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Vail in June

May 31st, 2013
June in Vail & Beaver Creek!
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Dear Jon Eskin,

Enjoy the weather and events in Vail and Beaver Creek in June!
June is stacking up with world-class events!
Book your stay now so you can be close to the action.
June 6 – 9th GoPro Mountain Games in Vail

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The GoPro Mountain Games are the country's largest celebration of adventure sports, art and music and they return to Vail, June 6 – 9, 2013.
Professional and amateur athletes from around the world converge upon the mountains and rivers of Vail to compete in nine sports and 25 disciplines for more than $100,000 in prize money.

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June 15 – 16th 

 Tough Mudder in Beaver Creek

Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces to test your all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie.

By running a Tough Mudder challenge, you'll unlock a true sense of accomplishment, have a great time, and discover a camaraderie with your fellow participants that's experienced all too rarely these days.

June 23rd and 28 – 30th Jazz Festival in Vail

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Vail is host to the largest Jazz Festival in the Rocky Mountains – the Vail Jazz Festival. Now in its 19thyear, the Vail Jazz Festival is one of Vail's iconic summer events and has grown to include 40 shows over a 12 week period. Nestled in the heart of Colorado's exquisite Rocky Mountains, Vail offers not only breath taking views, a plethora of activities, sophisticated lodging options, the finest restaurants and incredible culture and music in Vail.
The Vail Jazz Festival is host to the Labor Day Weekend Vail Jazz Party, the best jazz musicians converging on Vail for over 35 hours of jazz. And don't miss out on the summer-long jazz shows at Jazz @ Vail SquareJazz @ The Market, Jazz @ Kelly Likenand Jazz After! featuring today's finest jazz artists.
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June 28 – 30th Dallas Symphony in Vail

Join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra at the Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival.

Bob Bernhardt, conductor. Traditional works by Sousa, Cohan, Suppé, Leroy Anderson, Gershwin, and Rachmaninoff act as a prelude to Williams's greatest hits: selections from Superman, Star Wars, Schindler's List, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, and Indiana Jones

All Activities in full swing!

All of your favorite Vail Valley activities are waiting for you from rafting, fishing, golf, biking, hiking, horseback riding, and zip-lining, to music events at the Amphitheater and Vilar Center.

May events in Vail & Beaver Creek

May 8th, 2013


There are many exciting upcoming events.  We are offering some great discounts on our remaining properties including The Ritz Carlton Clubs in Bachelor Gulch and Vail.
Blues, Brews, & BBQ at BC
May 24 – 27thBlues, Brews, and BBQ at Beaver Creek!
Musical highlights include Dan Treanor’s Afrosippi Band Featuring Erica Brown, Too Slim and the Taildraggers and John Németh who will perform live at scheduled times during the weekend.

Top barbecue chefs from around the state join local chefs in serving up mouth-watering barbecue complemented by thirst quenching microbrews at one of the largest Colorado Microbrewery beer tastings.
May 24 – 27th FEAST! Vail The new Memorial Day Food Event at Vail.
* Delicious line up of 15 renowned Vail Valley and Front Range Chefs
* Pours from Masters of the Vine, Cocktail Artisans and Craft Beer Pros
* Ultimate Small Plates, Big Valley

Flavors kick off-small plates tasting complete with sips

and tunes
* Inspired pairings
* Competition Vail Valley style, from sliders to casting  * Pinot Boot Camp
All Activities in full swing!

All of your favorite Vail Valley activities are waiting for you from rafting, fishing, golf, biking, hiking, horseback riding, and zip-lining, to music events at the Amphitheater and Vilar Center.
                Horseback Riding             rafting
We have some great places to stay for your summer visit to Vail & Beaver Creek.  Visit our website or call for availability.  All of our guests staying in Vail receive full concierge services and FREE access to the Aria Club and Spa.

October snow in Vail

October 25th, 2010
dumping in vail

9 am 10/25/10 in West Vail 2

Our first

snow storm of the season! 

9 am 10/25/10 in West Vail


Ritz Carlton Club Vail

October 5th, 2010

New this December 2010 is The Ritz Carlton Club Vail.  This 45 unit condominium complex and resort is also connected with The Ritz Carlton Residences.  The 45 club units consist of both 2 and 3 bedroom luxury condominiums.  These residences offer the absolute finest condominiums in the Vail Valley for rent.  Each property is fully equipped with gourmet kitchens, luxurious bathrooms, gas fireplaces, washer and dryer and large balconies.  The main lobby and bar area and designed to the highest standards of The Ritz Carlton.  Guests will also enjoy the free valet parking, ski valet, large gym with treatment rooms, concierge services and twice daily housekeeping.  The Ritz Carlton staff will not overlook any details.  Guests will be completely pampered by The Ritz Carlton staff with five star service. 

The outdoor pool, hot tub area and firepit are absolutely spectac

ular.  There is already talk in the Real Estate community that it is the nicest pool area in the Vail.

Residences are available for rent usually on a Saturday to Saturday basis.  We can sometimes accommodate shorter stays as well as dates that cross over a Saturday, please just inquire for details. 

The new Ritz Carlton Vail is located on the western side of Lionshead Village, just adjacent to The Marriott hotel and just north of Gore Creek.  It is a short walk to Lionshead village and the Lionshead ski slopes.  The Ritz Carlton staff will also assist guests with getting their skis and boots over to the ski slopes.

To preview more information on The Ritz Carlton Club Vail including rates please go to


Things to do in Beaver Creek Village:

July 14th, 2010

Below are great things to consider doing during your stay in Beaver Creek.

Take a chairlift ride up the Centennial Express – bring your mountain bike along and stop for lunch at Spruce Saddle!   

Check out the Beaver Creek Children’s Museum! 

 Want to work on your acting skills or watch other kids perform?  The Beaver Creek Children’s Theater is for you! 

 If you’re feeling adventurous, try the bungee trampoline or horseback riding!  The Beaver Creek Kids HIKE-OLOGY program is also not to be missed!  With many different hiking options, there is something for every age.  The 5-Senses Hike is our favorite!

Mini-Golf and Tennis are great daytime fun for sports enthusiasts:

Thursday evenings be sure to make it to the Beaver Creek Rodeo Series in Avon – don’t forget to swing by the Ritz Carlton tent and say “Hello!” to all of us!

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Below are a few Children’s Camps and Day-Care providers if you want to plan a day without hte children.

 Beaver Creek Day Camp:

 Small World Day Care in Beaver Creek Village:

Other fun family options:

The Town of Avon Recreation Center & Swimming Pool: 

If your children are older, they might enjoy rafting some Colorado rapids or seeing the sights via Jeep Tour.  The options are endless with Timberline Tours, Lakota and Nova Guides!


Concierge Services with your Vail & Beaver Creek Lodging

July 2nd, 2010

Sit back, relax and let us plan you rocky mountain experience.  With Getaway Planners local knowledge and local connections, you can save money.  Getaway Planners can get you discounted rental car or transportation, sports rentals, summer activities like rafting or golf tee times, winter activities like discounted ski lift tickets, dog sled rides, and even make your dinner reservations for you.   

When you book with Prudential Colorado Properties you have access to many of the free services through our concierge, Getaway Planners. Other services that can be provided at an additional expense, are things like personal grocery shopping or private chefs.

 If you book in advance, we

will have our concierge contact you.  For reservations closer in, you can also visit our online concierge services form at if you need any assistance planning your trip. Some of the  (ie discounted rental car or transportation, dinner reservations, sports rentals, summer activities like rafting or golf tee times and much more!  They will send you a follow up email after you fill out the form, you will need your reservation number.  Please contact them with questions about our form or prices at or at 970-845-8757.


4th of July Holiday Fireworks Celebration in Vail

June 29th, 2010

The Vail Valley offers some of the finest fireworks celebrations in the entire state of Colorado.  The festivities begin on July 3 with the largest fireworks show in the state on Nottingham Lake located in Avon.

The annual Independence Day celebration will begin at 5 p.m. with music, food vendors, and a beer garden. A free Family Zone will offer families carnival games, inflatable jumping toys, face painting, clowns and a special children’s instrument petting zoo presented by Bravo! The fireworks will light the sky at 9:45 p.m.

DJ Logic takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. The evening concludes with the Colorado Rockies’ largest fireworks display, which will kick off at 9:45 p.m. and will be choreographed to a musical score simulcast on 97.7 KZYR The Zephyr.

Leave dogs, alcohol, replica watches, grills and personal fireworks at home. Blankets and warm evening attire are recommended. Stopping on I-70 is against the law and will be strictly enforced by local law enforcement.

“Not only is this against the law it is very dangerous; we would like to invite these folks to park within the Town and enjoy our event in a safe environment,” said Avon Police Chief Bob Ticer.

Parking on Town streets is not permitted.

Highlighting the weekend activities will be the traditional Vail Fourth of July parade on Sunday.  The parade starts at Golden Peak and then continues west to Hanson Ranch road, north on Bridge street, west on Gore Creek Drive, north across the International bridge, west along Meadow Drive and finally, weaves through the Lionshead Mall and to the finish.  The rest of the day’s celebrations include a patriotic concert, Vail Farmers’ market and a fireworks display in Vail.  Upon conclusion of the fireworks, a town of Vail public safety campaign will be enacted that enlists parental supervision of younger family members.

Some of the other activities going on during the Holiday weekend include the Vail Lacrosse shootout, Bravo Dallas symphony orchestra and  the Vail Hillclimb race.

Free things to do in Vail, Colorado

June 15th, 2010

Free things to do in Vail, Colorado  

There are lots of “free” things to take advantage of this summer in Vail Colorado.

Hot Summer Nights free concerts start Tuesday’s June 15th – July 20th.   

Vail Farmer’s market on Sundays starting June 20 – Sept. 19.

Kids ride the Eagle Bahn Gondola for free all summer with one paying adult, and
09-10 and 10-11 ski pass holders can also ride for free.

Adventure Ridge has free activities available, just head to the top of the mountain for free volleyball, bocce ball, horseshoes and disc golf (you need to bring your own discs).  Open weekends in June and then daily starting June 24 – September 6

Visit the Discovery Center for free, located at the top of the Eagle Bahn Gondola, the Discovery Center introduces you to the environment through fun, interactive displays and guided nature hikes.   

Visit Vail’s free Nature Center, nestled along the banks of Gore Creek this 7 acres forest, meadow and stream. 

Visit the Colorado Ski Museum for free, located in the upper level of the Vail Village parking structure. Learn about the history of Vail, skiing and the 10th Mountain Division.

Vail’s free Skate park in the Lionshead parking structure. Open morning to dusk daily, featuring half-pipe, pyramid, ramps, transitions, rails and


Free tennis match at the Golden Peak Tennis Courts.  Tennis can be played at the courts on a first-come, first-served basis.

Free Kayak Demo’s will go through June 22nd every Tuesday 5-7pm at Vail’s Whitewater Park located at the International Bridge.

Free festivals coming up: Vail America Days, Vail Arts Festival, Vail’s Farmer’s Market, Vail Antique Show, and the Minturn Market.

Jazz at the Vail Farmer’s Market is free, Sundays June 27 – August 29  Noon-3pm

Join Wednesday’s free walking tours of Vail’s public art collection. The hour long tour meets at 11:00am at the Vail Village Visitor Center at the top level of the parking structure.  Tours begin June 30th.  Visit or call 970-479-2344

In July in Lionshead, Friday Family Fun Fair July 9 – August 6, will have many kids activities.



Ritz Bachelor Gulch Rentals

June 4th, 2010

The Ritz Carlton Club in Bachelor Gulch has a total of 54 condos.  There are 32 two bedroom condominiums and 24 three bedroom condominiums.  All condos are furnished exactly the same.  All the two bedrooms units have a king bed in each room, and each three bedroom has two rooms with king beds and the third has 2 double beds.   Just in the fall of 2009 all the “soft goods” had been replaced, that means new couches, curtains, carpets, mattresses and comforters etc. 

Each condo comes equipped with a full kitchen including a Viking stove, Sub Zero refrigerator, a full size washer and dryer, and wireless internet access.  The Ritz Carlton Club condos have their own hot tubs in addition to access to the Ritz Carlton Hotel Pool and Bachelor Gulch Spa.

When you stay at the Ritz Carlton Club condos you have access to all the amenities of the Ritz Car

lton Hotel, including poolside food service and the options to charge items to your room. There is room service also available.

Before you arrive the concierge will help with arrangements for your stay including setting up the lift tickets, bike rentals, dinner reservations, and even scheduling spa treatments at the Ritz Carlton Hotel that is in the adjoining building.

For the youngsters, they have an extensive children’s program, the Ritz Kids Roundup.  The Roundup is designed to make your child’s Rocky Mountain vacation as exciting and memorable as yours. This supervised program is available for children ages 5 through 12.   

The rental weeks run from Saturday to Saturday.  There are 5 and 7 night minimums that apply throughout the year.  

The Ritz-Carlton Club Beaver Creek SUMMER Special!!

Purchase 6 nights of lodging and receive the 7th night free!! Valid for reservations staying June 1, 09-Nov.15, 09.


Golf in the Vail Valley

June 1st, 2010

While Vail maybe be best known for some of the best skiing in the world, it is slowly becoming just as known for it's summers and all the wonderful summer activities.  One of the best summer activities that the Vail Valley has to offer is golf.  There are now fifteen golf courses in Eagle County, all within a thirty minute drive of Vail. 

Some of the golf courses are completely open to the public such as the Vail Golf Course and the Eagle Vail Golf Course, some are semi-private where members receive the prime tee times and other times are open to the public.  A few examples are the Beaver Creek Golf Course and the Sonnenalp Golf Course in Edwards.  Some of the courses are members only (and their invited guests).  Arrowhead and Eagle Springs are a few examples.

The golf courses in the Vail Valley are building a reputation as some of the best in the country.  Avid golfers are realizing that Vail has some of the most beautiful and challenging courses anywhere and the summer months in Vail offer a perfect golf climate, usually in the low to mid 80's.  They also love the fact that the golf ball travels about 10% farther in our mountain air.  Many golfers who live in states with very high summer temperatures such as Arizona and Texas travel to Colorado for our picture perfect summer golf.

Our concierge service can assist golfers

with useful information and to assist with tee times.  You can visit our concierge webpage .  For information on all of the courses in the Vail Valley including prices, location and dress codes please visit


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