Vail’s Culinary Scene Lunges Forward

Celebrity chef and restauranteur Nobu Matsuhisa has just opened a Matsuhisa restaurant in Vail. Vail has never had a restaurant of this stature before. Matsuhisa restaurants are only found in four cities – Aspen, Beverly Hills, Mykonos Greece, and now Vail. The restaurant is located in Solaris, one of the new developments in Vail Village - Read More

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Gore Range pump Track – new in Vail

For all mountain biking enthusiasts and newcomers to the sport, there is a new Pump Track in Vail to train on and hone your skills. In addition to the many mountain biking trails Vail already has to offer, the new Gore Range Pump Track at Eagle’s Nest is now complete and open to the public - Read More

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Wildflowers

Many people visiting Vail in the summer come not only for the rafting, fishing, hiking, biking and kayaking, but to view Vail’s magnificent wildflowers. The flowers this summer are flourishing following our cool, wet spring and early summer. There are many hikes and walks to view the beauty of Vail’s natural growth, or you can - Read More

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East West Partners Project Sold in Foreclosure

A local development company’s Lake Tahoe hotel project fell into foreclosure and put another $900 million of Tahoe-area real estate into bankruptcy. East West Partners developed Ritz-Carlton, built at the base of Northstar-at-Tahoe, became the latest victim of northern California’s tanking tourist industry. The luxury hotel opened in 2009 amid great fanfare, but at the - Read More

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Sales Tax Revenue up in Vail

Cities live and die by sales taxes, and this summer the living is a little easier. Sales taxes are up across most of Colorado and the valley. A Colorado Municipal League’s survey found that 62 percent of the state’s cities and towns say their economic picture is improving; 30 percent say it’s flat and 8 - Read More

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