Vail has 7 legendary ones.
Name of gondola in Lionshead.
Name of the newest gondola in Vail Village.
A really difficult ski run.
Out of area ski run that takes you to Minturn.
Scenic Hike with a destination of a beautiful 60-foot waterfall.
Mountain Range named after prolific hunter from the 1880's
Popular activity that takes place on Colorado River.
Legendary Street in Vail that leads to ski mountain.
Legendary Ski Army Division that trained at Camp Hale.
Vail’s _________________ is 8150.
Vail’s newest epic ski mountain terrain that opened on January 6, 2000.
Popular sport on Vail Mountain in the summer.
Resort in Vail Village with Ice Skating Rink, Bowling Alley & Movie theater.
Resort in Lionshead at the Base of the Eagle Bahn Gondola and home to the Alderhof Ice Rink.
Vail’s sister ski resort located 10 miles to the West of Vail.
This ski resort and 23 across offer a European Village to Village skiing experience.
The closet 14er to Vail, Mount of the
Iconic German Restaurant in Vail Village started by one of Vail’s Pioneers.
Alternative to skis
Sometimes called champagne powder or white gold.
Exclusive on-mountain restaurant accessed by Snow Cat
Beginner Hike on Vail Mountain; perfect for kids and families.
Chair lift with acrylic cover to take in the views and protect you from the elements.
Iconic, rowdy, apres ski bar located on Bridge Street.
It was legalized in Colorado in 2014.
The name of the largest indoor ice rink in Vail.
A summer activity that utilizes flies
what you wear on your feet to “walk” on the snow.
Winter World Cup Ski Event that take place in Beaver Creek in early December.
Awesome Back Bowl named after a ruthless Mongolian ruler.
To take a walk in the mountains in summer
Alta or Vail
They avail themselves of Vail.
Green space created by Betty Ford.
Surname of Vail Founder.
Name of bowling alley in Vail.
Vail ski pass.
Alternative to Alpine, in skiing.
Downhill skiing style.
A jump into the air in skateboarding or snowboarding.
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