Powder Passport: Vail Day Two

22nd February 2013 | Kelley McMillan

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Looking out across the Gore Range from Vail Mountain. - ©Jeff Cricco

Looking out across the Gore Range from Vail Mountain.
Copyright: Jeff Cricco

Looking out across the Gore Range from Vail Mountain. - ©Jeff Cricco
It's not uncommon to find powder while skiing at Vail. Depending on the day head to the trees for fresh stashes even a few days old. - ©Jeff Cricco

It's not uncommon to find powder while skiing at Vail. Depending on the day head to the trees for fresh stashes even a few days old.
Copyright: Jeff Cricco

It's not uncommon to find powder while skiing at Vail. Depending on the day head to the trees for fresh stashes even a few days old. - ©Jeff Cricco
Time your trip right and enjoy Vail's legendary back bowls on a blue sky powder day. Locals swear this is one of the reasons they stick around season after season after season. - ©Jack Affleck

Time your trip right and enjoy Vail's legendary back bowls on a blue sky powder day. Locals swear this is one of the reasons they stick around season after season after season.
Copyright: Jack Affleck

Time your trip right and enjoy Vail's legendary back bowls on a blue sky powder day. Locals swear this is one of the reasons they stick around season after season after season. - ©Jack Affleck
Not into sitting in the main dining room? Try the small sushi bar located just behind the reception desk.  - ©Liam Doran

Not into sitting in the main dining room? Try the small sushi bar located just behind the reception desk.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Not into sitting in the main dining room? Try the small sushi bar located just behind the reception desk.  - ©Liam Doran
Before heading to the mountain grab a quick bite to eat at the new cafe Daz Bog located inside the Sebastian Hotel.  - ©Sebastian Vail

Before heading to the mountain grab a quick bite to eat at the new cafe Daz Bog located inside the Sebastian Hotel.
Copyright: Sebastian Vail

Before heading to the mountain grab a quick bite to eat at the new cafe Daz Bog located inside the Sebastian Hotel.  - ©Sebastian Vail
Vail's legendary back bowls. - ©Jack Affleck

Vail's legendary back bowls.
Copyright: Jack Affleck

Vail's legendary back bowls. - ©Jack Affleck
Located less than five minutes from Gondola 1, the Sebastian is a premier boutique luxury hotel with one of Vail's most popular spas. - ©Sebastian Vail

Located less than five minutes from Gondola 1, the Sebastian is a premier boutique luxury hotel with one of Vail's most popular spas.
Copyright: Sebastian Vail

Located less than five minutes from Gondola 1, the Sebastian is a premier boutique luxury hotel with one of Vail's most popular spas. - ©Sebastian Vail
Vail's new Gondola has heated seats and wifi. To celebrate the mountain's 50th anniversary they painted one car gold. - ©Jeff Cricco

Vail's new Gondola has heated seats and wifi. To celebrate the mountain's 50th anniversary they painted one car gold.
Copyright: Jeff Cricco

Vail's new Gondola has heated seats and wifi. To celebrate the mountain's 50th anniversary they painted one car gold. - ©Jeff Cricco
The main dining room at Matushia. - ©Liam Doran

The main dining room at Matushia.
Copyright: Liam Doran

The main dining room at Matushia. - ©Liam Doran
Matushia is known for its world-class sushi. - ©Liam Doran

Matushia is known for its world-class sushi.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Matushia is known for its world-class sushi. - ©Liam Doran
Much more than your standard burger, the 10th does not disappoint. - ©Liam Doran

Much more than your standard burger, the 10th does not disappoint.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Much more than your standard burger, the 10th does not disappoint. - ©Liam Doran

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