There is still some snow up on the top of Vail mountain, but bring your rock skis. Since the gondola isn’t running until June 13th, you have to bike or hike up this time of year. I decided to bike up. We are all pretty slow this time of the year on our bikes. The legs are a little out of shape. It takes people around an hour to bike up to Eagle’s nest (I’m tired). But I even saw a deer on the way down. Chris R.
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