Wednesday, July 15, 2009

The Warm And Woolly Road To Vail Vacation Home Rentals

With some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the Rockies, Vail Mountain, Colorado is a world famous winter sports destination. Also in summer, spring and fall seasons championship golf, hiking, biking, white water rafting and kayaking fills Vail vacation home rentals as an ideal choice for singles, couples, families and groups. The Vail area is a long-established resort, so Vail vacation home rentals are plentiful. However early booking is always recommended as Vail vacation home rentals are also very popular.

In the Vail Valley region, the largest attraction during the winter or summer is, unsurprisingly, the mountain itself. Vail is one of America's most popular and prestigious ski resorts. If you can pull yourself away from the amazing views from the top of Vail Mountain, there are activities and tours taking place at any time of year. At the top of the gondola you can also enjoy dinner and winter events such as tubing, ski biking and laser tag.

You will find Vail in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado around 100 miles west of Denver and 35 miles east of Eagle City. The journey to your Vail Vacation home rentals couldn’t be easier or prettier. The I-70 is a beautifully scenic and direct route into Vail from the outside world.

Ranging in size and price from well appointed condominiums to sleep 6 to 8 people, situated around the centre of Vail Village, to superbly appointed private homes capable of sleeping up to 14 people, Vail Vacation home rentals will cost you between $3000 and $6000 per week.

Featuring a living area complete with wood burning fireplace and entertainment center, Vail vacation home rentals tend to be state of the art. There is usually plenty of room to entertain friends and a fully equipped gourmet kitchen is normally complemented by practical laundry facilities. Bedrooms tend to be fitted with King size beds and will often have TV, DVD and private bathroom facilities.

With temperatures rarely reaching the 70s Fahrenheit in summer, Vail Vacation home rentals are definitely more attractive to the rugged outdoor type of vacationer. The five inches of snowfall each month in winter and the odd snowy day every month except June, July and August will make you thankful that Vail Vacation home rentals are cozy and well insulated. Take your warm winter woollies just in case and you’ll be well prepared for everything Vail Vacation home rentals have to offer.