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Skaal Haus - 3 vacation rentals

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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Skaal Haus Travel Tips

Hiking Vail with Skaal Haus House Rentals

Hiking in the Rocky Mountains near Vail, Colorado is a great way to spend a vacation. What prohibits most average hikers from attaining the 11,000-foot peaks is the sheer altitude. Why? Because Vail Village is at 8,000 feet, and a net climb of 3,000 per day is an incredibly heavy workload. However, the gondolas of the Vail Ski Resort carry hikers to the summits every day. When you stay at Skaal Haus house rentals, just one of many Vail vacation rentals, you can get a "Rocky Mountain High" every day, then come down to a comfortable house at night.

Off-Season Vail

Summer is a great time to stay in Skaal Haus house rentals, since it's the off-season for Vail. Vail is a skiing hotspot, and in the summertime, its population is one-tenth of what it is in the winter. Accommodations through house rentals make staying there very competitive. In addition, the availability of a lift to the top of the summits of the Rockies makes it a unique place to stay. Once you're at the top, trails spread out, giving plenty of places to climb, and beautiful alpine forests and fields to explore. Skaal Haus cabin rentals will be waiting for you at the end of the day.

Alpine Wonders

The comfort a Skaal Haus cabin rentals and the proximity to the lifts make staying in Vail in the summer a great way for seniors and young children to enjoy the Rocky Mountains. The lifts allow hikers the rare chance to get above 10,000 feet without worrying about altitude sickness or spending a week climbing. (In order to acclimatize, hikers should only ascend 1,000 feet per day above 10,000 feet.) However, if you go up and down on a lift in one day, you only have to worry about not missing the view.

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