A global destination, Vail attracts those who are determined to push all limits.
As a top producer of Olympic athletes,
pursuit of adventure is a way of life.
Surrounded by the White River National Forest, Vail is also a global resort center
with over 5200 acres of skiable terrain, and 7 miles of Back Bowls, making it one of the largest ski destinations in the world!
Vail as a community, is committed to living and sharing the experience of a lifetime!
The excitement does not end with winter. Summer flowers bring a prism of color that
delight the senses, along with a collection of distinctive art sculptures, which
greet you throughout the entire village.
Music fills the air with concerts, charming shops provide that special something to inspire great memories, and the range of
restaurants will satisfy any palate.
Mountain bikes and hikers fill the slopes with a grit and determination, reminiscent of it founders that included a member of the 10th Mountain Division
Vail sets the standard in resort experience
The word, "Adventure" is synonymous with Basalt. Mountain Biking, Hiking, Fishing, Boating, Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking, Hunting, and Four-Wheeling, are just
some of the destination sports that
attracts visitors from across the nation.
Winter delivers an equally amazing experience, with adjacent Aspen
bringing world-class skiing to this
vibrant and independent community
The historic town of Basalt has been the gateway to exploration, fun, and commerce, for the entire Roaring Fork Valley, from
Aspen to Glenwood Springs, since 1901
Community events will be reminiscent of days gone by, with an added modern flare
The exciting new Willits Center provides
all the conveniences of shopping, dining, entertainment, culture, and community, within a beautiful contemporary setting
Entrepreneurship flourishes in this
creative environment and the town
thrives on its innovation
Basalt offers the best of Colorado mountain living... a welcoming place for all
The heart of Colorado is in its
ranches and open space. There is a sense of exploration and determination that has extended throughout Colorado's history and
landed in the Eagle Valley.
Much of Eagle Valley is
White River National Forest, protected by the Bureau of Land Management, making this special section of the county, an
oasis of natural wonders, with
wildlife being its most prevalent residents
Families cherish generations of tradition, which they share with new friends and neighbors, creating a collection of
dynamic communities that reflect
the best of western values
Eagle Valley is filled with beautiful home developments, ranches, quaint shops, cozy restaurants, craft breweries, even a winery... creating a community where both
visitors and residents, feel like
they've arrived home
Eagle Valley offers a mosaic of culture and environment that exemplifies Colorado
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