04/02/2014
Book by May 1 for Rates Starting at $199 Per Night
Book by May 1 and save on summer lodging rates in Vail, Colorado. Rates begin at $199 per night to access all of the exciting summer activities in Vail including an unlimited calendar of events, world-class concerts and cultural performances, hiking, mountain biking and more.
 
If Vail’s first 50 years are any indication of what’s to come, the future is bright for visitors to the mountain community. With new, guided hiking and biking programs, hands-on culinary experiences and wellness initiatives, Vail sets the stage for some of the most exciting events and activities in high country this summer.
 
Offering a plethora of hiking trails to choose from on Vail Mountainand throughout the surrounding Gore and Sawatch mountain ranges, guests of Vail can explore on their own or use a service that offers private tours for individuals, couples, families and groups that are tailored to meet specific needs. Guided nature hikes and alpine walks are available for beginners, while guided expert outings can be arranged for those wanting to summit 13,000 and 14,000-foot peaks near Vail.
 
Vail also offers a great line-up of events all summer long. One of the most popular events is the Vail Farmers’ Market and Art Show, on Sundays beginning June 15 for 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. With more than 130 vendors, the Vail Farmers’ Market is the largest of its kind in Colorado providing local produce, one-of-a-kind art and delicious samples. Visit Vai.com for a complete line-up of summer events.
 
As Vail’s culinary scene continues to develop, Vail Valley local Matt Timmerman has launched Vail Valley Food Toursto connect visitors with the rich history and extensive offerings in Vail. Three hour walking tours are offered throughout the week and highlight the food, history and culture in Vail. Tours will connect people with some of the area’s top chefs and hear, firsthand, what’s inspired them to hone their skills in the mountain community. Stroll throughout Vail while indulging in internationally inspired cuisine. Restaurants featured include La Tour, La Bottega and Terra Bistro.
 
In addition to the variety of unique culinary experiences and outdoor adventures, Vail’s reputation as a wellness destination continues to grow. With world-class facilities such as the Vail Vitality Center, the Vail Valley Medical Center and the Steadman Clinic, there are a number of programs offered for guests wanting to reach their full potential. One new event that pulls together wellness and outdoor activities is the inaugural Women’s Golf and Wellness Weekend. Women will connect, learn, network and explore Vail’s picturesque surroundings while enjoying presentations and discussions with instructors, special guests and more. The Golf and Wellness weekend will be an opportunity for like-minded women to learn about the game of golf while experiencing all Vail has to offer. Passionate about living life to its fullest, founder of LINC Golf & Wellness, yoga instructor and LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Kathleen Heiney will lead yoga, fitness and wellness discussions. Joining Heiney, Vail Golf Club Director and PGA Member Alice Plain will teach participants not only how to play the game of golf better, but to truly understand the intricacies of the game. Costs will be announced in early 2014 and will include three nights lodging at the Antler’s at Vail, instruction, special outings and more. All skill levels for both yoga and golf are welcome to attend.
 
Book by May 1 to save on lodging to experience all of the excitement of Vail in the summertime. Rates begin at $199 per night and are based on a four night minimum stay. Some restrictions apply. To book early and save, please visit Vail.com.
 
There’s no place like Vail for year-round recreation, outdoor pursuits and cultural activities in the heart of the Rockies. Located just two hours west of Denver, Vail’s fresh air, rugged beauty and charming pedestrian village await guests. Discover a quaint mountain town where outdoor activities abound and the performing arts flourish. Matching the incredible winter mountain experience, Vail from May through October is characterized by a rich culinary scene, family activities, a world-class events schedule and everything in between. This summer guests can experience events like the new Vail Summer Bluegrass Series, GoPro Mountain Games, Vail Jazz Festival, the Vail International Festival of Dance, BRAVO! Vail, USA Pro Challenge, Gourmet on Gore culinary festival and much more. Vail offers a diverse range of lodging options from luxury brands to boutique hotels, condominiums and vacation rentals. For more information on a Vail vacation, please visit www.vail.com.
 

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