Hiking in Vail This Summer
When the snow melts, a whole new world of activities opens up in Vail. This alpine wonderland features sunny, 80-degree days that create a haven for oudoor enthusiasts. So put down the phone, unplug your laptop, disconnect from the digital world, and get outside.
When you visit Vail Cascade during the summer, take a walk along the scenic, paved trail located behind the hotel, alongside Gore Creek. If you follow the trail east, it will take you to Vail and Lionshead Villages, the Vail Golf Course and even over Vail Pass to Summit County. Taken west, the pathleads to several parks with lively playgrounds and picnic facilities.
The best part about hiking in Vail...it's FREE! Immerse yourself in the magnificent, majestic terrain of the mountains around Vail, Colorado this summer. The Vail Valley boasts a bounty of trails just minutes from town. With acres and acres of wilderness, thrilling landscapes, meadows and wildflowers, it’s no wonder so many people make the trek to the Vail Valley during the summer months. If you're looking for inspiration and the calmness and serenity of some spectacular back country, miles and miles of untouched beauty, or just plain old-fashioned exercise, hiking around Vail provides the most exciting opportunity to bond with nature. Go here for a list of some of Vail's best trails.