On the Hill video report: Vail Pass rec path in great shape
June 6, 2013
Today’s activity: Road biking down Vail Pass.
Conditions: The Vail Pass Recreation Path is in fantastic shape after its recent resurfacing, and on a sunny day like Wednesday things were looking green and lush along side the path. Now in its second week of being open this season, it will soon see plenty of action with the GoPro Mountain Games half marathon coming this weekend. In the mean time, road biking is optimal on the path, which runs along side I-70.
Today’s weather: Mostly sunny, with a high near 67. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming north northwest in the morning. — National Weather Service
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Sundays June 16- Sept 22rd, 2013 on Meadow Drive in Vail Village from 10 AM- 3:30 PM.
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Mostly sunny, with a high near 67. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming north northwest in the morning.
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