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comfortable avon, colorado Lodging in the heart of the rocky mountains

Come to the beautiful Vail Valley and surround yourself with the majesty of the Rocky Mountains. Feel at home at Christie Lodge, where spacious one- and three-bedroom suites deliver comfortable amenities and a welcoming ambiance every day of the year. In the winter, enjoy world-class snow sports at nearby Vail or Beaver Creek Mountain Resorts, or snowmobiling, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the surrounding White River National Forest. When warm weather arrives, picnic and fish on the shores of pristine alpine lakes, golf on numerous nearby courses or hike, bike and horseback ride the miles of paved and dirt trails that wind through lush meadows and rugged peaks. It's all just outside your front door at The Christie Lodge.
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  • Two world-class resorts, varied terrain and Vail's fabled back bowls let everyone have the time of their life in the Rocky Mountains. Play for days and never see the same run twice.
  • Head off the beaten track and explore the Rocky Mountain back country with a guided snowmobile tour. Discover places unreachable any other way.
  • Explore the serene beauty of the White River National Forest with no distractions other than the sound of snow crunching beneath cross-country skis or snowshoes. 
  • Lace up your skates and get ready to show off your moves surrounded by soaring mountain peaks. Ice skating is a family activity that is fun for all ages.
  • The Christie Lodge offers opportunities for learning year-round, with winter programs and kids Vail activities that enlighten guests on our environment.
  • Tee off on spectacular mountain courses, designed by the top names in the game. Play through stunning Vail Valley landscapes that challenge players of all skill levels.
  • Miles of paved and dirt trails wind through wildflower meadows and the rugged slopes of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Explore nature by bike or foot and discover a whole new world.
  • Saddle up and head out for amazing adventures exploring the natural beauty of the Vail Valley. Suitable for all ages, a guided trail ride is an unforgettable experience.
  • A pristine alpine lake beckons you for standup paddleboarding, fishing, boating, kayaking and swimming. Enjoy family picnics along the grassy shores of this sparkling jewel.
  • Head out into the wild back country and explore the rugged side of the Rocky Mountains. Enjoy exciting ATV and jeep adventures that take you to extraordinary places deep in the valley.
  • Guests can explore summer educational opportunities and fun learning experiences at Walking Mountain Science Center, located on the north side of Avon.
  •  The Avon Live! Summer Concert Series returns in August offering four exceptional evenings of live music...rain or shine! The Wednesday evening music series is quickly becoming tradition and features award winning national talent and provides the community an opportunity to come together and experience music, fresh and unique foods from food-trucks and enjoy a summer evening outside.

  • Join us at Betty Ford Alpine Gardens' Education Center for an Intimate Evening with Kurt Fausch. For Love of Rivers will draw us into the international collaboration among stream ecologists to discover the strong hidden connections between rivers and their surrounding forests. Kurt will present the story captured in his book of the same title. "Like trees and music and good health, streams and rivers are a gift to us as humans… In the end, I believe we will need to understand how and why we love rivers, if we hope to conserve them". KURT D. FAUSCH is a professor Emeritus in the Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University, where he has taught for 33 years. His collaborative research has taken him throughout Colorado, the West, and worldwide, including to Hokkaido in northern Japan. His experiences in Japan were chronicled in the PBS documentary film "RiverWebs." He has received numerous awards from the American Fisheries Society and the World Council of Fisheries Societies, and served as the acting Director of the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology at CSU. Program Schedule: 5:30-5:45pm - Appetizers and Drinks 5:45pm - Presentation
  • Free to spectators. 

  • Free outdoor yoga at the Performance Pavilion in Avon, CO.

  • Join us for a reception with Artists of the Rare II: Imparilled Plants of Colorado Exhibit.
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