Vail Blog

The Vail Valley offers the best of several worlds: It’s a world-class tourist destination and also a conglomeration of laid-back mountain towns. It’s set in some of the most gorgeous landscapes in the country but also boasts upscale hotels, restaurants and shopping options. It combines a deeply local aesthetic with a world-class reputation. And the Vail Valley information presented in this blog will help you appreciate it all.

Regardless of whether you’re new to the area or a born-and-raised local, the Vail Valley information presented here will help acquaint you with the ins and outs of the area and point you toward the enormous amount of fun, entertainment and engaging activities offered throughout the valley. Consider this blog your friendly, local and intimately informed source for all things Vail Valley. Regardless of the season, our blog will keep you up to date on the latest happenings and exciting activities and events throughout the region. It will give you a sense of what the locals are excited about and steer you toward activities you truly won’t want to miss.

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Use this blog to stay updated on Vail Valley information that matters to you. From the hottest events around to obscure attractions you’ll be glad to have seen, this blog will keep you in the know about all things Vail Valley. Pore over past and present blog posts to learn more about the area and plan your night and weekend outings. And then get outside and go exploring!

Featured Blog

More Snow On The Way Means You Should Ski This Weekend

By Caitlin Row | Tuesday, January 15, 2019
More snow is on the way to Colorado's mountains. That's good news for everyone hitting the slopes this weekend around the Vail Valley.  According to OpenSnow, on Friday, January 18, Vail is earmarked with an alert, with a forecast of 6-plus inches from the previous night and current day. As OpenSnow is my most... Read More

Let's Enjoy Lots of Live Music In January!

By Caitlin Row | Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Driving back from Denver into the high country on Monday meant I got a taste of the end-of-weekend snow-pocalypse. Cars were inching in swirling snow as gusts of wind rocked my car. Even though it took an hour and a half longer to get back home, I was glad to see even more snowfall in the mountains. This winter's snow... Read More

It's Officially 2019! Here's What's Happening Around The Vail Valley

By Caitlin Row | Monday, December 31, 2018
It's a new year, folks! And that means I'll have to get used to writing 2019 on everything. It also means we still have at least three more good months of winter to ski our faces off. I love this time of year because my legs are finally strong enough to explore more advanced terrain. Gone are the days when I can... Read More

Let's Head Into a New Year of Wintertime Fun around the Vail Valley

By Caitlin Row | Monday, December 24, 2018
At the time of this writing, it's Christmas Eve and I'm happily gazing at fluffy snow falling and settling onto tree branches. I predicted last week that it would be a white Christmas around the Vail Valley, and I wasn't disappointed.  With Christmas now in the rearview mirror, I am more than ready to welcome in a... Read More

The Christmas Countdown is Upon Us Around the Vail Valley!

By Caitlin Row | Monday, December 17, 2018
The Vail Valley is a magical place to be during the holidays, especially when snow is on the horizon. Here's the good news, folks. It's looking like it's going to be a freshly white Christmas! Weather this week is pointing to a period of snow starting on Wednesday, December 19, then again on Friday and Saturday,... Read More

Let's Go Snowmobiling with Nova Guides this Holiday Season!

By Caitlin Row | Monday, December 10, 2018
Well, folks, I just got done taking my first self-driven snowmobile tour with Nova Guides. As an avid skier, snowmobiling was something I did occasionally – sitting on the back while someone else drove it. This time, I took control. Granted, we did the easier trail (Tigiwon Snowmobile Tours, near Minturn), but I was... Read More