This year the event will be held virtually, meaning that you can go out with your family and friends and celebrate Pink Vail in your own way, on your own day, on your own mountain. People from all over can take part.
Between March 26-28, participants are asked to ski, snowboard, snowshoe, hike, or move however they want, while wearing pink, of course, to honor those who have either battled cancer or died because of it. The money raised from this event benefits all patients at Vail Health’s Shaw Cancer Center, no matter what kind of cancer they have, through enhancements to patient care and patient programming.
Due to the event being canceled last year, the 2020 donations are being rolled into the 2021 donations. This year is also special as it marks the last Pink Vail. So, no excuses, get out there, wear a flamboyant pink costume and send Pink Vail out in style while raising money to help others. For more information, visit pinkvail.com.