Your are here: Home > Activities
Feature Stories
Activities Stories
Author | Activities , Activities , Blog | July 2, 2018

Nearly 66 million athletes pedaled their way to fitness in 2017. The numbers are increasing, which is why it’s so important to know the rules of the road. Yes, road bikes have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists in Colorado. Road bike riding provides a great workout—and can cause great consternation between cyclists and […]

Read More
Author | Activities , Activities , Blog |

Yoga is often practiced in a studio, but during the summer months, the Vail Valley’s beautiful mountain atmosphere entices locals and visitors to bring their mats outside under the bright Colorado blue sky. Karen Anderson, yoga studio director and teacher for the Vail Vitality Center, says yoga is a practice to bring us back to […]

Read More
Jessica Gilbert | Activities , Music , Summer | June 14, 2018

Hello! Summer is officially in high (or is it hot?!) gear, and we here at Vail Bluegrass are so excited to kick off our 5th annual series in two short weeks. Below is a quick snapshot of what to expect across the four weeks. The free Wednesday night, Lionshead Village-based series kicks off June 27 […]

Read More
Jessica Gilbert | Activities | June 2, 2018

Fine-dining restaurant will play host and curator for collective dinner   Vail, Colo. (May 2018) – As a part of the GoPro Mountain Games, Larkspur Events & Dining will host the Whole30 Dinner Experience; a collaboration between Whole30 Co-Founder and CEO, Melissa Hartwig and the Larkspur team, next month on Thursday, June 7. The culinary event commences at 6p.m. It will feature a mocktail […]

Read More
Kimberly Nicoletti | Activities | December 10, 2017

Usually, bowling alleys echo with lofted balls and crashing pins. But at bol, classy purple hues illuminate icy-looking limestones walls in the sleek, white dining room which transforms into a high-energy dance floor on Friday and Saturday nights. A 60-foot-long bar snakes its way along several big-screen televisions, airing big games and huge air captured […]

Read More
Katie Coakley | Activities |

It’s a commonly held opinion that bigger is better; in the case of biking in the winter, it’s undeniable. Fat bikes — off-road bicycles with oversized tires that allow you ride on soft, unstable terrain like snow — have moved past the “what is that?” stage and are here to stay. From dedicated cyclists who […]

Read More
Brenda Himelfarb | Activities |

Nestled between Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch lies a piece of paradise known as McCoy Park. Its views of the Gore Range, Castle Peak, the Flat Tops Wilderness area and the north face of the New York Mountain in the Sawatch Range are breathtaking. The area is a wondrous playground for snowshoers and Nordic skiers […]

Read More
Brenda Himelfarb | Activities | July 6, 2017

Used to be that kids spent almost every waking moment outdoors. From the time they played hopscotch on the sidewalk to playing baseball or, perhaps, building a fort, kids were outside getting dirty, getting scraped up – but having good old messy fun and loving every minute of it. Ahh, those were the days. These […]

Read More
Brenda Himelfarb | Activities |

When it comes to the coolest kids’ race on the planet, the Kids Adventure Games can’t be beat. It’s a time when kids put down their phones, tablets and X-boxes to take part in an epic, adventure packed, fun-filled weekend for an experience of a lifetime. The games push kids further to do more than […]

Read More
Katie Coakley | Activities , Summer |

Hear that? It’s the sweet sound of the skate park. Not just for skateboarders (bikers and scooters utilize it, too), skate parks are the alternate heart of a community. Riders of all ages congregate here to learn, hone their craft or simply hang out with friends and spectate. In the Vail Valley, there are now […]

Read More