Liquid Blue live on stage at the Golden Peak Lodge in Vail, Colorado.
This sculpture in Slifer Plaza honors soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division.
U.S. Army Soldiers trained for World War II in harsh mountain conditions in nearby Camp Hale.
Upon returning to the U.S., some of these veterans helped shape the U.S. ski industry.
The town was established in 1966 at the base of Vail Ski Resort, which opened in 1962.
Diana, who's secret ninja skills allow her to fly, comes in for a landing.
Vail is high in the mountains, and experiences pleasantly warm summers and cold winters.
The Vail economic community relies mostly upon tourism.
The Betty Ford Alpine Garden curates a well documented collection of high elevation plants.
Its staff offers the public educational mountain hikes, guided tours, classes and exhibits.
The Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater is an outdoor venue that seats 1,260 guests in covered seating.
Vail is developing as a cultural center, with various art and music venues.
Vail is located in the White River National Forest.
It is leased from the United States Forest Service.
Cable-car gondolas carry skiers from Vail Village to the upper ski slopes.
The area is also becoming a year round destination for outdoor activities.
It is most famous for having the second largest single ski mountain in North America.
The majority of tourism revolves around winter activities like skiing and snowboarding.
Vail also has a developed culinary center with a diverse variety of restaurants.
The BlueGirls deliver live entertainment at the Golden Peak Lodge in Vail, Colorado.