Two years after seeing a historic low, Vail Valley businesses are celebrating a good snow year.
Vail Valley is looking for thousands of people to help bring the 2015 World Championships to life.
The Vail Valley chapter of the Salvation Army has spent years helping feed people in the area. This year, the group will help some people grow their own food.
As ski areas in the mountains look to cash in on summer time tourism, the industries that support that are growing now as well.
From the latest and greatest in gear and training to out-of-the-way spots that are sure to impress even seasoned veterans, ice climbing is a growing sport in the Centennial State.
Known for its high mountain beauty and warm embrace of all things culinary delights, the growing mountain village welcomes the much awaited Taste of Vail for the 22nd year.
The public has access to 11 kilometers of the Cordillera Nordic Center at this private area west of Vail. Also, ice skating and sledding are available. Guests can stay for the weekend at the Lodge at Cordillera. Also, Bearcat Stables offers sleigh rides and dinner packages at the Timber Hearth restaurant at Cordillera.