Vail has it all. Regardless of what terrain you might like best, Vail has it and probably in multiples. Vail has the most terrain of any resort in the U.S. at 5,289 acres and is second only to Whistler-Blackcomb in all of North America. Vail grooms 20 hours a day, seven days a week. The front side of the mountain has terrain for everyone, including different steepness for beginner runs, but it?s the back bowls that deservedly get all the attention. They defy conventional explanation and until you view them in person, you may not realize just how big they truly are. But Killington, a large and premier resort on the east coast, is a third the size of just the bowls at Vail. It is not uncommon to see 20+ snow groomers laying down a track of corduroy the width of a five-lane highway. It is like no place on Earth. Reserve your Vail snowboard rentals today!
Vail offers three terrain parks to help advance everyones abilities. Finish Flight School then graduate from Aviator to Fly Zone. Enjoy a 450′ Superpipe, kink and straight rails, boxes (C box), 24′ disco box, a battleship, water tank jib, and the new wall ride. Step down jumps of 30′, 40′ and 50′ are near the new Superdome. Below the Superpipe are small to medium jumps great for practicing tricks, a line of box top rails and short steel rails and a 13′ mini pipe.
Vail’s snow school is steeped in tradition and excellence, committed to staying on the forefront of instruction technology, state-of-the-art facilities and top end instructors and pros. Vail’s attitude is guest-oriented and they can help you accomplish goals and experience Vail to the fullest.