From rock climbing to deep tissue massages, there’s something here for everyone.
Located just 100 miles west of Denver, Vail is a showcase for Rocky Mountain beauty, adventure and retreat. Vail Mountain rises to 11,570 feet and boasts 5,289 skiable acres and 33 ski lifts, including two gondolas. Beyond skiing, the mountains offer four seasons of outdoor fun, including hiking, biking, rafting, fly-fishing, golf, tennis, snowmobiling and more.
Vail Residences at Cascade Village is uniquely positioned alongside Gore Creek in Cascade Village. Covering over 118 pristine acres, Cascade Village is conveniently located a quarter mile west of Lionshead Village and within close proximity to all the action and adventure that makes Vail so unique. With the perfect location on the banks of the Gold-Medal fly-fishing waters of Gore Creek, this mountain resort near Vail and Cascade Village provides the ultimate vacation experience.
Vail is the crown jewel of the Vail Resorts Epic collection, featuring 2 entertainment villages at the base of the mountain with access to Vail’s wide variety of terrain, back bowls, and 5,289 skiable acres. Paired with pristine conditions, skiing Vail is truly like no mountain you’ve experienced before.
Thanks to the magical combination of averaging more than 300+ days of sunshine and 370+ inches of snow each year, plus majestic, only-in-Vail views of the surrounding Gore and Sawatch mountain ranges, the phrase "Like nothing on Earth" comes to life before your very eyes.
The town is an inviting place to shop, dine, explore art galleries and pamper yourself. Vail is also home to annual events, such as a food and wine festival, the World Alpine Ski Championships, the GoPro Games, a renowned Fourth of July event and summer music and dance festivals.
Other local attractions include the Gerald Ford Amphitheater, Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, Vail Nature Center and Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame.
Coming for a week or more? Consider buying a multi day pass - it discounts lift ticket daily price.
Total Skiable Terrain: 5,289 Acres (2,141 H)
Front Side: 1,627 Acres
Back Bowls: 3,017 Acres
Blue Sky Basin: 645 Acres
Beginner Terrain: 18%
Intermediate Terrain: 29%
Advanced/Expert Terrain: 53%
Longest Run: Riva Ridge - 4 miles (6.4 KM)
Total # of Named Runs: 195
Average Annual Snowfall: 354 inches (899 CM)
Base Elevation: 8,120 Feet (2,454 M)
Mid-Elevation: 10,250 Feet (3,125 M)
Peak Elevation: 11,570 Feet (3,527 M)
Vertical Rise: 3,450 Feet (1,052 M)
Vail Valley is sunny about 300 days a year and averages around 300 inches of snowfall per year, much of it powder perfect! Summer temperatures peak at about 78 degrees.
The Town of Vail, founded in 1966, may be a mere baby boomer, but the area has a long history as a hunting ground and summer residence of the Ute Indians—who called these majestic peaks “The Shining Mountains.” Later, settlers mined and ranched the area, and during World War II, it was very close to the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division in Camp Hale between Vail and Leadville, training skiers and mountaineers for combat in the Italian Alps. After the war, one of those veterans, Peter Seibert, returned to establish Vail, modeled after the charming Alpine villages in the European Alps.
Getting here is easy! Our vacation rentals and condos in Vail are a convenient 35 minute drive from Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) or less than 2 hours from Denver International Airport (DEN).
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VAIL AIR TRANSPORTATION
VAIL GROUND TRANSPORTATION
FROM DENVER AND EAGLE AIRPORTS
Colorado Mountain Express provides shared ride shuttle service from Denver International, Aspen and Eagle County Airports to many Colorado mountain locations including Aspen, Snowmass Village, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Vail and Beaver Creek. EME's fleet of 250 vehicles includes 10 passenger vans, 12 Passenger Mercedes Benz Sprinter® vans and 5 passenger 4-wheel drive luxury SUVs.
For guests seeking the most convenient and personalized travel services choose EME Premier offering the finest in luxurious ground transportation.
To book your ground transportation services to our condos near Vail Village click here, or call 1.800.525.6363 for more information.
TRANSPORTATION AROUND VAIL
The Town of Vail provides complimentary public transportation between East and West Vail, stopping in both Lionshead and Vail Villages.
Eagle County Transportation provides buses between Eagle, Minturn, Vail and Avon that also stop at Beaver Creek ski area. In the winter season they run every 15 minutes throughout the day and every 30 minutes into the early hours of the morning; in the summer season they run every 30 minutes throughout the day and every hour into the late evening.
There is also a Village Shuttle with multiple routes around Cascade Village. Please inquire at the front desk of your property for more information regarding schedules and routes.
Vail Limo Services provides luxury vans and SUVs, and provides both local transport and transport to Denver International Airport. Click here for more details.
All Vail Residences units offer complimentary parking for 1 car. Some unit types offer parking for multiple cars, including our private residences.
Additional valet vehicle parking can be purchased for $50 per vehicle / per night.
DISTINCTIVE DINING at GRAND HYATT VAIL
Food and drink celebrate the culinary heritage of the Colorado Rockies. This delicious blend of cultures echoes Vail’s own heritage.
Open all day, Gessner, the resorts signature restaurant is open breakfast through dinner, showcasing authentic flavors from the Colorado Rockies.
Enjoy breakfast buffets, relaxed lounge lunches and refined dinner experiences all overlooking Gore Creek and Vail Mountain.RESERVE A TABLE