Over, But Never to be Forgotten
With over 200,000 spectators during the two weeks of the 2015 World Championships, which included 70 hours of live coverage over the course of 17 days, and live broadcasts in 27 countries — after years of planning — the great event came to an end bringing "kudos" from everyone who attended to all of those who made the event possible!More
Quite a Week
Can you say "incredible?" Well, that's been the week since the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships began in Beaver Creek with fans filling Red Tail Finish Stadium hours before competition begins on the Birds of Prey racecourse. And, Saturday, Travis Ganong from the United States won the silver in the Men's Downhill competition. Lindsay Vonn placed third in the Women's Super G on Thursday. And Sunday, the Men's Alpine Combined Downhill competition on Birds of Prey took place, with Ted Ligety taking the bronze.More
6 Days and Counting
With the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships just a week away the place is buzzing with excitement. Hundreds of volunteers are set to go and retailers and restaurants are getting ready for the crowds. Most races will take place on Beaver Creek Mountain with other competitions at Golden Peak on Vail Mountain. There will be all types of entertainment at the "Beav" each afternoon and free concerts — beginning with Michael Franti & Spearhead on February 3 - at Championships / Celebration Plaza (Solaris) in Vail at night — and CeeLo Green wrapping it up on February 15.More
Events, Events, Events
It just keeps on snowing — and that's all good with us. With the 2015 World Championships just a few weeks away, we'll take as much snow as we can get! In fact, we're expecting more snow every few days — for the next ten days!More
THE FUN NEVER ENDS
The holiday season might be over, but town is still filled with die-hard skiers who just can't seem to bring themselves to leave the incredible snow that covers Vail and Beaver Creek Mountains!! And, with the World Championships just about a month away, conditions couldn't be more perfect!More
Happy New Year!
This year's skiing conditions — just in time for the holidays — could not have been more perfect!!! Okay, it is a bit on the chilly side, but the powder hounds could care less!! And — just in time for New Years — the sun is out, showcasing the Colorado blue skies that are to die for!