The front side of the ski area at Vail, Colorado, seen from Red Sandstone Road, which is north of the town. A small section of the town of Vail can be seen at the base of the mountain.

Vail (elevation 8150 feet) is a town in Eagle County, Colorado, USA. The population was 4,531 at the 2000 census. It is famous for its skiing and other winter sports in addition to being a year-round destination for outdoor activities. The ski area is currently maintained by Vail Ski Resorts Inc. With 5,289 acres of terrain, Vail is the largest single ski mountain in North America, featuring seven bowls and intermediate gladed terrain in Blue Sky Basin. Vail sees a yearly average of 346 inches of snowfall and 300 days of sunshine. It first opened in 1962. Vail Village is modeled after a Bavarian Village with pedestrian streets and rugged mountain backdrops. Edit this section or read more

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Lodge at Vail

Vail Marriott Mountain Resort Vail Marriott Mountain Resort nestled at the base of Vail Mountain. Just 150 yards from the Eagle-Bahn Gondola, our Vail, Colorado resort offers relaxed lodging for daredevils.



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