- Vail Village was discovered in the late 19th century as a mining town and is now home to the biggest ski resort in North America.
- The village is located in central Vail, Eagle County, Colorado, alongside Interstate 70.
- For lively après ski, a bustling atmosphere, world class slopes and excellent summer recreation Vail Village is the place to be.
Vail Village was first discovered in the late 19th century and the town had a vision of Vail becoming a place where people from all walks of life could enjoy a shared passion for skiing and nature. Today as one of the biggest resorts in North America, that dream has been more than realised and Vail Village is a bustling resort town summer and winter.
Vail Village is at the center of Vail Resort, Colorado, located in Eagle County, alongside Interstate 70.
The bustling village is full of cafes, shops, rental stores as well as banks and everything else you might need. Lodging is abundant and there is a gondola system making the mountains more accessible.
The village is just steps away from the slopes where every winter activity imaginable is possible, including some of the best ski in the world. During the summer months hikes, nature tours, excellent mountain biking and a whole host of outdoor pursuits are available. The après ski scene is also extremely lively and great fun.
Vail Village is an access point to other mountain communities such as Lionshead and Redcliff and all their attractions and is close to Beaver Creek Ski Resort and The Rocky Mountains.
Follow I-70 west and take exit 176 toward Vail. Enjoy the stunning scenery along the way.