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Vail Valley Events

Vail Valley combines some of the best alpine resorts in the world with a small-town, European feel and a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities. A number of events, including the annual GoPro Mountain Games and the Vail Summer Bluegrass Series add to the excitement.

Vail Valley is surrounded by the White River National Forest, with Gore Creek flowing east to west through the center of it all. Lift-served mountain biking and hiking can be found on Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort. Other activities include golfing, fly fishing, Jeep tours and white water rafting. After a day spent in the great outdoors at over 8,000 feet, visitors will find three base areas, world-class dining and a lively nightlife scene to welcome them home. Vail Valley is conveniently located along Interstate 70, west of Denver International Airport.
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The 10 Best Summer Events in Colorado

Can't-miss Colorado summer events for all of those whose mountain adventures don't stop when the snow does. Full Article

Explore Vail's Mountain Bike Trails

Vail attracts families and downhill riders to its mountain bike trails.

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Cordillera Valley Course

(970-926-5950) 655 Clubhouse Drive, Edwards, CO. This Tom Fazio-designed course has a par 71, 7,079 yards. This is only for members, sponsored guests and guests of the Lodge at Cordillera. The cost is $225 and that includes cart and caddie.

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  • Shop 'til You Drop in Vail

    You'll find more than 150 shops in Vail alone. Each is unique in its own setting, from boutiques to T-shirts, high-end specialty shops to interior design. There are also sporting good and book stores. Vail Village and Beaver Creek Village have bricked-in pedestrian malls for your shopping. Avon and Edwards have more year-round, local-based shops. Full Article

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  • Country Club of the Rockies

    (970-926-3021; http://www.countrycluboftherockies.com), Arrowhead, CO. This Jack Nicklaus signature course is located in Arrowhead. It has a par 72, 6,785 yards. Members have guest privileges. The cost is $50 to walk and $65 with cart during low season. During high season it is $95 to walk with $10 for a cart. It is $65 for twilight golf after 3 p.m. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Vail Golf Club

    (970-479-2260), 1778 Vail Valley Dr., Vail, CO. This is a public course and one you must play when visiting Vail. It's located 1.5 miles east of Vail Village, with very lush greens and a scenic setting at the base of the Gore Range. It has breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. The Vail Golf Course has a par 71, 7,024 yards. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Cool Off: Swimming Around Vail

    Take a dip in the Gore Creek and see if the chill takes your breath away. Then sit back and relax as you watch the kayakers negotiate Vail's new whitewater park, under the international bridge, adjacent to Checkpoint Charlie and the Pedestrian Village. Full Article

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  • Following the Little White Ball in Vail Valley

    World-class ski areas. Stunning views. And enough top-ranked golf courses to keep even the most dedicated hacker busy and happy for weeks. Can you golf here? You bet. Try the Beaver Creek Golf Club (970-754-5775; http://beavercreek.snow.com/info/summer/golf.bc.asp) an 18-hole regulation resort links designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. They have an $89 low season guest rate. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Cordillera Mountain Golf Course

    (970-926-5100) 655 Clubhouse Drive, Edwards, CO. This is a semi-private course, located 20 miles west of Vail. It is a par 72, 7,413 yards. Public tee times are taken one day in advance, with space available for times after 2:30 p.m. Fees are $225 including cart and caddie. Guests of Cordillera can play. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Willow Creek Par 3 at Eagle-Vail Golf Course

    (970-845-7273) 431 Eagle Drive, Avon, CO. This is a public course, located east of Eagle-Vail Golf Course. It is good for families or beginners. It is a par 27, 767 yards. The cost is $15 for the first round and $9 for the second round. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Cordillera Valley Course

    (970-926-5950) 655 Clubhouse Drive, Edwards, CO. This Tom Fazio-designed course has a par 71, 7,079 yards. This is only for members, sponsored guests and guests of the Lodge at Cordillera. The cost is $225 and that includes cart and caddie. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Cotton Ranch Golf Club

    (970-524-6200) 530 Cotton Ranch Drive, Gypsum, CO. This is a semi-private course, with a par 72, 7,052 yards. It's another locals' favorite with bright red, blazing sunsets. It has probably the longest running golf season in the valley, from early March to late fall. Tee times are made 48 hours in advance on a space available basis. The cost is $69 and it includes the cart. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Go On, Pamper Yourself a Little in the Vail Valley

    There's a lot to do in the Vail Valley. All that activity can leave you with a few aches and pains. What to do? Full Article

    1st May 2009

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