There's no doubt about it spring has definitely hit Eagle County. And yet, we did see some snow. Beaver Creek Mountain received 5 inches last week; Vail Mountain 3 inches. So, it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. Another month of skiing is yours for the taking, even though Gypsum Creek Golf Course has all of its 18 holes open. You can ski AND golf!
The Vilar Performing Arts Center is still going strong . . .More
Eagle County's weather continues to be a prelude to a summer although we hear that some snow is in the forecast further down the road.
And with the warmer weather here, Colorado Alpines Wildflower Farm, the popular plant nursery in Edwards, has some garden-care hints for locals and part-timers that like to putter. According to the nursery, March is the time to:More
The sun is out. The snow's still good. What more can you ask for if you're into spring skiing? That's what our little piece of paradise—the Vail Valley—is all about this week!
And if you want a different outdoor adventure — you might want to consider some other spring activities like a getaway to Tennessee Pass Cookhouse where . . .More
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