Take a tour through some Take a tour through the best homes on the market for $2.5 million. This week we check out homes in Vail, Crested Butte, Telluride, Incline Village and Ketchum. Vote now for your favorite!
Whether you’re a complete camping newbie or open to a departure from your regular mummy bag and freeze-dried dinner programming, Curbed Ski has put together a list of five places for you to glamp in ski country this summer.
Nobody does weddings quite ski towns, from mountain-top ceremonies to some of the prettiest photo backdrops around. In honor of all things white, we found the 10 most stunning, high alpine wedding venues to say I do.
The newest ski town hostel in the works is The Bunkhouse in Minturn, Colorado. Located in between Vail and Beaver Creek, the 3,600 square-foot Bunkhouse will provide a 30-bunk community room and two semi-private rooms with four bunks each.
Penthouses might normally be the purview of high-end real estate in New York City, but this $15 million version in Vail is giving city lovers a run for their money. With 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, the 4,175-square-foot residence is all luxury.
Get ready, movie aficionados, because the Vail Valley is prepped to get a drive-in movie theater this summer. Blue Starlite Urban Drive-In has announced that the country’s highest drive-in is coming to Minturn, Colorado.
The latest fiscal results from Vail Resorts show that this year's record-breaking El Niño has been a boon to the industry's most important resort operator. And all that snow is prompting skiers to invest in next year's season pass too.
Vail is no slouch when it comes to pricey real estate, boasting some of the most expensive ski properties in North America. That's why this brand new custom build in West Vail is downright reasonable with an asking price of $2,595,000.
The $10 million plan calls for a whitewater attraction, trails, and a river beach area that will offer new recreational opportunities for Vail Valley residents. An April 5 vote passed a sales tax to fund the project by nearly a two-to-one margin.
After receiving nearly two feet of snow in the past week and 25 feet this season, Vail Mountain has extended its ski season. "Our snow conditions have just continued to get better and better,"said Chris Jarnot, COO of Vail Mountain.