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10TH MOUNTAIN LEGACY TOUR

10TH HISTORY AND WHISKEY TOUR

Quick Details

8:30 AM – Pick up from the Vail Transportation Center by Nova Guides

9:00 AM-11:00 AM – Arrive at Camp Hale / Jeep Tour of 10th Mountain Division History

11:00 AM – Lunch at McAllister’s Grill inside the Lodge at Camp Hale

12:30 PM-1:30 PM – Explore Colorado Snowsport Museum Hall of Fame

1:30 PM – Whiskey tasting at 10th Mountain Whiskey Company

Please note: Guests source their own transportation back to their lodging location from 10th Mountain Whiskey Company.

Passenger Ages 3+
$139

10th Mountain Division History and Whiskey Tour

Dive into the fascinating history of the 10th Mountain Division at Camp Hale! Your adventure kicks off at the Vail Transportation Center, whisking you up to Camp Hale along the breathtaking Highway 24.

Once you arrive, get ready for an exciting tour of the valley floor, where you’ll uncover the incredible story behind the formation and training of the legendary 10th Mountain Division.

Enjoy a delicious full lunch at our cozy lodge right in Camp Hale. Afterward, the fun continues at the Colorado Snowsports Museum & Hall of Fame, where you’ll discover how the 10th Mountain soldiers revolutionized the ski industry as we know it today. Each tour includes a $35 gift card to the museum gift shop!

To top it all off, you’ll be led to the 10th Mountain Whiskey Company’s tasting room for a complimentary sampler.

What is the 10th Mountain Division?

The 10th Mountain Division, an elite unit of the United States Army, was established during World War II with a specific focus on mountain warfare. Trained in the rugged terrain of Camp Hale, Colorado, the division became renowned for its expertise in alpine and winter combat. Their rigorous training in the Colorado Rockies prepared them for critical battles in the Italian Alps, where they played a pivotal role in the Allied victory. Post-war, many veterans of the 10th Mountain Division significantly contributed to the development of the ski industry in Colorado, leaving a lasting legacy on both the military and recreational landscapes of the region.