Winter in Vail, Colorado is akin to heaven if you are a skier or snowboarder. With an average yearly snowfall of 350“, a total of 5,317 skiable acres, seven legendary back bowls, an expansive front side with the most groomed terrain on the planet and 300 days of sunshine how could it not be? And that’s just Vail Mountain.

There is so much more that the Vail Valley has to offer while the snow is flying. Here are a few ideas to inspire your next vacation in the great white wonderland that is Vail, Colorado!


Laugh your head off at our tubing lanes!

Winter Activities in the Vail area

Signature Winter Events

Revelry Vail | Late November
Birds of Prey World Cup | Early December – cancelled for 2020
Vail Snow Days | Mid December – cancelled for 2020
Vail Holidays | December
Vail Legacy Days | Mid February
Burton US Open | Late February/ Early March – cancelled for 2021
Vail Film Festival | Late March/ Early April
Pink Vail | End of March
Taste of Vail | Early April
Spring Back to Vail | April – cancelled for 2021
Powabunga | April, Vail closing weekend