Characterized by true Colorado Rocky Mountain landscape, East Vail is a unique, tightly knit community of outdoor enthusiasts and longtime locals. Under the enticing lure of the East Vail Chutes, this resort neighborhood offers a tranquil home base just five miles east of Vail Village with easy access into town on the free, in-town bus.
Neighborhood amenities include everything you love about nature. Main Gore Creek provides coveted fly-fishing niches. Trailheads are nestled throughout with immediate hiking and snowshoeing access to the surrounding national forest. Dramatic waterfalls entice ice climbers to conquer their drop. Bighorn Road leads to the Vail Pass trail, a regular route for professional and recreational cyclists. Bighorn Park, a favorite year-round gathering place, features an off-leash dog park, playground, pond, and a picnic pavilion that’s perfect for open-air celebrations. And finally, the Vail Racquet Club has a health club facility, heated swimming, and a convenient dining option at Blu’s restaurant and bar.