IMPORTANT NOTE: For the 2020-2021 ski season, reservations are required to access Vail Mountain. Please purchase your pass or lift tickets and make your reservation prior to your arrival in town.
Gondola and Chairlift Hours: 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM (Hours extend over the course of the Season)
Closing Day: April 11, 2021
Vail Mountain rises 3,450 feet above Vail Village reaching an elevation of 11,570 feet above sea level and spanning seven miles of terrain. It is the largest single mountain ski resort in North America and home to the legendary “Back Bowls” which, in recent years have been blanketed with 38 feet of powder snow.
With seven legendary Back Bowls, only Vail can truly offer something for everyone. With 5,317 acres of skiable terrain, you’ll enjoy Vail’s exceptional grooming on smooth green and blue runs, or find some bumps to keep your heart moving. Hit the Back Bowls to lose yourself in wide open fields of snow, or if you make it all the way to Blue Sky Basin, the rest of the world will melt away in backcountry-style glades.
More than just a ski and snowboard haven, Vail Mountain has something for everyone year-round with activities during both summer and winter.
Vail Mountain Stats
Base Elevation: 8,120 ft / 2,475 m
Summit Elevation: 11,570 ft / 3,527 m
Skiable Area: 5,289 acres
Average Snowfall: 354 in / 899 cm
Total Trails: 195 (Beginner 35, Intermediate 57, Advanced 89, Expert 14)
2 Terrain Parks & Pipes, Super Pipe and Jib Park