The cornerstone of Frost Creek is a 285-acre, members-only golf course that features eight man-made lakes, a driving range, and practice chipping and putting areas. Ten holes play around or are adjacent to water. One of Tom Weiskopf’s marquis courses, the highly reviewed, and highly playable course meanders through the fertile Brush Creek Valley with 18 statement holes that will delight even the most seasoned golfers.
Nestled in the secluded Brush Creek Valley just west of Vail, CO, Frost Creek offers easy access to everything you have come to expect for your time spent in the Rocky Mountains. While located just 15 minutes from the Eagle/Vail airport and I-70, Frost Creek is surrounded by thousands of acres of federal and state protected land creating a pristine setting for numerous seasonal activities. www.frostcreek.com
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.