Vail Valley Happenings

Vail America Days

Posted by Step Beyond Media on June 25, 2018 in  Community  Events  Holidays  Off Season  Summer  Vail
Celebrate the Fourth of July in Vail by attending the biggest celebration of Summer at the annual Vail America Days. This year’s theme is the Great Outdoors and it promises to be a fun filled day sure to entertain everyone in the family and showcase the best of Vail. The Vail America Days parade is not to be missed. It is one of the largest parades in Colorado and begins at 10am starting at Golden Peak on Vail Valley Drive and end on Lionshead. The parade will last approximately two hours and have and ... read more

Bravo Vail Music Experience

Posted by Step Beyond Media on June 18, 2018 in  Community  Events  Off Season  Summer  Vail
For an amazing musical experience unlike any other be sure to get tickets to Bravo Vail. Music lovers from all over the world come to see some of the world’s greatest classical music orchestras perform on stage with the stunning Rocky Mountains in the background.  It is a listening and visual event not to be missed. Bravo Vail is located at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater beginning on June 21st and runs until August 2nd. The highlight of the event is the four internationally acclaimed orchestras perfor... read more

Vail Galleries & Beyond

Posted by Step Beyond Media on June 06, 2018 in  Community  Off Season  Summer
As we all know, Vail is a prime location for winter sports and events, but it is also home to several wonderful art galleries and more.  Take a day trip or even spend a weekend to experience some of the attractions that Vail may not be known for. Betty Ford Alpine Gardens is the highest elevation botanical garden in the world.  Coming in at around 8,200 feet, it features alpine gardening at its finest.  They are always having some sort of event, whether it is guided garden tours or outdoor aerial yo... read more

Off Season - Go Time

May activities
Posted by Elizabeth Wilson on April 26, 2018 in  Community  Off Season
Visiting Vail in late April or May after the resort has closed can be a nice time to enjoy the peace and quiet of the mountains, where you can just take a quiet stroll and not hear the hum of the chairlifts in the background. If you're going to enjoy a spring stroll in Vail we recommend you pack a lunch, along the paved Gore Valley Trail you'll find numerous benches and picnic tables where you can stop and have a bite to eat. The Gore Valley Trail runs along Gore Creek and offers a peaceful glimpse of the... read more
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