There’s no better winter getaway than an escape to the European-inspired alpine village of Vail, Colorado. But, knowing where to travel on your ski trip to Vail isn’t easy.
So, we’ve done the hard work for you. With thousands of skiable acres to explore, these are the destinations you need to visit on your ski and snowboard trip to Vail.
Highly regarded as the crown jewel of ski resorts in Colorado, Vail Ski Resort offers 5,289 skiable acres featuring a variety of terrain, 31 lifts, and three terrain parks. The resort also features a European-inspired style in addition to dozens of boutiques, restaurants, and bars to explore off the slopes.
Located just a short drive from Vail, Beaver Creek boasts luxurious mountain scenery, tracks for all levels of skiers and snowboarders, and 2,000 acres of impeccably groomed runs. Beaver Creek is truly one of the best beginner spots on your ski trip to Vail as it offers specific ski areas and instruction for beginners. Off the mountain, the resort features a charming alpine village with a magical ice rink at its center.
With close proximity to both Vail and Denver, Copper Mountain is a popular destination among visitors to Colorado. The resort devotes nearly half of its skiable terrain to beginners, making it one of the top spots for novice skiers on your ski trip to Vail. When it’s time to hit the slopes, green ski runs are separate from the blue and black, so beginners truly have an area of their own.
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