The 10th is located at the base of Look Ma run at Mid-Vail. Beginners may ski into The 10th using Meadows from Chair 3 or 4, or using Over Easy from Chair 2. Beginners may ski out of The 10th by accessing Chair 3 or 4, by using Git-a-long road to ski to Chair 2 or the bottom, or by downloading on Gondola One. Foot passenger traffic for lunch requires a scenic ride ticket or purchase of the Lift & Lunch dining package with a credit towards lunch.
Call (970) 754-1010 for reservations and more information.
The more than 13,000 square-foot, ski-in, ski-out restaurant features a main dining room with spectacular views of the Gore Range, a cozy bar and lounge with fireplace, and a south-facing outdoor deck that captures the afternoon sun and views of the Look Ma and Challenge trails. The restaurant’s beautiful design and finishes befit its mountain location while still offering a bit of contemporary flair. Reservations at The 10th are highly recommended!
MEET CHEF TIM MCCAW Chef McCaw has had a long tradition of culinary excellence in Colorado – he was born and raised here! With the ample game meats available in the Rocky Mountain state, Tim has worked with Lamb, Venison, Elk, Bison, and not to mention the fresh water Bass and Trout of the region. Utilizing the ingredients local to the area is the underlying basis of Chef Tim’s cuisine, and he thrives with creativity to blend varied cultural influences to his beloved Colorado products. In joining the culinary team at The 10th, Tim is fully embracing a Modern Alpine twist, balanced against traditional Western flavors and components. At the age of 15, Tim began his culinary journey, spending over a decade in various restaurants within the Denver Metro area, eventually seeking out the splendor of the mountains, and moving to the Vail Valley in 1998. Vail Resorts has been home for Chef McCaw over the last 17 years, especially Zach’s Cabin and Red Sky Ranch Golf Club. One of the highlights of Chef Tim’s career was to join the Alpine Ski World Championships bid committee; this venture started in Whistler during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and culminated in Antalya, Turkey, where Vail/Beaver Creek was awarded the 2015 Alpine Ski World Championships.