Pink Vail 2021 will mark the 10th anniversary of Pink Vail and will also be the last year for the event! This family friendly event will look different in 2021 but the funds raised still benefit all patients at Vail Health Shaw Cancer Center. 100% of Pink Vail donations and registration fees benefit all patients at Shaw through enhancements to patient care and patient programming. All Shaw patients, whether male or female, no matter their cancer diagnosis, have the opportunity to benefit from Pink Vail funds throughout their cancer treatment experience and beyond. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.

Participants will be encouraged to celebrate the spirit of Pink Vail where they live and play. They will register and fundraise online like they always have. Then, they will pick a day between March 26-28 to celebrate Pink Vail their way! They can ski at their local mountain, take a hike or snowshoe, or simply go for a walk. The idea is to find their own way to commemorate a loved one or their own battle with cancer. As always, we will have great prizes to reward fundraising and participation efforts.



March 26-28 Pink Vail Scavenger Hunt - 

SCAVENGER HUNT CLUES >


If you will be skiing on Vail Mountain March 26-28 keep an eye out for our Pink Vail Scavenger Hunt. We will be offering fun clues that will take you around Vail Mountain throughout the weekend. When you scan the code on each sign you find, you will be entered in to win many fun prizes from our event sponsors and local businesses. Prizes will be awarded the week after the event. You must be a Pink Vail participant to win a prize. Prizes can be picked up in Edwards or mailed to the winners.



PINK VAIL GEAR FOR SALE
For the first time ever, we are offering a NEW online store where anyone can purchase our fantastic Pink Vail shirts, sweatshirts and hats. The NEW online store is now open at PinkVailGear.com
 

FUNDRAISING GEAR PICK UP: MARCH 23-28, 2021 

Fundraising Gear Pickup
Pink Vail participants have come to love our Pink Vail gear. This year is no different. Each participant will be able to pick up their fundraising gear at our COVID safe drive-thru gear pick up in Edwards or a walk-in location in Vail. We will be offering the opportunity for participants to pick up their Bula hats (raise $50), Yeti Mug (raise $500) and Helly Hansen gear (raise $1,000) based on how much they raised.

EDWARDS LOCATION: In Edwards behind Subway 429 Edwards Access Rd back parking lot
  • Tuesday, March 23, 10:00am-6:00pm
  • Wednesday, March 24, 12:00pm-6:00pm

VAIL LOCATION: Grand View Room in the Lionshead Parking structure
  • Friday, March 26, 11:00am-6:00pm
  • Saturday, March 27, 8:30am-2:30pm
  • Sunday, March 28, 8:30am-1:00pm  


EVENT DATES: MARCH 26-28, 2021

IN AND AROUND VAIL
  • Pink Vail Merchandise available for a donation in Vail Village. This will be the LAST time items are available, so get your shirts, hats and goodies while they last!
    • Pink Vail tent at the Vail Village bus stop
    • March 26-28, 8:30am – 2:30pm each day.
       
  • Pink Vail Interactive Commemorative Ribbon Display in Lionshead. Pink Vail is a time to remember friends, family and your own battle with cancer.
    • Pink Vail tent at the Lionshead bus stop
    • March 26-28, 8:30am – 3:00pm each day.
       
  • Celebration Ski Down Run, Ruder's Run on Vail Mountain. Each year participants have someone special that they ski or ride for during Pink Vail. This tradition continues this year! Participants have the opportunity ski or snowboard down Ruder’s Run on Vail Mountain. The official Pink Vail Trail.

Today I Am Skiing For______________ Medallions
The tradition continues with our 'Today I am skiing for ____________ medallions'. There are three places these medallions will be available.
  • March 23 and 24: Edwards Pink Vail Drive-Thru
  • March 26-28: Vail Village Pink Vail Gear Tent 
  • March 26-28: Lionshead Bus Stop Pink Vail Tent 

Instagram Pink Vail costume contest sponsored by FirstBank
We can’t have Pink Vail without costumes! No matter where you are celebrating Pink Vail, it’s time to get dressed up and win prizes. Post your team and individual costume photos your Instagram page and tag #pinkvailcostume. Our team of judges will be choosing their favorites from #pinkvailcostume between March 26-28. Prizes will be awarded for the categories listed below. Prizes will be announced on Wednesday, March 31. To be enter into the costume contest you must be a registered participant.
  • Best team costume
  • Best adult individual costume
  • Best child individual costume

Pink Vail Scavenger Hunt
If you will be skiing on Vail Mountain March 26-28 keep an eye out for our Pink Vail Scavenger Hunt. We will be offering fun clues that will take you around Vail Mountain throughout the weekend. When you scan the code on each sign you find, you will be entered in to win many fun prizes from our event sponsors and local businesses. Prizes will be awarded the week after the event. You must be a Pink Vail participant to win a prize. Prizes can be picked up in Edwards or mailed to the winners.

Pink Vail Event Video
Have you always wanted to be in our Pink Vail event video? Now’s your chance! Go out and celebrate Pink Vail YOUR WAY and show us your celebration. Upload your day of photos and videos to our Pink Vail’s Google Folder. We will be pulling photos and videos down as they come in to start creating the Pink Vail 2021 event video.

A few reminders for the pictures and videos
  • Keep your videos short, 60 seconds or under
  • When creating the videos we are looking for teams and individuals having fun and celebrating THEIR WAY. Audio can be difficult in an outdoor setting. So please limit.
  • Make sure videos and photos are family friendly!
  • When taking video please hold camera and video landscape mode
  • Set your phone or video device to at least 1080p quality
  • Upload no later than noon on Monday, March 29

Register as an individual, start a team or join a team and ask friends and family to support your fundraising efforts. Personalize your fundraising page: explain why are you getting involved, what is your connection to the cause? The sad truth is that everyone has been touched by cancer. Pink Vail gives us a chance to support local men and women fighting the disease, celebrate survivors, and commemorate those who have lost their battle with cancer. Pink Vail is not just for breast cancer patients. The money raised helps ALL patients at Shaw Cancer Center.

Vail is a destination for visitors from around the world. With over 5,000 skiable acres, Vail Mountain is one of the largest ski resort in the United States and consistently rates as one of North America’s top ski resorts, attracting over 1 million skiers per season.

2021 is the 10 year anniversary of Pink Vail! We are excited to say Pink Vail has raised over $5 million for ALL patients at Shaw Cancer Center. 

In 2012, the inaugural year of Pink Vail, funds raised exceeded the initial goal by 60%. Feedback was wildly positive, and all funds directly benefitted all patients at Shaw Cancer Center through enhancements to patient care and patient programming.

In 2013, participation and funds raised nearly doubled, the momentum has continued every year and in 2018, Pink Vail numbers hit an all-time high - thanks to almost 2,500 participants, 208 teams, and 325 volunteers, over $913,000 were raised.


Shaw Cancer Center is a service of Vail Health Hospital and supported by Vail Health Services Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Contributions are tax deductible as allowable by law, tax ID #74-2505662.

Vail Mountain facilities, operated by Vail Associates, Inc., are located within the White River National Forest and are under permit from the Forest Service, U.S.D.A.




100% of Pink Vail donations and registration fees benefit all patients at Vail Health Shaw Cancer Center through enhancements to patient care and patient programming. All Shaw patients, whether male or female, no matter their cancer diagnosis, have the opportunity to benefit from Pink Vail funds throughout their cancer treatment experience and beyond. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.