Swimming lessons from a four-legged friend
Wet & Wild
People and their pets have plenty of aquatic options.
From e-bikes to lakeside hikes
From cabins to yurts, rustic to glamping
The Vail Valley has an abundance of angling options.
Turtle Tubing offers a novel way to drift down the Upper Colorado.
Canoes, SUP, kayaks, and more
A guide to the valley's most plunge-worthy rivers, rapids, lakes, streams, cascades, and pools
From white-water rapids to family-friendly floats.
Best of Kin
Only 10 miles apart, Vail and Beaver Creek are worlds away, but equally awesome.
From Beaver Creek's storied Cookie Time to Vail's Revely revelry, the fun gets ramped up when the lifts start slowing down.
Mountain safety is their mission, but these pups bring canine celebrity to Vail and Beaver Creek.
There's only one on-mountain overnight getaway at both Vail and Beaver Creek, but you'll want to splurge on these heavenly retreats.
These backcountry chutes and plunges near Vail and Beaver Creek are not for the faint of heart or the unprepared.
When you want powder and varied terrain, point your skis toward these pockets of Vail and Beaver Creek.
For the smoothest snow whatever the incline, seek out these corduroy classics at Vail and Beaver Creek.
When you want to ski downhill for seemingly ages without pausing to find a lift, try these classic trails at Vail and Beaver Creek.
On-the-go skiers can fuel up with these quick and tasty bites to fuel their adventures on the mountain..
Geared for Adventure
Learn the ropes and catch some air at Minturn Bike Park, a growing mountain biking facility in the Vail Valley.
Explore the best singletrack at Meadown Mountain, one of the Vail Valley's outdoor recreation hot spots.