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A publicity shot for Vail Associates showing the Vail gondola in the summertime.
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Aerial view of Vail, Colorado, including ski slopes. Verso: "Vail Village about 1985-1990. In 1948 we walked up the mt. and skied down."--Mayo Lanning Caption: Vail Mountain, the largest ski mountain in North America, seen from the air. 213 - Photo by Peter Runyon, Peter Runyon Postcards Inc., Box 1441 Vail, Colorado 81658.
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Vail Associates public relations photo showing Bridge Street in Vail with the Gore Range in the background.
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"A town combining Old World charm and an international "air" with Western hospitality and modern services, Vail Village sits at the foot of one of the best ski mountains in the world. Vail Mountain offers over 10 square miles of skiing terrain; Vail Village and Vail/LionsHead feature 74 bars and restaurants, 62 lodges and condominiums, plus dozens of shops and boutiques." -- caption Gold Peak ski racing run is in the background.
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Vail Associates public relations photo showing the gondola with the Gore Range in the background.
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The information desk at the Colorado Mountain College site at Vail, Colorado, located in Cascade Village in LionsHead. The building also included a movie theater.
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Public relations photo for "Mountain Madness," the annual spring party on Vail Mountain. Used in the "Glenwood Guide" and elsewhere. [Photo badly fingerprinted]
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"The beautifully landscaped LionsHead pedestrian mall is a pleasant place in summer for shop browsing and outdoor dining. The Vail gondola ski lift located in LionsHead takes visitors to the summit of Vail Mountain for scenic views of the Colorado high country. Free bus transportation links the LionsHead and Vail Village shopping areas." -- caption LionsHead was completely redone in 2008.
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The Colorado Mountain College site at Vail, Colorado, located in Cascade Village in Lionshead. The building also included a movie theater,
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View of Vail Village from a hotel room, October 4, 1982. "View from hotel room, up Gore Creek, during Olive's hospitalization with ankle broken at Fulford Cave." - John Gabelman