Eagle is conveniently located off I-70 in the Vail Valley, but moments after taking Exit 147 you’ll find yourself surrounded by picturesque views and a vibrant mountain community.

Below is our recommended shotlist and a selection of some of our favorite shots of Eagle. To request a hi-res image from the gallery below or from our library please email us at [email protected]

Eagle Mountain Biking
With more than 100 miles of pristine singletrack trails, Eagle, CO is a hub for endless mountain biking, hiking, trail running and horseback riding adventures for a wide range of ages and experience levels. | Photo Credit: Eagle Outside/Linda Guerrette
Tucked into the mountains, Sylvan Lake is a scenic 15-mile drive outside the Town of Eagle. Once you arrive at the State Park and setup camp, enjoy one of the many outdoor activities offered – hiking, mountain biking, boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, off-roading or just enjoying the view.
eagle co rafting
A trip to Eagle wouldn’t be complete without time in the Eagle River. A good time is waiting whether you seek relaxation, adventure or adrenaline.
Riding Together Eagle CO
Take a step back in time and access the backcountry surrounding Eagle on horseback. Horseback riding is allowed on all Town of Eagle Open Space and BLM trails.
Cowboys on a fence at the 78th Eagle County Fair & Rodeo
The spirit of the west shines front and center at the 78th Eagle County Fair & Rodeo.
Capitol Theater Eagle CO
Eagle is the quintessential mountain town. With its high-desert climate, mountainous landscape and position away from the hubbub of city life, Eagle is a wonderful place to live.
Fishing the lush waters in and around Eagle is a year-round sport. The vast meadows and mountain peaks always serve as your backdrop in both the snow and sunshine.

Recommended Shotlist

  • Areas of Interest
    • Downtown Eagle
    • Eagle River
    • Eagle Singletrack Trail System
    • Sylvan Lake
    • Eagle County BMX Park
    • Brush Creek Park and Pavillion
    • Eagle Ranch Golf Course
  • Festivals
    • Flight Days
    • ShowDown Town
    • Yoga in the Park
    • Yoga Festival
    • Fourth of July
    • Eagle Outside Festival + River Jam
    • Bonfire Brewing Block Party
Mountain Biking in the Fall
Heavenly temperatures, changing trees and mountainous landscapes saturated with fiery reds, oranges and yellows are just some of the benefits from tuning up your bike this fall. Get up close and personal with the season’s color spectacle while filling up your lungs with crisp Colorado air.
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