the winter in Vail. And many guests come year after year and follow the same routine - which is a lot of fun. But have you ever thought about doing something a little different? What about taking a lesson? Many skiers don't. No matter what level you ski, taking a lesson is a way to re-focus on your skiing. New ski technology has changed the way we ski and learning what this is all about and how it has made skiing easier is time well spent. But breaking old habits that are interfering with our performance is the number one reason to book a lesson.
Play in the afternoon and well into the night at Adventure Ridge with ski bikes, kids snowmobile track, a slippery slope of rip-roaring tubing lanes and more. A snow park the size of a football stadium on top of the mountain and family food favorite Bistro Fourteen. The gondola runs from breakfast till night. Drink hot chocolate and watch the sun set over the bowls. Contact our Concierge to book this fun and unique experience.
A great way to see Colorado outside the ski resort is to take a snowmobile tour. Nova Guides offers the largest commercial trail system in the White River National Forest with over 80 miles of groomed an maintained trails. Unguided snowmobile rental is also available.
One of our most popular winter tours is dog sledding with the Mountain Musher. Fun from start to finish...and did we mention romantic.
Please contact our concierge for more activity ideas or to book your trips. We work with reputable local companies that have a track record of satisfying our guests.