One of Taylor Swift’s favorite artists Kelsey Montague just finished a mural in Vail and her work is focused on interactivity, she said. It’s a butterfly garden and the butterflies are holding up the swings, and you can make look like you are sitting on it.
Full runoff now and with warmer weather on the horizon, levels will continue to rise. A tributary of the Eagle River, approxiamely 18.5 miles long, in Eagle County in central Colorado in the United States. It rises on the Eagle County-Summit County border along the high crest of the Gore Range, in the White River National Forest and descends ro the west through a narrow gorge, receiving Black Gore Creek from the south. It flows thru Vail, Colorado.
The new, Saturday-only service from Philadelphia to Eagle County will run from Dec. 21, 2019 through Jan 4, 2020 and again from Feb. 15, 2020 through Apr 4, 2020.
The flight will depart Pennsylvania at 8:20 a.m and arrive in Eagle at 11:05 a.m. The return flight departs Colorado at 2:05 p.m. and arrives in Philadelphia at 8 p.m.
The first of a five-race series in Gore Creek in Vail started on Tuesday of this week at 5:15pm and this marks the seventh years the series has been underway. The races are open to kayaks (under 9 feet, 6 inches), two-person raft teams and stand-up paddleboarders. The finish is at the International Bridge and festivities will be in full effect.
The series continues every Tuesday night through June 4. As the series wraps ups, The Town of Eagle will host and inaugural series at its new whitewater park beginning June 11.
Feb. 25th-March 2nd 2019. Come watch the best of the best of the worlds top snowboarding athletes compete in both slope style and halfpipe! An entertainment packed lineup with 4 nights of free music, food and drink, along with fun for the kids. Vail is the iconic setting for such a competition.
Thinking about making Vail your next home? Swing into the Gateway office, have a cup of cocoa or coffee and let us help you go over your options. We are at 183 Gore Creek Drive, right outside of the food and drink tents for The Open!
Are you looking for a new place to Apres?
Stop by Almresi Vail at the top of Bridge Street and have a Feuerzangenbowle-a traditional German drink for which a rum-soaked sugarloaf is set of fire and the sugar drips into spicy hot wine. The anticipation was building as the sugar drippes into the wine. It tasted amazing and didn’t last long.
It was hard to choose what to have next…Jagertee, Snowstorm Cafe, Schumlil-Pflumli or a schnapps. Stop by then let me know your favorite!
What a chilling idea for a Road Trip this ominous Halloween weekend!
If you dare to explore these capitivating destinations you can begin your adventure Northeast of Silverton at Animas Forks, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Once an enlivened mining town reliant on the Gold Prince Mill, now all that remains are the deserted homes and businesses and possibly a few misplaced spirits from the past…
Next stop…St Elmo, where a few current residents are known to mingle with former residents of this enchanting town. Maybe saddle up to the bar in one of the saloon’s and feel the effects of more then one kind of Spirit!
Next you are off to Climax! At 11,360 feet above sea level, this was the highest human settlement in the United States! Nearby, the Molybdenum Mine reopened operations in 2012, but the town of Climax remains forlorn and mysterious for those who dare to explore what remains of this bygone era!
If you haven’t been dispirited yet, then you are a true Ghost Town “die hard”! You are now off to Independence, where gold was first discovered on July 4, 1879! At one time 1,500 residents called Independence their home, if you’re lucky you might run into one or two…..Independence Pass was named after this town!
If you’ve made it this far unscathed, then Eureka is your final destination! Nestled along the Animas River, Eureka’s lively hood stemmed from the mill, it’s remains resemble ancient ruins in an abstract way.
Be safe and enjoy your adventure!
Happy Halloween from Gateway Real Estate ~ Bahahahah!!
Why do we call this wonderful time of year Indian Summer? There are many theories, “Indian Giver” is one of the better known sources for this term.
Indian Summer refers to very unseasonable warm and dry weather in late Autumn. There is usually a cold spell with frost preceding this most pleasurable time of year, which lures many into pondering what Winters blustery days might bring! Instead, much to our satisfaction, Indian Summer creeps in, giving us one last opportunity to savor the fading impressions of Summer…Never quite knowing if this magical time will be snatched away in an instant, much like the reputation of an Indian Giver!
Indian Summer here in the Vail Valley usually continues into mid-November, which means there’s still plenty of time left to get out there and take in the beauty that surrounds us!
Come and get inspired at the 2016 Global Solutions Forum in Vail. This event is a collaboration of SStS Partners, alumni, global liaisons and businesses to discuss strategies in global education and ethical leadership. There will be a public venue at the Global Solutions Forum on
Friday, October 14th from 8:30a – 12:30p.
This event will be held in the Peter Abuisi Theater
at the Vail Mountain School.
The entire forum will run from October 13th – 16th
Reservations are available on-line.
Have your Ticket ready for a spectacular “Fall Foliage” Train Tour!
The Leadville Colorado and Southern Railroad Company offers
2 1/2 hour round-trip scenic rides. The train will be departing from Leadville until October 9th!
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am & 2:00pm
Monday thru Friday: 1:00pm
Adults Tickets: $37.00 Children 4-12: $20.00 Children 3 and under: Free