Vail Valley is an iconic example of luxurious alpine villages among the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. Located in Eagle County, a two-hour drive west of Denver, the Vail Valley is comprised of Vail, Beaver Creek, Edwards, Bachelor Gulch, Cordillera, and Avon. One of the largest ski resorts in North America, Vail Mountain boasts one of the most popular and prestigious ski destination resorts. In 1962, Vail Mountain opened to the public with one gondola and two chairlifts. Today, 31 lifts have the capacity to transport more than 60,000 skiers uphill per hour. The Alpine-style, pedestrian-friendly village core has world-class dining, shopping, and fine art galleries, and is home to two LIV Sotheby¹s International Realty offices located at 228 Bridge Street and 292 E Meadow Drive. The Vail Valley offers year-round cultural and recreational activities, including festivals, whitewater rafting, fishing, and golf. Six courses are located within an hour¹s radius, including world-famous Cordillera, and summer weather is dry and comfortable. Vail¹s dramatic Rocky peaks and 5,000 skiable acres are surrounded by 350,000 federally protected acres of the White River National Forest. Limits on development have contributed to keeping residential real estate values stable.