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The growth and richness of Vail as a premier international mountain resort is echoed in the quality of real estate, recreation, events, culture, shopping and dining available in this beautiful valley. The après’ ski and nightlife, and hundreds of world-class shops from boutiques to ski shops mean there is always something to do. Art aficionados can take in dozens of galleries, art auctions, and art installations around town. With Vail’s ideal weather, and you have the makings of the perfect vacation or lifestyle.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Located in northwest Wyoming, the Jackson Hole valley is surrounded by Yellowstone National Park to the north, the Teton mountain range to the west, and is home to three world-class ski resorts. The town of Jackson is rich with local history and heritage of the American West, and has become a popular destination for vacationers and homeowners alike.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in North America and the oldest European community west of the Mississippi. Santa Fe is nestled at 7,000 feet in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, where the Pueblo, Spanish, and Anglo cultures interweave the old with the new creating a rich, often mystifying “Land of Enchantment”. With a thriving arts scene, renowned cuisine, and rich cultural heritage, the UNESCO designated creative city is a vibrant hub from which you can explore the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.
Located at 9,603 feet above sea level on the western slope of the Continental Divide in the heart of the Rocky Mountains lies the charming Victorian-style town of Breckenridge. Although it feels remote, one of the town’s calling cards is its accessibility, being only 90 miles from Denver. The Breckenridge Ski Resort consists of five peaks nestled among a host of Colorado’s famous “fourteeners,” including the country’s highest chairlift. Breckenridge boasts over 300 days of sunshine each year, with a multitude of Colorado’s famous “bluebird” days for yearlong outdoor recreational enjoyment.
Crested Butte, Colorado
Crested Butte is a mountain-lovers dream. The town’s total area covers less than 1 square mile and provides a quaint small-town community for locals and visitors alike. Since the original settling of Crested Butte in the late 1800’s, the year-round town population has near doubled in size. Approximately 1,600 people call beautiful Crested Butte their home and find things to do in the area at all times of the year. Of course, Crested Butte is known for its epic skiing and snow-covered mountains, but a plethora of outdoor summer activities and beautiful surroundings make it a perennial paradise.
Taos, New Mexico
“A place of red willows,” otherwise known as Taos, New Mexico, is a town rich in culture and history. The city of Taos is an epicenter for culture and arts, with shopping, dining and adventure mixed in it. The region is home to the Taos Valley Ski Resort—a 1,300 acre experienced skiers dream—a UNESCO world heritage site, jaw-dropping landscapes of mountains and gorges, and artists that will make you gawk at true talent and beauty. Taos is a vision of the Southwest, but with a little over 5,000 residents, it has an atmosphere of a quiet and relaxed hub for art, culture, and the outdoors.
Teton Valley, Idaho
The Teton Valley is often referred to as the “quiet side of the Tetons,” located across the border in Idaho, a short drive from the bustling destinations of Jackson, Wyoming, and Yellowstone National Park. Outside of the main towns of Victor, Driggs, Tetonia, and Alta, there are abundant landscapes for outdoor pursuits of all types.
Winter Park, Colorado
The Town of Winter Park is the bustling epicenter of Grand County thanks to its close proximity to Denver and Winter Park Resort right at the entrance to town. Dubbed “Colorado’s Favorite,” Winter Park Resort is Colorado’s longest continually operating ski resort and has over 3,000 acres of award-winning terrain. With thousands of acres of National Forest surrounding Winter Park, it has become a popular year-round destination for nearly every kind of outdoor pursuit imaginable. And with only a 90-minute drive to Denver, it is the most accessible mountain town in the state.
Nestled at the base of Mount Royal at 9,097 feet above sea level, high in the Rocky Mountains, the town of Frisco is often referred to as the “Main Street to the Rockies.” A thriving family and tourist community, Frisco’s Main Street is lined with charming boutiques and restaurants, all within a one-mile walking distance. With easy access just off I-70 and a little over an hour’s drive from Denver, Frisco is widely considered Summit County’s base camp. Access to world-class skiing is unparalleled, with Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, and Vail ski resorts all within a 30 minute drive.
Angel Fire, New Mexico
A small village with a giant ski resort, Angel Fire is located at the southern reaches of the Rocky Mountains. The area beckons recreation tourism, with the Angel Fire Resort and nearby Enchanted Circle, but with a population of 1,200, is also the perfect mountain town for a peaceful and rewarding adventurous lifestyle. Winters are snow-filled and the summers moderate, with the high elevation maintaining low humidity and perfect seventies temperatures all summer long.