Vail, Colorado is one of the most iconic mountain towns in the country. Five Star Colorado wants to share with you why Vail is the perfect place for a winter vacation! Below are our top reasons why you should make Vail your next ski destination.
Vail Ski Resort is nothing short of amazing. With over 5000 skiable acres and 200 trails, all accessible by 31 lifts, there are trails and terrain for everyone. From wide-open runs to steeps and moguls, spend your ski day on the front-side, venture to Blue Sky Basin or go big in the Back Bowls.
Vail sits slightly lower in elevation than other ski resorts in Colorado. That being said, the resort gets plentiful snow but offers more mild daily temperatures. The average high temperatures in the December and January are in the 20s while in March and April it rises to an average in the 40’s. Due to the dry air, constant sunshine and elevation, 40 degrees in Vail can feel like 50 degrees elsewhere. Just like any other destination in Colorado, Vail boasts, 300 days of sunshine a year.
Vail, CO truly has something to offer to everyone. From a relaxing snowshoe hike in the pines to an invigorating dogsled tour, you pick your next adventure. The shopping, dining, live music, CineBistro dine in movie theater, sledding, ice skating are just a few of our favorite activities to keep everyone in your group active for the duration of your stay.
Home to over 100 restaurants, Vail is a culinary hot spot. Casual comfort food, specialty foods and fine dining are all easily accessible. Below are our must-haves to dining in Vail.
Casual and Affordable: Moe’s Original BBQ
Classic BBQ in the heart of Vail Village. Vail’s small contingency of Texans have put their stamp of approval on this barbecue spot in Lionshead, even if the meats are dressed up in a tangy, Carolina-style sauce. The affordable menu and filling portions make this an après ski must.
Family Friendly: The Little Diner
The Little Diner is Vail Colorado’s only full-service diner serving Breakfast All Day and Lunch after 11:30AM daily during the Winter and Summer seasons.
Serving breakfast classics and regional specialties, they make everything from scratch with family recipes right before your eyes. Everything is prepared to order utilizing locally sourced ingredients available in our fully open kitchen.
Fine Dining: Flame
Vail’s premiere steakhouse Flame is located within the Four Seasons Resort. In addition to serving traditional steakhouse fare, such as dry-aged wyagu rib eye, they offer modern twists on classics, such as elk corndogs and roasted kimchi Brussel sprouts. Their menu focuses on farm-to-table cuisine and emphasizes seasonality and sustainability. Be sure to try one of their expertly crafted cocktails made with Flame’s exclusive bourbon, but save room for their epic maple bacon doughnut.
Vail, Colorado is sure to be an incredible experience on and off the mountain. Allow Five Star Colorado to create a memorable winter or summer vacation in the heart of the Colorado High Country.