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Vail Trail Maps

Coveted as one of the largest ski resorts in the world with more than 5,200 acres of skiable terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls spanning seven miles, and the most groomed terrain on the planet, Vail has been an extraordinary winter vacation destination for passionate skiers and snowboarders for more than 50 years.

 

The Front Side of Vail is home to the most groomed terrain on the planet. Wide, long runs such as Riva Ridge, Born Free, Simba, Lodgepole, and Bear Tree are popular. Check the daily grooming report for up-to-date info on the best places to ski groomed terrain. The Front Side is also home to Kid's Adventure Zones, three Terrain Parks including Golden Peak Terrain Park, home of the 22 foot superpipe and site of the Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships, Game Creek Bowl, The EpicMix race course, and mountain dining restaurants at Eagles Nest (including Bistro Fourteen), Mid-Vail, the 10th, Wildwood, Buffalo's, Two Elk and Larkspur at the base of Golden Peak.

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The Legendary Back Bowls offer wide open skiing and amazing views. Start by exploring Sun Up and Sun Down Bowls, and work your way back to China and Teacup Bowls. China Bowl offers the only groomed blue runs in the Back Bowls [easily accessed via the Sourdough Express Lift (#14) on the Front Side]. If you are feeling adventurous, make your way all the way out to Siberia Bowl and the surface T-Bar style Mongolia Lift (#22) to access the far reaches of Inner and Outer Mongolia Bowls!

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Not enough terrain for you yet? Follow signage from Patrol Headquarters back to the three high-speed quad lifts of Blue Sky Basin. Ski the steep and snow filled sections under Skyline Express Lift (#37), or explore the runs on Pete's and Earl's Express Lifts (#39 and #38), named after Vail's founders Pete Seibert and Earl Eaton. With so many options, it's no wonder that so many people choose a Vail season pass. All this mountain simply can't be conquered in one visit!

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Vail Summer Trail Map As the host of two previous Mountain Bike World Championships, Vail’s trails suit the amateur and the seasoned professional. Families can ride the gondola, explore the forests and enjoy a mountaintop barbeque. Downhill junkies can ride uphill then seek out the most technical terrain for going down. Equipment is available for rental or purchase at local shops. 
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