Area Attractions

Arguably the most famous mountain town in Colorado, Vail offers a wealth of outdoor recreation yearlong. Ski the famous Back Bowls, hike through wildflower-filled meadows, or explore the European-inspired Vail Village where visitors can dine at posh restaurants and shop high-end boutiques. Grand Hyatt Vail makes an ideal home base in this stunning Rocky Mountain town. 

Grand Hyatt Vail

1300 Westhaven Dr.
Vail, Colorado, United States, 81657



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Outdoor Recreation

Vail Golf Club

Play a round of 18 holes on one of the best courses in Vail Valley, boasting sublime mountain views and unique, tree-lined fairways. In the winter, it transforms into Vail’s Nordic Center, a hub for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Cultural Attractions

Colorado Snowsports Museum and Hall of Fame

Delve into the history of snowy sports at this unique museum, featuring artifacts from the World War II-era 10th Mountain Division mountain troopers and interactive exhibits about ski industry icons and Colorado’s 26 active ski areas.

Nature Discovery Center atop Vail Mountain

Take in panoramic mountaintop views from this discovery center. Inside the yurt, learn about natural history with exhibits on resident wildlife including lynx and black bears.

Day Trips

Camp Hale

Once a World War II-era mountain warfare training camp, Camp Hale is a well-preserved historic site that offers a self-guided tour around the premises.

Glenwood Canyon

Carved out by the Colorado River, Glenwood Canyon is a scenic, 16-mile-long canyon along I-70 with gorgeous topography and ample outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, and rafting.

Penny Hot Springs

Soak in natural hot springs along the Crystal River at this rustic roadside spot, located between the towns of Redstone and Carbondale.