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One of Colorado's premier mountain destinations, Vail is consistently ranked and raved about as the epicenter of skiing and snowboarding in North America. Spanning more than seven miles with over 5,200 acres of multi-faceted terrain, there is no comparison.

Ski and board enthusiasts come from around the world to experience Vail's massive network of trails and high-speed lifts, Blue Sky Basin’s rugged terrain, and the famous Back Bowls. In the summertime, Vail offers miles of hiking and biking trails accessible from Vail or Lionshead Village or by riding the Gondola to the trailhead.

Feast at an award-winning restaurant. Indulge in incredible shops. Immerse yourself in the arts, music, and culture at one of Vail’s celebrated events. Then, enjoy the thrill of skiing, biking, hiking, golfing, and more.

Flying to Vail

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VAIL/EAGLE AIRPORT (EGE)
Eagle County's airport is located only 25 miles from Vail, typically 30 minutes with optimal road conditions. Most airlines fly 757 jets directly into the Vail/Eagle Airport. Search EGE as your destination airport code in the search browser.

Fly private or enjoy winter nonstop commercial air service from 11 major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Newark, Phoenix, Toronto, and Washington DC.

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DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DIA)
Denver International Airport (DEN) is located east of Denver and 120 miles from Vail via I-70. DEN is the region’s largest major airport and serves as a hub for United Airlines and Frontier Airlines. It is served by most major air carriers and several regional airlines.

United has multiple flights daily to Vail/Eagle Airport (EGE) to take you to the mountains. Alternatively, car rentals, shuttles, and private car services are available. Let our concierge make arrangements for you.