Vail's most alpine setting is East Vail. Century old pine, spruce and aspens emerge from the base of the Gore Range, where the valley narrows and winter stays a little longer, to form a small, close knit community. This popular local and second home market is just four miles from Vail but feels worlds away. With Gore Creek running through the community and towering mountain ledges above, East Vail residents enjoy the serenity of living in the mountains. The free Town of Vail bus system, which loops around East Vail, makes commuting to the Village a breeze. Best of all, property prices are moderate compared to Vail Village. East Vail has some of the best neighborhoods to live in with the ski slopes just miles away and snowshoe trails, hiking trails, and water falls minutes from your doorstep.
It's located at the first exit to Vail with a wonderful alpine mountain feel in the community offering a casual and relaxed environment.
Minutes away from Vail Mountain, one of the top ski mountains in the U.S., hiking trails with waterfalls, and fishing.
Minutes away from the scenic Vail Public Golf Course , a beautiful alpine course that is highlighted by views of the Gore Mountain Range and is located amidst the White River National Forest. Once the golf course is blanketed with snow, it serves as Vail's Nordic Center during the winter months offering groomed ski track and separate snowshoe trails.
Free bus service to Vail
The Vail Racquet Club Mountain Resort Health Club with 25 meter heated outdoor swimming pool.