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Did you know that Vail is the largest single-mountain ski resort in the United States? Vail Ski Resort is located in Eagle County, next to the town of Vail. The resort is composed of three sections: the Front Side, the Back Bowls, and Blue Sky Basin. Vail is best known for its Back Bowls, which get blanketed with insane amounts of snow.  Enthusiasts travel to Vail to experience the thrill of powder skiing at its best. There are seven bowls at Vail and many acres of gladded terrain in Blue Sky Basin. Vail is also a fabulous place for families, with plenty of intermediate and beginner terrain to suit skiers and riders of all ability levels. In addition, Vail has four terrain parks and one super pipe. For individual and group discount lift tickets at Vail Ski Resort, look no further than GetSkiTickets.com!

Skier and Rider Resort Review for Vail (#2837)

  1. Overall Rating:4.84.84.84.8'4.8
    All Mountain terrain:55555
    Family friendly:55555
    Snow Quality:55555
    Terrain Park:44444
    Après Ski:55555

    Vail is Vail

    Pros : A huge amount of terrain to ski
    Cons : Tickets and Parking are EXPENSIVE

    Vail is a word class mountain to ski. The back bowls are awesome as long as it’s not a weekend. They get some of the best snow in Colorado when the storms come out of the north.

    review by SkiColorado on November 1, 2012
  2. Overall Rating:55555
    All Mountain terrain:55555
    Family friendly:55555
    Snow Quality:55555
    Terrain Park:55555
    Après Ski:55555

    Vail is huge!

    Pros : A lot of terrain
    Cons : cost, parking and a long walk to the base

    Vail has something for everyone. Great villages filled with shops and restaurants. Always something going on in Vail. I have been going to Vail for a long time because I get a pass and I only go on really great snow days. I think the expense and the parking are the biggest turn offs.

    review by Heather on November 6, 2012

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