Eagle-Vail is located within a short distance of the world-class resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek. Due to the rich culture that exists in the Eagle County, Eagle-Vail residents have the opportunity to enjoy a number of festivals, celebrations, rodeos, special events and concerts througout the year. Avon's 4th of July event is heralded as one of the largest firework displays in the state, Beaver Creek hosts World Cup racing, Minturn has the famous Summer Market, Vail hosts special events throughout the year and Eagle draws thousands to the county's Fair and PRCA Rodeo.
Vail Mountain Information
Elevations Base Elevation: 8,120 ft./2,476 m ; Peak Elevation: 11,570 ft./3,527 m; Vertical Rise: 3,450 ft./1,052 m
Snow: Snowmaking: 390 acres/158 hec Average Annual Snowfall: 348 inches/881 cm
Monthly Snowfall Averages (measured at the top of the mountain and based upon historical totals) : November: 58 inches December: 59 inches January: 64 inches February: 57 inches March: 63 inches April: 40 inches
Acreage : Total Skiable Area: 5,289 acres; Front Side: 1,627 acres; Back Bowls: 3,017 acres; Blue Sky Basin: 645 acres