Vail Farmers Market and Art show – Sundays on Meadow Drive in Vail from 10 AM- 3:30 PM
Come and enjoy Colorado’s finest locally grown produce, artisans, children’s activities and live music. With 129 tents you can find everything from beautiful clothing and jewelry to handmade home items, the perfect thing to remind you of your wonderful Vail summer vacation.
In the summer, when temperatures are soaring around the rest of the nation but comfortably in the mid-70s at Vail’s 8,250-foot elevation, there are almost too many things to do. Locals who come to ski in the winter admit they wind up staying because of Vail’s sparkling summer weather.
Recreation options run the gamut from the highly intense (Jeeping, rafting, kayaking, downhill mountain biking, rock climbing, paragliding, riding the zip line at Piney Lake) to the still energizing but more relaxing (balloon rides, horseback riding, fishing, golf, hiking and tennis).
Both the dance festival and Bravo! occur during the summer months at the gorgeous outdoor Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, just a fairly short but beautiful walk along Gore Creek or a free bus ride away from the Tivoli. In the winter, top national theater groups and music acts take to the stage of the state-of-the-art Vilar Center for the Arts in nearby Beaver Creek.
- Hiking & Backpacking
- Horseback Riding
- Whitewater Rafting
- Wagon Rides
- Kayak & Canoeing
- Motorcycle Tours
- ATV / Offroad
Photo Courtesy of Visit Vail Valley