The East Vail Neighborhood
For unspoiled advantages and the natural beauty of Vail, head to the neighborhood of East Vail. East Vail real estate for sale offers an ideal alpine setting that is less densely developed than Vail Village. As the Gore Creek flows down Vail Pass it enters East Vail among towering pines. The neighborhood is located a few miles to the east of Vail Village. Access between Vail and your East Vail real estate is easy with several Town of Vail bus stops scattered throughout the neighborhood. East Vail real estate is the first exit to Vail from Denver making it convenient for second home owners as well as locals. A small grocery store is located in the neighborhood that offers you essential needs.
With Vail Pass to the east a bike path runs through the Vail Golf Course to the west into Vail Village. East Vail is, perhaps, the perfect location for the avid outdoorsman. For hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers and ice-climbers, it’s nirvana. In late spring and summer, Gore Creek, with its lush aspen and lodge pole pines and surrounding waterfalls, comes alive. The Vail Racquet Club offers memberships for those that want access to a pool, spa, tennis courts, and a fitness center. A neighborhood hangout is Bighorn Park with its playground, off-leash dog park, picnic tables, open field and pond. Bikers can begin their day by riding up Vail Pass, and hikers have a choice of terrific hiking trails. From beginner to explore the trails of Bighorn Creek, Gore Creek, Pitkin Creek and Deluge Lake provide hikers with spectacular views, stunning aspen groves, waterfalls and high alpine lakes that cannot be found anywhere else in the valley. In winter, the cascading waterfalls turn to ice, and “The Fang,” a popular ice-climbing waterfall, comes to life.