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Vail Ski & Snowboarding Holidays

Vail, one of the world’s top ski resorts with over 5000 acres of jaw dropping terrain, an average of 23 feet of snow per year and over 300 days of sunshine each year. Vail has superb accommodation, an attractive characteristic village centre and an internationally renowned apres ski scene. Known for its soft, dry powder, it is also the largest single mountain ski area in America, stretching 7 miles from east to west. There is something for everyone, from smooth groomed runs through to challenging off piste back bowls.

Vail village is a modern, cosmopolitan ski destination with an Alpine feel whilst the newly redeveloped Lionshead area of Vail is located at the base of the gondola with its own great selection of bars, shops, restaurants and an ice skating rink. Spend a day or two in Beaver Creek, Vail's sister resort which is just a 15 minute drive away.

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Book your 2017/2018 Vail ski holiday with us today and you can be sure of a great deal. Our expert advisors will help you to find the right accommodation and get the best possible deal for your ski Vail holiday budget.

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Recommended Vail Ski Accommodation

The Lodge At Vail

The famous Lodge at Vail was the original Vail luxury property and still remains one of the most popular of Vail’s plethora of luxury hotels.

Chalet Gleneagles

Chalet Gleneagles sits in an enviable location in a beautiful Aspen tree lined residential area in East Vail.

Evergreen Lodge

The Evergreen is one of the best value hotels within Vail Village and because of that it is incredibly popular with skiers and snowboarders who...

Vail - Ski Resort Information

Après Ski: Lionshead is fairly quietr in the evenings but Vail village is lively at the Red Lion, The George, Pepi's and McCoys to name a few.

Activities: Ice-skating, snowmobiling, ski-biking, Adventure Ridge, snowshoe tours, dog sledding

Eating Out: Whatever you want, Vail has it with over 100 places in all price ranges. Fine dining places include Wildflower, Centre V, and the Tour. More moderate places recommended are Blu's, Billy's Island Grill and Campo de Fiori for Italian. In addition there are many great restaurants in Beaver Creek.

Other Amenities: Colourful shops, restaurants and bars, health clubs, winter footpaths, wildlife tours, shuttle service between Vail and Beaver Creek, half-hourly (0800-2400), Silverthorne Factory Outlet Shopping Centre.

Vail Skiing Information

Typical Costs

Lift Passes (6 Days)AdultChild (5-12)
Epic pass350180
Tuition (1 day)AdultChild (3-12)
Ski School100120
Board School100120
incl lunch

Vail - Ski Piste Map

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