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Vail Mountain News Update

Those who plan a vacation in Vail or Beaver Creek this winter are probably already very excited about their upcoming trip. But, just in case you needed a little help to get you ready for what will hopefully be an epic winter, here are some news to get you excited for 2016-2017 ski season.

  • As of today Vail Mountain has already opened its legendary Back Bowls expanding skiable terrain to 1,439 acres (for latest terrain updates please visit www.vail.com)
  • With the replacement of Sun Up Express Chair Lift all major lifts at Vail are now high-speed.
  • Northern Rockies should see an equal chance of an average winter this year with periods of intermittent cold and stormy weather. That said, look for resort skiing to provide good coverage all winter long with powder days in between bluebird days.
  • It is not too late to book your ground transportation at discounted rates. Review our services on Google or Yelp and get 15% off your future transfer (Restrictions may apply. Not applicable to transfers on 12/16-01/08, 01/13-01/22, 02/17-02/26, Fri-Sun in March, and existing reservations).

 

winter in vail colorado

Driving in snowy conditions is what we do.

When arranging transportation from Denver International Airport( DIA / DEN ) to Vail, Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch, Breckenridge, Keystone or any of the other ski areas in Colorado, make sure you pick the right transportation company.

To get to Vail or any of ski areas from Denver, it takes about two hours on winy Colorado road.  At MPG-Express we always use top of the line winter tires, and they do make a difference.  They provide exceptional stability and reliability, when there is snow on the road.  Our chauffeurs drive to Vail from Denver year round, and what could seems like a treacherous drive to some people, is like a walk through the park for our experienced drivers.