Breckenridge Organic Therapy, one of the best dispensaries near the town of Vail and Vail Ski Resort, is an easy 42 minutes and 34.7 miles from Vail via I-70 E and CO-9. We’re delighted to serve both medical & recreational cannabis dispensary customers from Vail and beyond!
Why Choose Breckenridge Organic Therapy Recreational Marijuana Dispensary?
Our dispensary near Vail, CO, boasts the region’s most comprehensive selection of organically grown and locally sourced marijuana products. Discover for yourself the over 160 items on our menu. And our skilled staff can help visiting and local cannabis cognoscenti find the perfect products to meet their needs!
Cannabis epicureans, botanists, horticulturalists, and those who paid attention in science classes understand that the soil grade, organic cultivation practices, and the quality and lineage of the seeds have an immense effect on the health benefits, taste and scent profiles, and overall cannabis adventure.
Is marijuana legal in Colorado?
Happy tidings! Yes, marijuana is legal in Colorado!
Is marijuana legal in Vail?
If you’re planning a trip to Vaile and you’ve never been to Colorado, or if you’re new to the world of recreational cannabis, you might be wondering, is weed legal in Vail?
Yes, possession of cannabis is legal in Vail, Colorado. Unfortunately, there are no recreational dispensaries in Vail, and it’s illegal to consume cannabis publicly in Vail and on Vail Mountain.
Where can I consume marijuana in Vail, CO?
According to Colorado State Law and local ordinances in Vail, if the owner of the land does not forbid it, marijuana use may be permitted in private areas. Retail marijuana is meant to be used privately and personally. In the following places, marijuana use is not permitted for open or public consumption:
- Any public lands, grounds, or outdoor spaces, including common ways, streets, sidewalks, alleys, parking lots, or play areas
- Common areas of buildings or other spaces that are usually open to the general public
- Outdoor spaces that are accessible to the general population
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