Vail Area


Adventure Ridge Play all day and well into the night at Adventure Ridge with ski bikes, kids snowmobile track, a slippery slope of rip-roaring tubing lanes and more.

Betty Ford Alpine Gardens Explore and enjoy a stunning mountain garden situated high in the Rocky Mountains. In the shadow of Colorado’s Gore Range, their assortment of perennial beds, rock gardens and waterfalls dramatically display an astonishing array of the world’s most unique and beautiful high elevation plants.

Bravo Colorado! The glorious sounds of orchestral and chamber music will once again fill the air of the majestic Rocky Mountains in the summer of 2007 and the Antlers will be hosting many of the musicians.  Each June the Choir kicks off a new season and repertoire in the beautiful surroundings of the outdoor Ford Amphitheater. This June concert is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the culmination of our Vail residency.  is a great web-site to help you plan your Colorado vacation.  Whether it is river rafting, downhill skiing, mountain biking, hiking, golf, concerts, art fairs or special events, they have fantastic Colorado information at their finger tips.

Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum For over 130 years , Colorado has been making skiing history. The state has contributed competitors, world class racers and team coaches. It has been home to some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. Located in Vail.

Eagle Airport  Located just 30 minutes fromVail and Beaver Creek Resorts, the Eagle Airport offers daily service for most major airlines including American Airlines, United, Delta/Northwest, Continental and others.  For more information and current flight schedules visit

Ford Amphitheater The Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail is a spectacular outdoor venue that seats 1,260 guests in covered seating and an additional 1,300 on its expansive grassy hillside with a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains. Incredible schedule during the summer season.

Glenwood Caverns Go underground in Glenwood Springs and explore stunning caverns and formations. Fly down the mountain on Colorado’s only alpine coaster. And you better hang on to your seat in Colorado’s only 4D Ride Theater. Fly through the air over scenic Glenwood Canyon, high above Glenwood Springs in their Giant Swing.  Just one hour west of Vail.

Gore Creek Flyfisherman, the Vail Valley’s oldest and most prominent fly fishing guide service for over 20 years. Whitewater Rafting is one of Colorado’s most popular summer activities…And for a good reason! When the snow starts melting in the high country, river enthusiasts come alive.

Leadville & Southern Railroad Originating in “the highest incorporated city in North America,” the Leadville Southern takes passengers along the old Denver, South Park & Pacific and Colorado & Southern lines to the Continental Divide. But, as the old adage states, “It’s not the destination, but the journey that’s important.” This journey is full of breath-taking panoramas across the Arkansas River Valley and humorous narratives about Leadville’s colorful past.  40 minutes south of Vail.

Medical, Dental and Legal Meetings Accredited PC and Internet training courses for Physicians, Dentists, and Attorneys are presented each week of the ski season at the Antlers. For more information contact American Educational Institute at 800-354-3507, email them at [email protected], or visit their web site at

Montauk Seafood Restaurant is one of our favorite restaurants in Vail. Just 150 yards from the Antlers. Best seafood in the mountains and a regular stop for many Antlers repeat guests.

National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is located in Leadville, CO about 40 minutes south of Vail.  It is a monument to the memory of the men and women who pioneered the discovery, development and processing of our nation’s natural resources. Mining’s colorful history is showcased throughout the facility.  Believe us when we say you can spend days in this place.

Nova Guides Jeep Tours are great way to enjoy the views of high alpine meadows, wild flowers, wild life and Colorado’s famous peaks.

Performance Sports the local’s choice for over 25 years. Located in Lionshead Village just across from the world-famous Bart and Yetis restaurant, Performance Sports is the only place to go if you’re serious about your snow-riding equipment.

Piney River Ranch Experience scenic horseback riding next to the Gore Range up at Piney Lake. Soak in the high mountain Aspen scenery with the help of their experienced Wranglers.

A great company to take you rafting, tubing, 4 wheeling, razoring, segwaying, snowmobiling… anything in the mountains you want to do besides ski/board? They’ve got it covered. Talk to the Antlers staff to have them help you reserve your trip!

Ski Valet / Bike Valet is owned and operated by longtime Vail local Tommy Neyens, with twenty years of experience skiing and riding in Vail. Specializes in ski and bike tune-ups and summer bike rentals.

Ski Butlers award winning Ski Rental Delivery service is the most convenient and hassle-free way to rent your ski rentals. Instead of traveling to a busy ski shop and waiting in line, use Ski Butlers and you will be fitted for your ski rentals in the comfort of your own living room.

Swedish Clog Cabin is our favorite retail store located here in Lionshead. Chris and Tessa Manning are the owners of this lovely store. Chris had worked for the Antlers for 10+ years!

The Colorado Directory of cabins, lodges, campgrounds, bed & breakfasts and fun things to do such as fishing, rafting, hunting & skiing. As well as, a detailed regional Colorado map section.

Vail Nordic Center offers snow-shoeing and cross-country skiing during the winter months and is located just east of the Town of Vail about 2 miles, on the Vail Golf course.  Rentals for snowshoes, cross country skis and skate skis are available.  For those of you with your own equipment, trail passes are $8 per day.

Vail Rock & Ice Guides has been teaching and guiding rock climbing in the Vail area for 10 years. They rock climb in the vicinity of Red Cliff, just a short 15 minute drive from Vail.  They utilize a variety of local rock climbing areas, dependent on the client’s ability levels and/or experience. All the necessary equipment is provided including a spirit of adventure.

Vail Ski Tech, conveniently located in Lionshead just steps away from the Eagle Bahn Gondola. A leader in quality, price and service for ski and bike equipment sales and rentals. They also do bike haul up to Vail Pass and Glenwood Canyon.

Vail Sports Need ski rentals and snowboard rentals? Vail Sports slopeside locations are steps away from every base chairlift and fully equipped to get you ready for any condition on the mountain.

Vail Symposium is a grassroots, nonprofit organization that has been part of the Vail Valley life for 39 years. It offers educational programs that are thought-provoking, diverse and affordable.

Vilar Center for the Arts is located in the heart of Colorado’s Beaver Creek Resort. This 530-seat theatre presents a variety of year-round performances, such as jazz, comedy, dance, film, musicals, theatre, family shows and more.

Zip Line Adventures There is only one place in Colorado where you can enjoy the pristine mountains, beautiful trees and raging rivers while zipping 30 miles and hours over a rugged canyon.

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