One of my very close college friends came to visit me this past weekend which allowed me to act like a tourist. We spent our evenings walking and dining in both Lionshead and Vail Village; we took the Gondola up for breathtaking views, enjoyed the Mardi Gras events, and was even able to get a little bit of rest.Since the weather’s been bright and sunny, we took advantage and rented some snowshoes. After getting some great tips we ascended onto the North Trail in West Vail, into unknown territory (for both of us), and felt as though the mountain was ours. It being both our first snowshoeing experience, we may not have trekked far and wide but we were thankful for the spectacular scenery and nature. I truly live in a beautiful place.
- More than Vail Vacation Rentals
The Antlers is excited to host an important event on May 23rd entitled Community Conversations. There have been three instances of similar community conversations over the past year. The first was at the Elevate Conference last September, when ...
- Outside Adventure Film School
The Antlers at Vail is proud to welcome the Outside Adventure Film School back to the Antlers for the 5th year in a row. The Adventure Film School, sponsored by Outside Magazine and presented by Serac Adventure Films, is an intensive one-week program...
- Another Antlers Legacy
Here's another of those little epiphany moments that make you look back and say, "Wow, where does the time go?" Carl Barela sent us this picture of his son Stephen pitching for the Eagle Valley Devils recently against the Moffat County Bulldogs. No...