A Campus called Vail

trianglesA Landscape that Shifts Perspective
Each year, millions of visitors from around the world travel to Vail to explore our beautiful backyard. These individuals understand how the view from a mountaintop can shift perspectives, providing experiences that challenge and transform.

Unlike classes and conferences in urban areas, learning in the mountains offers a unique opportunity to disconnect from distraction and reconnect with yourself in the natural world.

The Vail Campus offers:

  • Two of North America’s Premier Ski Resorts
  • 3 Base Areas in Vail and 3 in Beaver Creek
  • Diverse destination shopping and spas
  • More than a hundred restaurants and bars
  • Pedestrian-friendly heated streets
  • A free transportation system
  • Hiking, biking, rafting, horseback riding, fly fishing… and more
  • Music and dance festivals, athletic, arts and concert events

Come alone – or bring your team or family. There are countless adventures waiting for you before, during and after your Vail Centre program.

Weather in Vail

Sunshine, blue skies, two things you can count on in Vail. Daytime temperatures in the summer range from 60-78 degrees(F), and between 20-45 degrees(F) in the winter. Temperatures drop overnight and a coat is advised at any time of year.

Getting Here

Vail is located:

  • 30 miles from Eagle County Airport (EGE)
    Fly directly to the heart of the Colorado Rockies, year-round. American, Delta, United, and Air Canada provide non-stop jet service between EGE and eleven major cities.
  • 30 miles from the Vail Valley Jet Center
    A full service FBO for visiting and based private aircraft.
  • 100 miles from Denver International Airport
    The 15th-busiest airport in the world with more than 53 million passengers annually, Denver is a hub for global travel.

Rental Cars, Limos and Airport Shuttles can be arranged from the airports to Vail.