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Vail Summer and Winter Activities

Be Active Outside

Located in the Cascade neighborhood next to Gore Creek, Eagle Point’s West Vail neighborhood location provides easy access to Vail Village and all other area activities. Beaver Creek ski area is also just a quick drive away!

Winter guests will enjoy Eagle Point’s daily shuttle service to and from Vail’s Lionshead village where you catch Eagle Bahn Gondola to access all Vail mountain activities. The shuttle is also used for scheduled trips to the grocery store and transportation to some of the seasonal activities Eagle Point offers to owners and guests.

The resort shuttle in conjunction with the bus services provided by the Town of Vail makes it convenient to vacation in Vail and leave the car behind.

Traveling to Eagle Point

By Plane
Eagle County Airport, located 35 miles from Eagle Point, is served by direct flights from major US cities including New York City, Newark, Boston, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles.

For more information and current flight schedules visit:
WWW.FLYVAIL.COM

Airport Shuttles

Epic Mountain Express offers airport shuttle ground transportation service from Denver International Airport and Eagle Airport to Vail. To learn more or make reservations, please visit www.epicmountainexpress.com or call 800-525-6363.

By Car
The drive to Eagle Point from Denver can be an adventure in itself and the perfect start to a mountain vacation.

Take a moment to stop at the various points of interest on I-70 along the way. About 20 minutes outside of Denver at Genesee Park, exit 254, lives a large herd of bison (buffalo).  You can usually see them on either side of the freeway. Between Idaho Springs and Georgetown, keep an eye out for bighorn sheep often seen on the cliffs or grazing at the side I-70.  Once you pass through the Continental Divide via the Eisenhower/Johnson tunnel, you will descend to the town of Silverthorne, with great outlet shopping.  Continue through the beautiful Officer Gulch Canyon, past the Copper Mountain ski area and over Vail Pass, which is one of the United States’ most sought-after ski destinations at an elevation of 10,662 feet. The pass is significantly steep on both sides with the town of Vail situated at the base of the pass on the west side.

  • At exit 173, take ramp right toward W Vail Entrance
  • At roundabout, take 5th exit onto Chamonix Rd
  • At roundabout, take 2nd exit onto S Frontage Rd W
  • Turn right onto Matterhorn Circle

During peak summer and winter seasons, be prepared for heavy traffic on I-70 heading into the mountains Friday evenings and Saturday mornings and returning to Denver on Sunday afternoons.