On Location: The Lodge at Vail

The International Wing at the Lodge at Vail overlooks al fresco dining at The Wildflower restaurant.

The Lodge at Vail, the first resort ever operated at the base of Vail Mountain in the Colorado Rockies, has been a meeting place from the day it opened its doors in the winter of 1962. Back then, local townspeople would gather in its lobby to collect their mail and discuss the news of the day in front of a welcoming fire. Now people gather from around the world to hold meetings in the

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