What to Do and See in Vail
Here are some of the fun-filled activities on offer. For additional information on pricing or to make arrangements, please contact the organizations directly. The Four Seasons concierge desk will also be available to assist you during your stay.
The Four Seasons Spa
The Forbes Five-Star Spa offers guests the opportunity to relax, renew, and restore their well-being.
Hiking or Snowshoeing
Hike with your friends and colleagues on one of the local 193 trails, or snowshoe if the weather permits. Meadow Mountain, June Creek, and Berry Creek are all great options, as is the iconic Hanging Lake Hike about 5 miles west. Paragon Guides offers guided hikes and snowshoe tours with advanced notice.
Fly-Fishing with Gore Creek Fly Fisherman
Gore Creek Fly Fishermen offer wade and float trips on the Eagle, Colorado, or Roaring Fork Rivers, with breathtaking views, strong wild trout, and expert instruction. Guides will tailor your trip to meet your ability and skill levels. For novices, Gore Creek also offers a free casting clinic every day at 10:30 a.m.
Explore Vail with Pro Segway, which offers 90-minute tours.
Triple G Outfitters provides beginner and advanced 1.5-hour trail rides that start out low on the ranch and then head off through hay and alfalfa fields and along Muddy Creek, before making their way to the top of the scenic mesa for a spectacular view of the Sawatch Range.
Enjoy bowling and world-class dining at Bōl.
Cinébistro in Vail Village offers movies daily, or visit the movie theaters in Edwards and Eagle.
Drive to the historic mining town of Leadville to visit the mining museum, or through the beautiful Glenwood Canyon to Glenwood Springs and Aspen.
Visit the 10th Mountain Whiskey Tasting Room on Bridge Street.
Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
Although the flowers will not be in bloom at the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, you can stroll through the grounds and enjoy the indoor education center.
Jeep and ATV Tours
Try climbing the hills in a rugged four-wheel–drive Jeep or ATV with your very own tour guide. Explore old mining towns and high altitude wagon roads at the very heart of the Colorado Rockies that are inaccessible to most vehicles. Most local raft companies, such as Nova Guides, offer Jeep and Hummer tours as well.
Join Zip Adventures for a soaring zipline adventure experience in the mountains, above the trees, and across the streams of beautiful Colorado River.