Lodging Rates Starting From $90 Per Night During 2015 GoPro Mountain Games

April 3, 2015 (Vail, Colo.)—Lodging rates begin at $90 per night for spectators, athletes and visitors to Vail during the 2015 GoPro Mountain Games, the country’s largest celebration of adventure sports, music and mountain lifestyle. The 2015 GoPro Mountain Games are scheduled for June 4-7 in Vail, Colo. featuring nine different sports and 25 disciplines including: x-country and road cycling, freestyle, 8-Ball, sprint and extreme kayaking, raft cross, World Cup Bouldering, stand up paddle sprint and surf cross, as well as trail and road running, dog comps, the Ultimate Mountain Challenge and the ever popular mud run.

Rates begin at $90 for a one-bedroom condominium at Westwind in Lionshead. Other great lodging offers during the games include:
  • $99 per night for a valley side room with two queen beds at the Evergreen Lodge.
  • The Vail Racquet Club Mountain Resort is offering one-bedroom condominiums starting at $130 per night.
  • Guests interested in staying at the luxurious Sonnenalp Hotel have the option of $185 per night when staying three or more nights.
  • The newly renovated Lodge at Vail is offering room rates starting at $159 per night.
  • Upscale accommodations at Austria Haus begin at $189 per night.
  • For the traveler seeking ultra luxury accommodations, The Ritz-Carlton Residences is offering two-bedroom accommodations beginning  at $400 per night.
  • Arrabelle at Vail Square is offering luxury lodging in the heart of Lionshead beginning at $219 per night.
  • Save up to 30 percent off accommodations in Lionshead at Destination Resorts Vail, which is offering one-bedroom condominiums starting at $144 per night.

The Antlers at Vail is the Official Dog-Friendly Lodge of the GoPro Mountain Games and the property is offering savings up to 35 percent off nightly rates. Accommodations begin at $156 per night at The Antlers which offers studio suites to four-bedroom condominiums. As the Official Dog-Friendly Lodging Partner of the GoPro Mountain Games, the property is waiving its $25 daily pet fee for the first pet, per room. Another preferred property of the GoPro Mountain Games, the Evergreen Lodge also offers pet-friendly accommodations.

“We are happy to offer a variety of lodging offers to our athletes, spectators and visitors to Vail,” said Duncan Horner, vice president of marketing for the Vail Valley Foundation, organizers of the annual event. “The GoPro Mountain Games are a great way to kick off summer in Vail and these special lodging offers make it easy to play and stay in the resort.”

Some restrictions apply for lodging offers and all special rates are based on availability. For more information on lodging during the 2015 GoPro Mountain Games or to make a reservation, please visit

The GoPro Mountain Games is one of the most family-friendly events in Colorado and nearly a quarter of the event’s 2014 attendees were families. Throughout the four-day festival, kids can try kayaking, rock climbing, rafting, stand-up paddling, yoga, slacklining and ziplining all for free, and roam Gerber Gear Town to grab all sorts of swag from more than 80 exhibitors. Attendees are also encouraged to check out free concerts in Vail Village each night, the outdoor reel film series, GoPro training sessions, contests, giveaways and more.

The 2015 GoPro Mountain Games will feature more than $110,000 in prize money and some new additions and changes, including the Mountain Mud Run which will include a Kids-only wave, acting as a qualifier for the growing Kids Adventure Games race series, mud pit and multiple obstacles. The Mountain Games will shift away from the Slopestyle competition this June and plans to add a new event to the athletic line up. More details on the Mountain Mud Run, new competition(s) and the Mountains of Music free concert lineup will be announced soon. Athlete and spectator numbers are anticipated to break 60,000 during the weekend. Professional and amateur outdoor adventure athletes (both human and canine) can register for events at

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