About the valley

Known as “Vail’s Private Address,” Arrowhead is truly no ordinary mountain community. Nestled against a charming ski mountain and adorned with award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course fairways nested against the banks of the Eagle River, this luxurious neighborhood is unique and unrivaled. Boasting a host of amenities this gated community is home to one of the Vail Valley’s most celebrated ski clubs, the Alpine Club, and to one of Colorado’s top rated golf courses, Country Club of the Rockies. The member-owned club boasts a newly renovated 27,000 square foot clubhouse and one of the finest practice facilities in the West.
“Village to Village” skiing also allows skiers to enjoy Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch access in addition to Arrowhead’s beautiful slopes. Located on the banks of the Eagle River, Arrowhead is located just 12 miles from Vail. Arrowhead epitomizes Colorado glamour.
The town of Avon is located at the base of the preeminent Beaver Creek resort and is only eight miles west of Vail. This community boasts beautiful parks, restaurants, shops and hotels, is set upon the glorious Eagle River, and is known as the down-valley center of business. In the heart of Avon, the Riverfront Village features a world-class resort that offers a 23,000 square foot spa and fitness center, a signature restaurant, and a gondola that offers skiers a ride from the valley floor up to the world-class ski mountains Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead.
Nottingham Lake provides a multitude of outdoor pleasures, from fishing and beach volleyball to paddleboats and soccer fields. Additionally, the Avon recreation center offers an indoor pool, water slide, and fitness center and childcare.
Bachelor Gulch

Capturing the spirit of the Vail Valley, Bachelor Gulch is a 1,400-acre mountain hideaway that sizzles with spectacular splendor. Perched in a scenic valley between Beaver Creek and Arrowhead, Bachelor Gulch links the three mountain communities together, creating a unique village-to-village skiing experience. Celebrating sweeping views of Castle Peak to the west, Teapot Mountain to the north, and the Gore Range to the east, this community is truly a regal heaven on a mountain. The exclusive AAA, 5-Star Ritz Carlton is located at the base of Bachelor Gulch and provides world-class lodging, Wolfgang Puck’s celebrated Spago restaurant, a sumptuous spa, grand fitness amenities, and awe-inspiring views across Colorado’s peaks and ski slopes.

Beaver Creek
Often considered Vail’s sister, Beaver Creek is an exquisite European-styled mountain community that graces the heart of the Vail Valley’s ski country. The sophisticated yet charming village is imbued with luxurious restaurants, elegant galleries and shops, and boasts a year-round ice rink and the gorgeous Vilar Center for the Arts. Perched upon a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. 18-hole championship golf course, the dramatic setting is without peer.
Beaver Creek’s main event, however, is the world-class skiing: one of North America’s Top Ten Ski Resorts and 1,625 acres of skiable terrain, Beaver Creek exudes resort glamour. Each facet of this resort reflects an excellence that has earned numerous national and international awards for innovative design and outstanding service. The epitome of luxury and class, no amenity or convenience is spared at this lavish year-round resort.  An undeniably prestigious address, Beaver Creek Resort boasts some of the finest quality homes and condominiums in the Vail Valley. Culture, style, opulence and activity surrounded by the beautiful backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.
Commanding more than 7,000 acres of magnificent alpine meadows, rich groves of aspens, sleek golf course fairways, and enchanting view-filled summits, Cordillera radiates a mountain allure. Soaring on a ridgeline above Edwards, the Divide capitalizes on the dramatic topography emulating the great mountain villages of Europe and boasts an intimate 56-room hotel, award-winning spa, and a Dave Peltz Signature Short Course. The Ranch community exudes Western charm and spirit and features a gorgeous Hale Irwin Signature golf course. The Summit soars high above the valley floor, feasts on 360-degrees of Colorado mountain peaks, and tantalizes golf aficionados with its extraordinary Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course.
Beyond just a golfing community, Cordillera has private Eagle River fishing, an indoor equestrian arena, miles of riding, hiking and Nordic ski trails, three tennis centers, five indoor and outdoor pools, four fitness facilities and a summer camp and Trailhead clubhouse for children.
Four distinct communities feature different architectural styles, but are uniquely all single family homes and home sites: the Valley Club, the Ranch, the Divide, and the Summit.

Eagle is a unique mountain town that echoes old Western spirit and yet embraces the extraordinary peaks of the Vail Valley. Glorious views, stunning river frontage, and rolling landscape adorned with ranches, neighborhoods, parks, shops and dining create a charming, down-home and down valley town. Eagle’s amiable character, easygoing lifestyle, and cordial community spirit, coupled with its array of outdoor activities, from fishing and rafting to golfing and camping, help contribute to its growing popularity.  Just a mere 30 miles west of Vail, 15 miles to Sylvan Lake Park, and 5 minutes to the Eagle County Airport, Eagle is a convenient yet quaint world unto itself.

Eagle Ranch

Adjacent to the town of Eagle is the new Eagle Ranch community, featuring homes patterned after the Victorian, Craftsman and Prairie designs of the first settlers in Colorado.  Located in the heart of Eagle Ranch is a superb new Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, miles of paths and trails and a charming Village that has a movie theater, shops and restaurants. Other amenities found at Eagle Ranch include a 145-acre park, playing fields, a community center building, and a new elementary school.


Set upon the glorious Eagle River, distinguished by its congenial entertainment settings, and located in the heart of the Vail Valley, just minutes from Vail, Beaver Creek, and the Eagle Airport, the town of Edwards is truly a mountain gem. Founded in the late 1800s Edwards has retained much of its Old West charm, yet has evolved into a chic community that is the fastest growing in Eagle County. Celebrating award-winning restaurants, quaint shops and boutiques, expansive parks and endless trails, and the new Freedom Park, a large stretch of land along the Eagle River that offers a skate park, dog park, soccer fields, volleyball courts, playgrounds and more. Surrounded by the prominent neighborhoods of Singletree, Cordillera and Homestead, this community has become an epicenter of its own.

Gypsum offers a balanced mix of the past and present gracing the spectacular Gypsum Creek Valley with old, rugged Western ranches, charming farmhouses, wildflower-strewn pastures, and new golf course community. Gypsum Creek which features large mountain homes and a beautifully designed, 18-hole Pete Dye golf course offering the longest golf season in the Vail Valley.
A few miles east of town and located adjacent to the airport is a large commercial park with Costco at its center.  Providing jobs and convenience, the park is located far enough so as not to disrupt the quiet, residential nature of the town, yet near enough to provide the ease of city living for all of the Valley’s residents, without the city, of course.

Just steps from downtown Edwards, Homestead sits perched atop a hillside viewing the valley floor, as well as the mountain ranges. Quiet, private streets with trails and sidewalks throughout make the entire neighborhood pleasant to walk. Approximately 800 residents fill this 760-acre neighborhood that backs up to open space. At the center is the Homestead Court Club; a fitness and tennis center that features weight rooms, aerobic classes, an indoor pool, hot tubs and steam room, childcare, racquet ball, squash and paddle courts, as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts

Lake Creek

Private and luxurious, Lake Creek is an extremely desirable place to call home. A lush valley with dramatic views of the Sawatch Mountain Ranges, meandering creeks, thriving forests, waves of Aspen groves, and hiking and biking trails throughout, Lake Creek possesses arguably the most picturesque setting of the entire Valley. While maintaining a private and remote atmosphere, including multiple gated communities, Lake Creek is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Edwards.


Located just minutes from both Vail and Beaver Creek, this charming town is distinguished by its unique architecture and character which stems from its rich historic beginnings as a silver mining hub. Nestled on the confluence of Gore Creek and the Eagle River, Minturn offers quaint specialty shops, boutiques, and restaurants and an array of outdoor activities. In the summers, Minturn is home to the largest farmer’s market in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, hosting over 125 unique vendors that offer everything from locally grown produce and fresh meats and cheeses, to organic breads and gorgeous flowers. Minturn’s charm and appeal stems from the friendly residents, locally owned businesses and restaurants, its breathtaking views and riverfront location

Mountain Star
Considered by many to offer the most spectacular vistas in the Valley, the revered gated community of Mountain Star overlooks Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch and feasts on views from the Back Bowls to Castle Peak. A full-time, on-site caretaker provides security and concierge assistance to the owners of the exquisite, private estates that adorn the mountainside which create a staggeringly beautiful and bold vision of mountain grandeur.

Just over the hill from Minturn is the quaint small town of Red Cliff, where residents still know their neighbors and their local business owners.  Located in a spectacular canyon with towering mountain peaks, Red Cliff, Eagle County’s oldest town and original county seat, has a rich mining heritage and a proud community.  Once a bustling community as the 11th richest silver mining district in the nation, Red Cliff is now home to many an outdoor enthusiast


Voted the number one ski resort in North America numerous times by leading ski publication readers, the Vail experience begins outside the ski area.  A charming, Bavarian-styled pedestrian village nestled into the mountainside provides a spectacular backdrop for the many shops, galleries and restaurants, as well as the après ski bars and nightclubs that make Vail’s nightlife as hot as its daytime activities.  The ski resort, the largest in the U.S., is famous for its wide open back bowls, champagne powder, fast and efficient lift service, and multitude of skiing and riding options. Vail Village bustles with activity in every season.  Open air concerts at the Ford Amphitheater, Street Beat on Bridge Street, sporting events, and so much more, Vail is a year round resort with much to see and do.


High above the commercial center of Avon is Wildridge. A community of its own, Wildridge boasts striking, panoramic vistas stretching for miles up and down the Vail Valley and offers access to the surrounding White River National Forest. Strictly a residential area, Wildridge offers a wide variety of town homes, duplexes and single-family homes located along rolling hillsides, amongst the aspens.


One of the oldest and most historic areas in the Vail Valley, Wolcott has preserved its heritage and “old west” feel unlike any other place in Eagle County. Vast open spaces, gently sloping hillsides and the rushing Eagle River define Wolcott today. Once used primarily as ranch land, current land use has been sensitively restricted to preserve the area’s heritage as well as the abundant wildlife. Large and secluded home sites define residential living in Wolcott, maintaining an authentic western feel. Other options include private residences on Bellyache Ridge, as well as the newly developed Red Sky Ranch, an exquisite golf course community.