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    Is there a better place for thrill-seekers than Vail? With skiing and snowboarding on North America's third longest slope, mountain biking, snowmobiling, ziplining, bobsledding, climbing, rafting, tubing, and kayaking, there's so much to do and so little time. While playing golf is decidedly less adrenaline fueled, there are courses in the Vail area that can provide the rush. The two best are at Red Sky Ranch and Golf Club.
    Jason Scott Deegan recalls the highs of his most recent Colorado golf trip, which included rounds at Redlands Mesa in Grand Junction, Red Sky in Wolcott, and Vail Golf Club.
    Don't just play golf at Vail Golf Club, the classic parkland muni located in the heart of the village. Add some exercise to your round. The 6,766-yard course is the rare layout in the Vail Valley where walking makes perfect sense. Riding is a great option, too: Not in a cart but on a golf bike.
    When the Vail Mountain ski slopes opened in 1962, the next question was: "What are we going to do in the summer?" It didn't take long to come up with the idea of Vail Golf Club. It's hard to beat a round of golf in the summer at these cooler temperatures. Vail has always done things first class, and that describes the experience here, David R. Holland writes.
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