Many Antlers guests have asked about “mountain roller coasters”. Vail doesn’t have one at the moment, but we are working on it. But if you are in the Vail Valley for a week or so, many guests will visit Glenwood Springs Caverns and fun park which has a cave tour, bungey jumping, a mountain roller coaster, food, games, and more. Here is a quick clip of Darci and Amy from the front desk riding the roller coaster this past spring.
One of the best kept secrets (although no one is trying to keep it a secret) is to do some grilling up at Blue Sky Basin for lunch. They have a couple of grills for everyone to use, free of charge I might add. Load up a back-back with some brews, your choice of meat, buns and chips and you have yourself a fantastic lunch at 11,000+ feet. It was a warm one today. The snow is melting fast. Closing day for Vail mountain is coming up this Sunday. Chris R.
Here is Mark Ulmschneider and “CJ” from the Antlers at Vail
Mark having a beer on vacation
Tom, Elaina, Mark, Fausto, Cristina, Chris and CJ
Antlers at Vail guests Fausto and Cristina visiting from Italy