The Vail Valley is a 40-mile mountainous stretch along Interstate 70 in Eagle County, Colorado. The year-round population of the Vail Valley is around 40,000 people among a couple dozen communities. Each neighborhood and town has a unique appeal and diverse real estate. There are no passes between the communities, making traveling and commuting generally easy.
We put together this guide to give you a local perspective on each community. We’ll start in the westernmost town and move our way east.
Gypsum / Dotsero
Gypsum and Dotsero are neighboring towns around 35 miles west of Vail. The two communities have a number of working ranches and mines, and the town of Gypsum is named for the mineral found in the area. Gypsum is growing quickly and the…