There is no shortage of things to do in Vail. The only thing you are missing is someone to take you, which Avo Limo can offer. Whether you are a Colorado native, an annual visitor to the great state, or this is your first time; you do not want to miss what Vail has to offer.
1. Visit the Vail Nature Center
Of course, if you are headed to the mountains, you have to visit nature, and what better place to do that than at the Vail Nature Center? So, get your fill of nature with everything from hiking, birding and beaver pond tours, wildflower viewings, stargazing, and creekside nature tours.
2. Mountain Bike Vail
Whether you are a novice or advanced rider, Vail has the trail for you! And if you’re looking for all levels, why not check out the Vail Pass Bike Path. Oh, and if you’ve flown in and did not bring gear, you can rent everything from the bike to a helmet and map.
There is also the Village Trail on Vail Mountain, which is both the longest and most relaxed ride on the mountain. Due to its descent and wide gravel paths, it is excellent for beginners. It also offers up some stunning views!
3. Stroll Through Vail Village
If you are more into attractions, check out Vail Valley, where the small city’s heart beats. Pop into the local shops, explore, and take a break at one of the many delicious eateries in town.
4. Visit the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
Looking for more, but your budget is not quite big enough? Betty Ford Alpine Gardens is open to the public. They ask for a $5 donation, but it is well worth seeing the beautiful alpine botanic collections.
5. Go on a Scavenger Hunt in Vail
Remember going on scavenger hunts as a kid? Now you can do it with the entire family! Adventure the local area, learn more about Vail, and make sure you bring the dog because they are allowed!
6. Take a Segway Tour
Segways are not just for the big city. The best Segway tour around, you get12 miles of beauty, a history of Vail, a chance to get in on all the local secrets, and more!
7. Drink a Cold One at Vail Brewing Company
What is a trip to Colorado without experiencing our local craft? Using our mountain-fed water, they truly have some delicious brews. From “big hoppy” beers, to cast-conditioned ales, and even traditional ales, you are bound to find something to suit your taste.
8. Explore the Colorado Snowsports Museum and Hall of Fame
Colorado is known for its winter sports, so why would we not have a snow sports museum? Learn all there is to know about the history of skiing and snowboarding in our great state! You will leave with newfound knowledge and a love of winter sports.
9. Visit Sage Outdoor Adventures
Are you looking for a bit more adventure in your trip? Sage Outdoor Adventures has just about everything. You will not get bored! There is so much to do from whitewater rafting, ATV, fly fishing, horseback riding, snowmobiling to shooting.
10. Take A Scenic Gondola Ride
As your trip starts to wind down and you are getting ready to head back, why go for a relaxing end to your trip. Take a scenic gondola ride over Vail and see how stunning the little mountain town is from up above.
So, there you have it! Our 10 must-dos in Vail, CO. And if you need a pickup from Denver, there is also no better way to get there than with private luxury travel through Avo Limo.