Jagged snow-capped mountains, crystal blue skies, trees reaching to the sky, and breathtaking scenery surrounds you! Yes, this is what is like to live and play in the Vail Valley.
How can you describe the Vail Valley communities in a short venue….you can’t! With such diversity, gorgeous settings, and unique activities, it only warrants a separate description of each neighborhood. You may be deciding to vacation, live or make our valley your next vacation home. Either way, we are here to help! Explore the Vail Valley's irresistible charm and communities below or contact us for more information.
Explore Vail Valley Towns
The town of Avon is an ever changing area, and that change is ever improving. Avon has such a diverse selection of properties, there is practically something for everyone!
Eagle is the county seat and has been developed from a ranch community. Its lower elevation is very desirable and you will find warmer temperatures compared to Vail.
Eagle-Vail is ideally located in between Vail and Beaver Creek, making it a very popular neighborhood for locals and second homeowners!
Edwards has come a long way from an old ranching area turned bedroom community in the '80s to one of the top 10 “dream towns” in the US.
Gypsum is considered the most western end of the Vail Valley. It is adjacent to Eagle and has seen high growth over the past 10 years.
Old mixed with new is just one way to describe Minturn. Its eclectic nature and friendly people make this a great place to visit or live.
Red Cliff is situated south of Minturn off of Route 24 and has one of the most beautiful scenic drives! You will travel through switch backs as you climb the mountain towards the town.
In the recent years, Wolcott is known for the “Yacht Club”. The outdoor patios are where people lounge on picnic tables while listening to music and enjoying food and drinks.