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If you like cross-country skiing or consider yourself a budding snowboarder, come to The Lodge at Vail in the wintertime. Accommodations are usually the most expensive between the Christmas holidays and President's Day Weekend, but the schedule during that time is generally covered in snow-capped fun, too. Summer weekends are also filled with festivals, music, dance and farmers markets, so Denver residents and people from other Colorado Front Range communities head to the mountains. Of course, other times of the year are pleasant around Vail, too. Both the spring (late March’s Vail Film Festival) and fall (disc golf and tubing at Adventure Ridge throughout September) have great events on the annual calendar as well.