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Vail Car Rentals

Thrifty Car Rental –Vail (EGE)

216 Eldon Wilson Road
Gypsum, CO 81673
Phone: 970--549-2161


Ski enthusiasts can use their Vail rental cars to explore the world-famous skiing location located in the heart of Vail Valley in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. There is always something to do in Vail no matter what season it is. Visitors enjoy spending time on Vail's snow-covered mountains and ski slopes, numerous restaurants, unique boutiques and abundant nightlife. 

Annual events
Vail tourists can plan their trips around some of the town's biggest annual events, including the World Alpine Ski Championships. The next championship is scheduled for February 3-15 in 2015 at Vail and Beaver Creek.  Experience great food and wine as you and your partner explore the various dining festivals held in April. During the summer months, couples enjoy driving their Vail rental car to the July Fourth extravaganza and nationally renowned summer music and dance festivals. No matter what time of year it is, Vail offers a long list of outdoor activities for visitors and locals to enjoy.

Ski slopes and nightlife
Get into your Vail car rental and head straight from Eagle Vail Airport to your luxurious condo, ski lodge or resort to change clothes and hit the slopes. The city of Vail offers visitors seven miles of terrain to enjoy winter weather activities, including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and dog sledding. Visitors can sign up for group ski lessons or take a guided snowshoe tour to learn about Vail's history, wildlife and natural surroundings.

After spending the day in the winter white powder head into town with your Vail rental car to meet up with friends and hang out with locals. Make your rounds through local bars that feature dancing, live music and (heated) outdoor seating areas with breathtaking views of the mountains.

Dining and shopping
Park your Vail car rental, walk the town and discover an array of eateries. Vail offers visitors five-star restaurants with cuisine ranging from pizza to lavish breakfast buffets and European cuisine. It's a good idea to ask locals for dining recommendations and to call ahead and make a reservation during peak seasons and on weekends.

Stroll through downtown Vail before or after your meal and discover unique boutiques, outdoor shops and art galleries. Whether you are in need of new bindings, looking for jewelry or seeking a piece of art, the pedestrian-friendly town is easy to explore, so you'll surely find exactly what you are looking for.