Tag: snow


Snow is Falling in the Mountians! Fun things for 2017!

Happy New Year friends! As you may have heard the Vail Valley has been getting hit with snow storms! Vail has 55″ and Beaver Creek has 51″. 2017 is off to a great start! So get out there and go hit the slopes! Enjoy all the fresh new powder. But if skiings not for you there is still lots to do. Hit the town and go to some of the valley’s best shops and galleries. Claggett/Rey Gallery Michele’s Rugs Benedict A Hint of Asia  Odd Molly The Scarab Scarab Rugs The Squash Blossom Ruby Jane/ Valley Girl J. Cotter Gallery Raitman Art Galleries MDC Double Diamond Pepi Sports Karats Vail Vail Boot & Shoe Golden Bear Rocky Mtn. Silver & Beads Blitz Boutique Fantasia Furs Nina Mclemore Pinecones Ptarmigan Sports Vail International Gallery Home Outfitters A Secret Garden Piece Art Gallery Vail Village Arts The Shaggy Ram By Nature Gallery […]

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Get the Skinny’s for the New Year!!

Want the skinny on the skinny skis? They are cross country skis! Also known as nordic skiing or skate skiing; there are beautiful groomed tracks available in both Vail and Beaver Creek. It’s a good way to get some serious cardio in the winter and a great activity solo or with friends. Our local editor Heather and her husband Kirk made it out on this beautiful bluebird day to enjoy the fresh mountain air, and you can too! For more info on how you can get out on the skinny’s call : Vail Nordic Center at (970) 476-8366 Beaver Creek Nordic Center (970) 754-5313  


The Quiet of Winter

One of the quietest places in the Vail Valley is on the banks of the frozen Eagle River. The Eagle River is 77 miles long and filled with trout which brave the cold temperatures all year long! In addition, the Eagle is one of the few un-dammed rivers in the U.S. This scenic landscape is right here in our back yard!   Read more about the Vail Valley in our Magazine!


What a day to be on Vail!

February 1 – What a day to be on Vail! Thursday was a surprise to most people, as it was to me, since I decided to stay in and work. Oops! 10″ of new snow on top of what we already head. It was to many long-time locals, one of the best days…”EVER”. Some forget that only two winters ago we actually had the best winter ever. But powder days are for short-term memories. Either way, Thursday had knee high powder just waiting to be ridden everywhere and so I obliged. This is Northrim.