How to Help Your Favorite Vail Valley Restaurants from the comfort of your home.

It was heartbreaking to many of us when the restaurants in the Vail Valley closed their doors to diners. It was heartbreaking, but a necessary step to help flatten the curve of the COVID-19 coronavirus that is sweeping over our world. The Valley’s dining experiences are part of the reason so many people visit this town, and why so many locals love living here. The closures are already having a negative economic effect but there are some great ways you can help today!

Order Take-Out

Ordering take-out is probably the easiest way to support your favorite restaurants – many of which are offering this service for the first time ever. Hovey and Harrison has just started offering a small selection of pre-made meals, essentials and alcohol in attempt to offer a small ease during this difficult time. From Turkey Pot Pies to a selection of their delicious cookies, it is an easy way to support them over the next few weeks.

Buy a Gift Card

When you purchase a gift card it helps your favorite restaurants immediately and when this is over and we can enjoy dining out again you have a planned night out on the town! Mountain Standard, one of our favorites in the Village, offers easy gift card purchases on their site.

Donate to a Staff Fund

Many restaurants around the country have started GoFundMe pages for their workers as they have been forced to let them go since the shutdown. We love Northside Kitchen and its sister restaurants, Pavalici’s Pizza and Benderz Burgers, and since the closure has temporarily laid off 104 of its workers they have set up a GoFundMe page where you can help support them with their housing costs.

Now more than ever it is important we support each other and our community. Although we may not be able to see the faces of the people we help, there is sure to be a smile at the other end of one of these purchases or gifts. We will not only survive through this but we will thrive together as a Valley again very soon!


Dear  Friends, Family, Clients and Colleagues,

In the midst of this global pandemic, we want to send all of you our love and our prayers and our support. The initial impact of the COVID-19 virus has been far reaching and devastating to our families, our community and our industry. No doubt, many challenges lie ahead for all of us, but we are convinced that this too will pass. When we started Gateway in 1993, our goal was to provide a haven where like minded professionals of integrity and expertise would thrive. In this nurturing environment, we sought to serve our clients with an undeniable spirit of excellence. In these past 27 years, this goal has never changed. Now more than ever, our passionate team at Gateway is focused and committed to these same ideals.

For our clients, please know that our commitment to staying connected is unwavering. Communication is more important now than ever before. Whether by cell phone, email, FaceTime showings or video conferencing, we are available daily to serve you and to share our knowledge and our expertise. We will work relentlessly for you: whether marketing and selling your home or finding you the property of your dreams. We are here for you!

For our agents, we will be vigilant, we will be thoughtful and we will listen. We will continue to educate our clients about trends and changes in the marketplace as they unfold and we will continue to adhere to all the safety guidelines established by the local, state and national agencies as well as those within our industry.

For our Friends and Family, let us seize this opportunity to grow! Take the time to meditate and to pray for a fresh, new vision, to give thanks for our endless blessings and let’s exercise daily!

Get restored. Get refreshed. Get re-energized!

All of us, here at Gateway, are extremely honored and grateful for the trust and loyalty you have shown us over all these years. Please know we are here for you and we are committed to serving you now and in the weeks and months ahead.

Suzi Apple and the Gateway Team

Daylight Savings is Sunday, March 8, 2020

Enjoy beautiful views like this one from 1531 Lake Creek Road, Edwards, CO 81632

1531 Lake Creek Road, Edwards, CO 81632
Located on one of the most breathtaking settings in Lake Creek, this European style 5832 sqft SF is nestled in a pine forest w/over 450 ft of Lake Creek river frontage. The recently remodeled Wm Ohs kitchen is a chefs delight w/ Sub Zero glass fridge, Wolf oven & ten ft slab island. A gracious master suite w/stunning spa bath & massive closet. The beautiful landscaping is irrigated w/water rights from Lake Creek. This is a rare & exceptional estate: gated, zoned for horses, water rights & fenced. Gateway Real Estate Vail Valley Colorado

Burton US Open – Vail, Colorado 2020


Ride for Jake

8:00-10:00am MST, Meet at Gondola 1

Let’s celebrate Jake by doing what he loved best—riding together! We will take Gondola 1 to Chair 4 and
then reconvene at the top of Riva Glades for a group ride down one of Jake’s favorite runs. Open invite to
all, so spread the word and bring your crew.

Slopestyle Finals                              

Women 11:00am MST / Men 2:00pm MST, Golden Peak

Rider Book Meet & Greet

1:00-2:00pm MST, Burton Pop-Up Shop, Golden Peak

Free Burton Concert Series and Awards : Big Freedia & Arrested Development

6:00pm MST, Solaris Concert Stage


Women’s Ride

10:00-11:30am MST, Burton Pop-Up Shop, Golden Peak

Halfpipe Finals                  

Women 11:00am MST / Men 2:00pm MST, Golden Peak

Ride with Burton Team

1:00-2:00pm MST, Burton Pop-Up Shop, Golden Peak

Free Burton Concert Series and Awards: EVAN GIIA & Big Wild

6:00pm MST, Solaris Concert Stage

Fireworks With The Carpenter Family

7:45pm MST, Solaris Concert Stage

Our founder, Jake Burton Carpenter, was the heart and soul of the sport, and no one loved the U∙S∙Open more than he did. Join his family and all of us at the Solaris Concert Stage at 7:45pm MST on Saturday, February 29, for fireworks as we celebrate the life-changing impact he had on all of us.

Burton U·S·Open Closing Party: DJ Cre8, 99 Neighbors & J Espinosa 

10:00pm – 1:00am MST, Dobson Ice Arena

17th Annual Vail Film Festival: March 26-29, 2020

17th Annual Vail Film Festival March 26-29, 2020

The 17th Annual Vail Film Festival takes place March 26-29, 2020 in Vail, CO. The festival weekend is packed with amazing films, including narrative features, documentaries, short films, and student films. The festival also includes networking opportunities, the Opening Night Film, Opening Night Party, Festival Awards Ceremony, Closing Night Film, and Closing Night Party. There is also a panel discussion with directors, and filmmaking masterclass. Many films will also be followed by filmmaker Question & Answer sessions where you can hear directly from the filmmakers and actors.

Passes give you access to films and events. Individual Tickets will also be available at the door (based on availability).

Snow in Vail 2-9-20

Over 3 feet of Snow in 5 days. Wow. This sets up the rest of the ski season and the summer. The difficult part of this much snow in such a short time is driving and parking cars. There are businesses here based upon driving in the snow and moving the snow. Plenty of snow is great for the rivers and streams and 11 eighteen hole golf courses just in Eagle County. When I was a kid in North Texas, I was lucky to see any snow in one out of 3 years. As a kid, I could never have imagined then a winter industry and an entire community like Vail based in the beginning on the winter misery of too much snow. I was in college when Vail opened in 1962, The summer before it opened, I was a counselor at a summer camp in Estes Park. I had already fallen in love with the mountains. I have now lived in Colorado more than half of my life (barely). The summers are as great as the winters and probably a lot cooler that where many of you spend June, July, August and September. Come and see us any time of year.
It’s a beautiful day in Colorado,