Exit at Eagle Fall Edition – Get Off Here

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Next time you’re on I-70 looking for an amazing Colorado leaf peeping opportunity, Exit at Eagle. Eagle, CO is located just off I-70 Exit 147, between the towns of Vail and Glenwood Springs. Eagle offers 100 miles of singletrack through December, stunning views of changing aspens at Sylvan Lake, and a leafing loop that rivals most Colorado destinations.


Try one of many leafing loops featured on Rever.co or Butler Maps. Eagle is a top destination for motorcycle rides and Fall foliage. Take a ride, enjoy the scenery and Exit at Eagle to go “whole hog” on a prime, motorcycle adventure basecamp. | Learn More >>


Hike one of the many trails at Sylvan Lake State Park for incredible 360 views of Fall foliage. Peak leafing is usually end-September to mid-October, make sure Eagle is part of your leaf peeping adventure.

Ride 100 miles of singletrack from downtown Eagle through December 15. Eagle is one of few Colorado destinations with singletrack trails open from April through December.

Float the Eagle River and take in the beauty of this western landscape.

Relax at one of Eagle’s many spas after a long day of enjoying the outdoors. Shop in Eagle’s world-class boutiques and dine in one of the many downtown restaurants.


Craving something other than generic fast food? Exit Eagle for handcrafted food and locally brewed beer. Eat like a local and check out the wide variety of restaurants on Capitol or Broadway.


Eagle has lodging to fit every taste. From budget to luxury, Exit Eagle for your Fall adventure.

On a budget: Camp at Sylvan Lake State Park

Private Rentals: Eagle Vacation Rentals by Vacasa

Middle of the road:
Hawthorn Suites by Windham
Best Western Plus Eagle
Lodge and Suites
Eagle River Lodge
Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast


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