Take A Snow Trip To Vail
A Vail timeshare is one of the most sought after commodities during the winter months in Colorado. This ski resort town is literally busting at the seams with people wanting to hit the slopes for a day of fun in the snow. If you are a snow bunny and think the perfect winter vacation includes snow, mountainsides and an adrenalin rush, then you should consider investing in a Vail timeshare before they get filled up. Trust us when we say that a Vail timeshare is a hot ticket to the slopes.
The mountain in Vail, Colorado has three very distinct areas for skiing. Each area is identifiable by it own unique features and they all offer skiers and winter vacationers something to enjoy. There are three terrain parks on the mountain side as well as seven bowls and 5,289 acres of free ride terrain. With an area over seven miles wide dedicated to skiing and other winter sports, you will never find the mountain crowded, even on its busiest day. Let's take a look at all you can do on the mountain from your Vail timeshare.
There are three terrain parks on the mountain side and they offer features that range from bunny slopes to challenges only the most advanced skier will tackle. The Aviator is located under the Eagle Bahn Gondola on the Bwana run and it is a learning park that caters to beginners. It has small to medium features with two small step down jumps that are great for practicing spins. The Fly Zone is located under the Riva Bahn in Golden Peak and it is designed for experienced skiers. It includes a 450' Superpipe as well as 30, 40 and 50 foot step down jumps. The Flight School is located next to the Fly Zone. This area is good for medium level skiers with small to medium jumps and a 13' mini pipe.
Your Vail timeshare will give you access to the Vail Mountaintop Activity Center and you can enjoy tubing down the mountainside. The beauty of riding a tube down: you can take a lift back to the top of the mountain and do it all over again. There is also tubing available at Meadow Mountain, the original local ski hill. It, too, has a lift to return you to the top as well as a small concession stand serving hot soup and hot drinks.
This unique combination of skis and bikes are definitely designed for the intermediate, expert or advanced level skier. Nighttime guided downhill tours are available for a really neat experience.
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