Vail CO Trail Map
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Vail Trail Map
Vail with 5,289 acres, is the third-largest single mountain ski resort in the United States. With three sections: The Front-Side, Blue Sky Basin, and the Back Bowls, Vail has all types of terrain and options for everyone. Vail Front Side is the largest of the 3 sections. This Trail Map that will make you long to be on the slopes.
Not only is it the largest of the 3 sections of Vail, it is bigger than 90% of the other ski mountains in North America. It offers more than 128 individual trails and everything from smooth, gentle beginner slopes to groomed cruisers to moguls, glades, and terrain parks. Vail Back Bowls stretches more than six miles with 2,966 acres and is the powder paradise of Vail. The Back-Bowls section is perfect for strong intermediate up to the best of expert skiers. Long runs and unique and perfectly formed bowls with great views.
Blue Sky Basin the smallest section of Vail but offers 645 acres of natural, gladed terrain. Except for some grooming around the tree lines, the section is virtually untouched. A great adventure for the experienced intermediate or advanced skier or snowboarder.
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