Things To Do In Vail

Round out your weekend in Vail with a myriad of mountain activities. Whether your idea of adventure is mountain biking or patio dining, we’ve got adventures for you waiting in Vail. 

Outdoor Adventures

Road or Mountain Biking

On or off mountain, Vail has unbeatable biking trails and paths. Check out the Top Bike Rides In Vail. 

For a more leisurely outdoor excursion, ride the Gondola to the top of the mountain. The views are unbeatable! 


You might be missing out if you don’t plan a mountainside stroll during your visit. From the Betty Ford Gardens to a heart-pumping hike, there’s a path for you in Vail. 


Check out the Vail Golf Club in East Vail, or Mini Golf in Lionshead for a golf experience at 8,200ft. 

Dining & Drinking

Vail Breweries

Check out the mountain breweries that help make the Vail Craft Beer Classic possible! 

Vail Brewing Co

7 Hermits Brewing

Bonfire Brewing Co

Best Patios In Vail

You don’t have to take a hike to drink in beautiful views in Vail. Check out our favorite patios in Vail for mountain views with a cold beverage in hand. 

Best Beer Lists

Check out more local brews at our restaurants with the best beer lists! 

Mountain Standard


View All Vail Restaurants

Restaurants with Live Music

The Patios in Vail are often filled with music from local musicians. These restaurants regularly have live music!

Explore Vail Villages

Outdoor Amphitheater

Bravo! Vail is hosting performances the weekend of the Classic! Check out their schedule for performances all summer long. 

Shopping in Vail

Vail’s vibrant shopping experiences host everything from outdoor apparel, to high end art, to fine jewelry. View Vail Shopping.  

Bring New Beers Home

The Classic has partnered with West Vail Liquors so you can shop your favorite breweries at the Classic! Visit their store or order online directly from the festival. Any order over $75 can be delivered to you in Vail Valley. 

Betty Ford Alpine Gardens

The Betty Ford Alpine Gardens are the highest botanical gardens in the world! It’s open daily with guided tours or open for a stroll on your own time. 

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