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In the Long Run

The town of Vail recently began to explore becoming a sustainable destination. Our fragile mountain eco system depends on active preservation efforts from all members of the community. Vail Spa and East West Destination Hospitality have established an Eco Care committee that takes great pride in active involvement and leadership in sustainable practices. As a member of the  Eco Care team I feel empowered by the opportunity to support the preservation of our high country heaven.   Through programs such as Actively Green and the Environmental Leadership Program, we seek to [...]

2017-07-13T02:44:39+00:00

Thank You Mother Nature

With another storm moving in and the current snowpack still looking good, it's time to get out there and get after it for one last frozen adventure. Here are some tips to capitalize on the gifts of snow and sunshine that mother nature has graciously provided us this spring: Be sure to get a good spring tune on your skis or snowboard before you head up the hill. This will greatly improve speed and mobility in the sticky spring conditions. Head over to Charter Sports  to get on the fast track to [...]

2016-04-13T12:40:12+00:00

Get your Hike on

  The Walking Mountain Science Center offers many free activities that continue through the beginning of September. Listed below are some of these free events. Events are also offered at their Avon location. Enjoy these last few weeks of Summer with some fresh air and beautiful views. Nature Hikes 7 Days a Week, 11am-12pm & 2-3pm.  Most ages and abilities, FREE. Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays, 7-8pm.  Most ages and abilities, FREE. Nature Discovery Center Top of Eagle Bahn Gondola. Vail, Co (970) 754.4675 Meadow Mountain Hikes Mondays & Fridays, 10am-12pm.  Ages [...]

2017-07-13T12:43:30+00:00

Travelling to Vail this summer? Check out the latest travel tips from NY Times, Colorado.com, and others!

David Pogue talks smart phone apps, flight search engines, best check-in practices, and lap-top friendly flights on his NYTimes.com blog, Pogue's Posts. See the lastest in travel technology here. Colorado.com, the official site of Colorado Tourism, has all the basic travel tips for coming to the High Rockies. Here are a couple of helpful ones for the summertime: Colorado is the highest-altitude state in the U.S. Drink more water than usual, moderate alcohol and tobacco intake, and, if possible, spend a night in the intermediate-elevation Front Range (Fort Collins, Boulder, Denver, or Colorado Springs) [...]

2011-08-06T19:16:56+00:00
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