Colorado, (PressExposure) February 07, 2012 -- Long-time vacationers and first-time travelers recall with extreme fulfillment their first experience with Vail home rentals. Their recent stay at Vail Colorado in one of the most magnificent ski resorts in the world is something that will be cherished perpetually.
What used to be a quite mining town founded in 1962 by United States Army veteran Pete Seibert and his bosom pal, ranch owner Earl Eaton has emerged as the "second biggest single ski mountain in North America". Vail towers at more than 8,000 feet above sea level while its distance from the ground is measured higher than 11,000 feet. It is a couple of hours drive from the Denver International Airport. A lot of travelers have described Vail Colorado as "more urbane" and provides alternatives for novice and expert skiers.
There are approximately 5,200 acres of skiable tracks, 193 patent pathways, 33 lifts and a standard of 200 to more than 300 inches of snow from November to April of each year. When you are in Vail, the first thing to do is look for Vail home rentals so that you are assured of the best place to stay while enjoying the multitude of activities. Here, you will have access to exclusive hotel-style residence clubs and a distinctive selection of short and long-term lease in the most splendid homes estimated at more than $2 million.
Vacation rentals Vail include primary attractions such as Austria Haus Club Platinum Penthouse, One Willow Bridge Road and the Arrabelle at Vail Square. While relishing your stay at some of the finest and most expensive cottages and condominium units, guests can discover the sports and music festivals, night life, delectable cuisine and thrilling adventure sports. One of the most-awaited events for the year is the Teva Mountain Games, which brings together some of the most gifted sportsmen, to compete in kayaking (full-contact, freestyle, sprint and steep categories); rafting; amateur mountain climbing; long distance running; and, biking. This represents a total of eight sports and more than 20 categories with over $100,000 in cash prizes. There are also after-party celebrations and free concerts after the strenuous outdoor games.
Not to be missed are the hot air balloons, bi-planes and gliders as well as the camping grounds at the Big Horn in East Vail, Red Sandstone Road located at the Piney River Ranch and the Eagle and Gypsum in the vicinity of Sylvan Lagoon. Outdoor hiking is also one of the favorites as tough trekkers attempt to scale the hazardous 14,000-foot pikes that include the Mountain of the Holy Cross. Fly Fishing can also provide ultimate enjoyment with various rivers and streams to select from. Interested guests may inquire about lessons in multiple skill levels and guided tours.
Vail home rentals is your passport to all the fun and good life that can be derived from staying at Vail Village. Make the most out of your time and make arrangements early for you and your loved ones.