Vail Village is a charming, all-walking village at the base of Vail Mountain that draws visitors year-round from all over the world. The pedestrian friendly lay-out is ideal for for those who enjoy the convenience of being steps from world-class skiing, as well as a cup of coffee, enviably shopping, and fine dining. This neighborhood feel creates wonderful real estate opportunities within a bustling town that retains quiet and privacy.
The Village includes many incredible restaurants options, ranging from casual to gourmet, luxury and family friendly lodging, movie theaters and eclectic shopping for all tastes, as well as a bowling alley and ice skating rink. The heated cobblestone streets of Vail Village make it easy for residents to explore all that Vail Village has to offer, and if your feet get tired, the free in-town bus system can help you get where you want to go. In winter, skiers and snowboarders ride Gondola One, with its heated, cushioned seats and Wi-Fi, to quickly, and comfortably, access Vail Ski Resort’s world-class terrain.
In summer, events like the Bravo! Vail music festival, the Vail International Dance Festival, and the free Hot Summer Nights concert series are a stone’s throw away at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, which adjoins the magnificent Betty Ford Alpine Gardens.
The Sunday Farmer’s Market fills the streets of Vail Village with fresh produce, baked goods, artwork, jewelry and more. Experience summer once and you will quickly understand. Locals often say, “Summer is why we live here.”
From Vail Village, you can hike, bike or snowshoe up Vail Mountain or pick up the paved bike path, and head east past the Vail Golf Course up to Vail Pass – or west through Lionshead and West Vail, to Eagle and parts beyond…just step out your door and take off.
Vail Village offers you the complete year-round lifestyle: outdoor sports, culture, dining, shopping, and nightlife without the hustle and bustle and crowds of a big city.
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