Davos Four-Wheel Drive Road - This short road on the west end of Vail is most popular with mountain bikers. It offers great views from the radio tower at the end.
Eagles Nest Wilderness-Vail side - The Eagles Nest Wilderness straddles the Gore Range, to the east of Vail. The western portion of the wilderness area lies in the Holy Cross Ranger District and the eastern portion lies in the Dillon Ranger District.
Gore Creek Campground - This campground sits along Gore Creek, just east of Vail, at an elevation of 8700 feet.
Meadow Mountain/ Line Shack Trail - This trail follows an old road from the Holy Cross Ranger District Office, up Meadow Mountain to a small cabin known as the Line Shack.
Mill Creek/Benchmark Four-Wheel Drive Road - This scenic four-wheel drive road begins right in Vail and travels to the top of the Mill Creek drainage. It is used frequently by mountain bikers and hikers.
Red Sandstone/Piney River Ranch Road - Red Sandstone Road provides the main access to a large area north of Vail. The road begins in the town of Vail and is passable in two-wheel drive vehicles.
Shrine Pass Road - The Shrine Pass Road is an improved gravel road which runs from Redcliff, over Shrine Pass, to the top of Vail Pass.
Vail - Vail is the largest single-mountain ski area in North America. Its back bowls are legendary. The town offers outstanding dining, shopping and lodging.
Vail Pass Trail - The Vail Pass Trail is a paved recreation trail. It runs from Vail, over Vail Pass to Copper Mountain, where it links to the Tenmile Trail.