Tips for planning a Family Vacation to Vail

Enjoy Family Friendly Vail
Zip down world-class slopes, enjoy a stroll down picturesque cobblestone streets or visit Santa’s workshop. With a family friendly ski trip to Vail, Colorado, you can experience all this and much more.

Getting There
Fly into Eagle County Airport, just a 30 minute drive or shuttle ride from Vail. The airport offers direct flights to and from major cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Los Angles and more. Flight connections via Denver are available as well. Once you’ve arrived in Vail, take advantage of an extensive network of free shuttle buses to get around town.

Activities
Give the whole family plenty of reasons to smile with a plethora of activities and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy a ski trip to Vail, the largest ski resort in the U.S. Vail Mountain offers three distinct skiable areas, with 193 runs. With plenty of Black Diamond runs, Vail offers numerous challenges for experienced skiers. Beginners will feel at home as well, with plenty of easier slopes and opportunities for ski lessons. Vail’s ski school offers private and group beginner lessons for children, teens and adults. More advanced skiers can sign up focused specialty classes to work on specific skills. For fun in the snow without skis, check out Adventure Ridge. Slide on a snow tube or try your hand on a ski break. Be sure to take a break from the slopes, Vail offers plenty of other fun too. The annual Vail Family Holidaze, featuring music ice shows and more, adds some kid-friendly spirit to the town each December. Vail Family Holidaze offers kids a chance to visit Santa’s workshop too.

Where to Stay
Choose from a number of lodging options, including Vail hotels, cabins, condominiums and single-family homes available to rent short-term. Pick from a number of price ranges and amenities when choosing Vail hotels, or other lodging options.

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