Vail for all Seasons

When it comes to the best places to ski, Colorado ranks at the top time and time again. Where to stay is probably the hardest choice because of all the great skiing locations in the state. Located in the dramatic Colorado Rockies, Vail is surrounded by the Gore Range and the Holy Cross Wilderness, providing a medley of skiing opportunities for all levels as well as other types of unique mountain adventures. Whether your choice is Vail Village, Lionshead Village, East Vail, West Vail Cascade Village or Golden Peak there will be Vail hotels for all types of accommodation preferences.

Vail Village is the center of everything when it comes to skiing vacations. Not only can you spend the day skiing in Vail Village but there are many other activities to take advantage of. These include shopping, dining, after dinner drinks and dancing the night away.

For a ride on Vail’s only gondola, head on to Lionshead Village. With a feel of a European village, Lionshead Village also has other snow sports like snowboarding to try. With 348 inches of average snowfall as well as over 300 days of sunshine, there is rarely a bad time to ski in Vail.

East Vail is not only known for skiing but for the challenge of ice climbing. Hidden snowshoe trails, a roaring waterfall and a great place to hike make East Vail another top tourist destination. This area is also great in the summer months with endless biking trails.

Convenient to most everything is West Vail Cascade Village. Accommodations include luxury condos, Vail hotels and vacation rentals. Snow season brings skiing, snowboarding and ice skating while the warm months offer up a medley of choices such as hiking and biking. Visit the ski museum if you get the chance.

Known for ski schools for young children, Golden Peak is the perfect place to learn to ski for the first time. It has many condos and rental accommodations, therefore, it is a good place to stay for longer visits to Vail. Restaurants, stores and everything else is all conveniently close to Golden Peak.

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