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The second-largest ski resort in the U.S. needs no introduction. Vail dishes out over 5,000 skiable acres, seven wide-open Back Bowls, scenic vistas throughout, and diverse groomed terrain for every level of skiing. The village with its alpine-inspired architecture and famous culinary scene will satisfy your whole crew.
Vail has two amazing base villages filled with all the amenities you need. With 300+ days of sunshine and 300+ inches of snow each year, there's a lot to love about Vail. Come check out what the hype is about!
Experience the beauty of Vail, Colorado with Moving Mountains. Our luxury vacation rental homes are perfect for your upcoming trip. Enjoy amenities like private hot tubs, heated pools, ski shuttles, elevators, central locations, and much more. Browse our residences in Vail below and please contact us with any questions.
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Why We Love Vail
Why We Love Vail
7 Legendary Bowls
Vail Mountain’s Back Bowls have a legendary status. These seven alpine basins are a powder-filled playground that span six miles and 3,000+ acres -- comprising more than half of Vail's total ski terrain.
These powder fields are a paradise for strong skiers seeking ungroomed terrain, but that’s not all the Back Bowls are about. Adventurous intermediate skiers can also enjoy this renowned, see-forever terrain with several often-groomed trails and all runs lead back to the lifts.
Read our blog post "Why Ski Vail's Legendary Back Bowls."
2 Epic Base Villages
Three lively base villages define the off-mountain experience at Vail. While on-mountain experiences are certainly "Like Nothing on Earth," the base villages' amenities, shopping, dining, and activities round out the overall experience.
In Vail Village, snap a photo on the famed covered bridge or with the 10th Mountain Division statue. Enjoy everything from alpine eats to pizza and Mexican in the charming Tyrolian-inspired village. In Lionshead, you'll find ice skating, shopping, and more dining, including some of Vail's icon apre-ski bars: Garfinkle's and Bart & Yeti's.
Vail and the views of the stunning Gore Range are spectacular no matter what time of year you choose to come. You can golf from May through October on 10 local courses within the Vail Valley. Hiking is sensational, particularly when the wildflowers are in bloom, June through August, or when the aspen groves are awash in a yellow glow, late September through mid-October. The fly fishing in the Vail Valley, along Gore Creek and the Colorado River, is exceptional year-round. And if you love winter sports, such as Nordic skiing or snowmobiling, Vail is a veritable heaven. These are just a few of the four-season adventures that await in Vail, Colorado.
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The Moving Mountains Guest Services Team works with each and every guest to curate a memorable stay at our Vail properties. We are local experts who live in these communities and assist guests by coordinating the details of their vacations – from securing lift tickets and private snowsports instructors, to personal chefs and massage therapists. We can arrange your transportation from the airport and have your home stocked with groceries.
Your dedicated Guest Services Specialist will reach out to you after you have made your lodging reservation to start the planning process. We want to have everything organized well in advance of your arrival so you can enjoy a stress-free vacation with all the logistics in order. To learn more about the activities and services we offer, log in to our Guest Services Portal where you will also find details about your reservation and your residence.