Located a few miles east of Vail Village along the free bus route, East Vail is an adventurer’s dream. Out of all the neighborhoods of Vail, East Vail is the most secluded. Here you able to appreciate the beautiful mountain scenery outside your door.
Slip into nature’s serene embrace with a stay in the East Vail neighborhood. Nestled beneath the breathtaking East Vail Chutes, this area is the most remote of all the Vail neighborhoods. Mountainous Gore Range views, towering trees and the Gore Creek punctuate the landscape, which is awash with natural beauty and adventure as far as the eye can see.
Where to Stay
East Vail is a family-friendly community with homey lodging options to suit your need for space and peace. From condos to townhomes to private residences, this area offers more of a neighborhood feel far from the hurried pace of anything. In the center of it all, the Vail Racquet Club serves up complimentary fitness, pool and tennis facilities.
Where to Eat
The East Vail area may not be full of restaurants like Lionshead and Vail Village, but there are still a handful of delectable options to choose from. For a quick cup of coffee or bite to eat, pop into the Après Cafe. If you are feeling more adventurous, visit the nearby Sim’s Market for picnic supplies. It’s a quick trip on the free town shuttle to Vail Village.
Things To Do
Cross-country skiing at the Vail Nordic Center and ice-climbing are right at your fingertips in East Vail in winter, while warmer seasons are graced with sublime alpine lakes and the savory scents of pine. You’ll find plenty of beautiful hikes such as Bighorn Creek, Gore Creek, Deluge Lake, and Two Elk. Or, picnic beneath a starry sky in Bighorn Park.