Good News, Folks! Snow Continues to Fall in Vail This Week

By Caitlin Row Stoner

President's Day Weekend is behind us, and snow continues to fall. A snowy Monday and Tuesday (February 19 and 20) resulted in an early week powder day (and lots of snowy roads).

February is the month that keeps giving after a decidedly dry December and January. I'm happy to report beautiful conditions at Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort right now!

This is the best it has been so far, and it keeps getting better. Those who love Vail and Beaver Creek but haven't visited yet this season should consider a spring ski vacation. 

At the time of this writing, even more snow is predicted for Thursday, Friday and Sunday (February 22, 23 and 25). Cold weather in the 20s and 30s is predicted through the weekend. Keep checking back for the most up-to-date weather predictions by clicking here

With that in mind, here are my top picks for Vail Valley This Week.

Photo: By Caitlin Row, Avon's Nottingham Park

Events This Week

The Vilar Performing Arts Center Guild Feast for the Arts is Thursday, February 22, in Beaver Creek. The Alternate Routes will perform live music at Vilar Performing Arts Center on Friday, February 23. Comedian TJ Miller will perform Saturday, February 24, at Vilar. One Night of Queen by Gary Mullen and the Works is planned for Vilar on Tuesday, February 27. BalletX, a contemporary ballet performance, is planned for Wednesday, February 28, at Vilar. 

Ski for MS is planned for Saturday, February 24, in Vail. The Talons Challenge is also Saturday in Beaver Creek. The Town of Avon is hosting its February Freezer 5K and Polar Plunge at Nottingham Park on Saturday as well. 

Check out our full list of events spanning daytime and nightlife here.

Photo: TJ Miller, courtesy of Vilar Performing Arts Center

More Vail Things To Do

Rocky Mountain Silver and Beads in Edwards offers a variety of jewelry-making classes. Check out the class list here.

Vail Mountain Lodge's spa and Vitality Center offers a lot of relaxing activities, like facials, yoga, massage and more. The indoor climbing gym looks pretty sweet, too.

For out-of-towners considering a trip on Easter weekend, here's a Vail Daily article featuring brunch options and egg hunts.

And for visitors who aren't skiers, don't worry. I have a list of 5 things to do in Vail and Beaver Creek that does not necessitate a lift ticket. Read more here.

Love dining out? Who doesn't! Here's a full list of Vail Valley restaurants.

Beaver Liquors in Avon is currently doing a sale for the Olympics. The shop is offering Goldschlager ($19.99), Herradura Silver ($39.99) Coors Banquet and Light ($9.99).

Photo: Hovey & Harrison's Ciabatta French Toast

We'll see you in Vail and Beaver Creek!

About the Author Caitlin Row Stoner
Caitlin is a Vail local. She loves to ski, play in the snow (preferably with her dog) and taste all the Vail Valley has to offer.