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SKI WITH ALIX weekend in Park City March 2021

snowmass special deal

SKI WITH ALIX weekend in Park City March 2021

Park City, Utah

Book by August 31, 2020.

TRAVEL DATES: March 4 – 7th 2021 (3 nights)

PACKAGE PRICE:

  • $1,049.00 per person based on double occupancy
  • $690 single supplement
  • $325.00 Per person deposit due to confirm
  • Remaining balance due February 1, 2021.

CANCELLATION TERMS:

  • Cancellations outside of 30 days from arrival date would forfeit the $325 non-refundable deposit.
  • Cancellations within 30 days of arrival date would forfeit 100% penalty.
  • Travel insurance is always recommended and can be an “add on” component.

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Round-trip shared transfer from SLC airport <> lodging accommodation in Park City
  • 3 nights of lodging in a One Bedroom Suite at Sundial Lodge
  • 2 day Epic Day Pass, first ski day being 3/5. Two days of skiing
  • Apres ski party on 3/5, includes a voucher for 2 drinks per person and appetizers

POSSIBLE ADDONS:

  • Travel Insurance
  • Airline tickets
  • Equipment rentals (ski butlers pricing is below)
  • Ski or Snowboard group or private lessons

SKI BUTLERS:

  • Delivery, private in-room fitting upon arrival in their accommodation, and equipment pick up after the last day of skiing
  • 2 Day Performance Ski Package = $140 per adult ($70 per day)

Alix put together this amazing package for your ski weekend in Park City!

Direct line: 435.602.0722
Toll-free: 800 755 1330 ext 3422
e-mail: alix@alpineadventures.net

The thrills are everywhere at Park City. Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, sledding, laughing, screaming.

Park City Mountain Village

Nestled at 6,900 feet above sea level, the Park City mountain village was developed when the first ski lift was constructed over 50 years ago in 1963.
Since then, many changes and events have taken place to re-write Park City’s future as a top-ten ski destination—including hosting the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and more recently, the creation of the largest ski resort in the United States.

For quick access to our fantastic learning terrain, or to lay first tracks in the deep powder of Jupiter and McConkey’s bowls, you’ll want to book your lodging near the Park City mountain village.

Park City Town

Main Street provides an array of nightlife, restaurants, and lodging options. Park City Mountain Central Reservations is your one-stop-shop for booking your vacation.

Park City is the only resort with lift access directly to the town’s historic Main Street. You can ski or ride down Quit’N Time or Creole runs to the multitude of shops, restaurants, bars, and galleries that give Park City its authentic mining town look and feel. And with ski-in/ski-out access to the resort, you can access the largest ski resort in North America directly from Main Street.

Just steps away from the slopes, with its intimate lobby, rooftop hot tub, outdoor heated pool, exercise room and ruggedly elegant atmosphere, sits The Sundial Lodge. Rising five stories above the heart of Canyons Village, the Sundial Lodge is in the center of all the action.

From sunrise to sundown and beyond, Sundial Lodge is Canyons Village at its best. Inspired by Utah’s grand mountain lodges and its unmistakable landscape, Sundial Lodge defines the essence of Canyons Village. Located just steps from the Red Pine Gondola, this property offers guest room accommodations including individual hotel rooms, studios, and 1-2 bedroom suites.

Nearest Lift and Terrain Serviced: Orange Bubble Express & Red Pine Gondola Nearest Ticket Office: Ticket Office in Canyons Village Nearest Rental Shop: Canyon Mountain Rentals in Canyons Village

Top Property Amenities: Complimentary Underground Parking, Secure Ski Check, Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub, Bell/Valet Desk (Seasonal), Fitness Center, Steam Room & Sauna, Shuttle (Seasonal)

Top Unit Amenities: Complimentary wireless internet, Gas fireplaces in suites, Kitchens in suites.

Ancient Cedars, Whistler, Canada

PROPERTY: Ancient Cedars

  • Bedrooms: 7: 2 Masters suites with king beds, 3rd guest room with king, 2 ground floor rooms with queen and 2 rooms with 2 singles.
  • Bathrooms: 7
  • Sleep Capacity: 14
  • Pool
  • Hot tub

Outdoor Amenities

  • Pool
  • Hot tub
  • BBQ grill

Indoor Amenities

  • Wine cellar
  • Dining area for 10 people
  • Ping pong table
  • Wet bar
  • Elevator
  • Chef’s kitchen
  • Indoor fireplace
  • Sonos sound system
  • Foosball table

Essentials

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Heated floors
  • Cable TV
  • Garage parking
  • Parking
  • Heating
  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Espresso machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Terrace

SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN WHISTLER

 

Unique to British Columbia’s coast, floatplane tours are one of Whistler’s most spectacular activities
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding mountain ranges, glaciers, valleys, rivers and lakes
See a glacier close-up or enjoy a picnic lunch on a crystal clear alpine lake
Tours available from June 26 – October 2, 2020

 

Fly deep into the pristine and rugged landscape of the Coast Mountains.
Fly over knife-sharp peaks, ancient glaciers, hidden lakes and valleys and stunning ice formations.
Choose from short scenic flights to more adventurous journeys like heli-snowmobiling or ice-cave explorations.
Helicopter tours run year-round and are weather dependent.

 

Whistler Blackcomb’s new suspension bridge is the latest mountain innovation open during the summer months. It stretches 130 meters (427 feet) from the top of Whistler Peak to the West Ridge, crossing over Whistler Bowl at 2,182 meters (7,160 feet) above sea level. At the far end is Raven’s Eye, a 360-degree platform where you can enjoy an uninterrupted view of the surrounding mountains. Access is included in the PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Summer Experience ticket, so you can make this trip part of a full day of adventure.

 

Add gravity power to your mountain biking at the renowned Whistler Mountain Bike Park, one of the biggest and best lift-accessed bike parks in the world. With three zones including the epic alpine Top of the World trail, you’ll need days to explore it all.

 

Ramble out to the Lake
Bike or stroll from the Village to explore Whistler’s lakes and parks. Hint: bring a Frisbee to play the “Powerline” disc golf course at Lost Lake. Go paddleboarding or kayaking, take a picnic to the park and bring your fur baby along for some fun at the dog beach.

 

Stunning 360-degree views of Whistler Village, mountain peaks, lakes, glaciers, and forests.
Watch the machinery in action and learn about the record-breaking lift in the PEAK 2 PEAK Viewing Gallery. Dine on the rooftop of the world with views of the ski slopes and towering peaks. Ride the special glass-bottom gondola for a bird’s-eye view of the forest.

 

Fly through the forest on an exhilarating high wire adventure – no experience required!
Glide over spectacular creeks and through majestic old-growth trees on a guided tour.

Learn about Whistler’s ecology and wildlife and laugh out loud with the whole family. Feel free as a bird with high quality safety systems and expert supervision.

Play four championship golf courses from four of the world’s top designers.

Superb playing conditions in the fresh mountain air with average summer temperatures of 17°C to 27°C (62°F to 80°F).

Stay in a renowned Olympic resort where courses are close to spas, fine dining, and outdoor activities.

Enjoy more golf rounds with a long-playing season – courses are open from the end of April until late October.

All courses rated as SCORE Golf’s Best Public Courses in Canada, recognizing the Top 59 public courses nationwide.

 

A chance to view Whistler’s famous black bears and cubs in their natural habitat – don’t forget the camera! Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are home to up to 60 black bears and cubs.

Learn about Whistlers flora and fauna from experienced guides and researchers.

Travel in comfort in a 4×4 vehicle to bear viewing areas, feeding sites, daybeds and dens.

Bear Viewing tours typically run from April/May – September/October

Enjoy modern luxury amid centuries-old landscapes at Ancient Cedars.

This Whistler vacation rental may sit among the timeless forests and mountains of B.C., but its contemporary architecture and thoughtful amenities are decidedly of the moment. Its style is matched by an incredible setting in the exclusive Kadenwood neighborhood that offers ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes.

Look out over Whistler and the surrounding Tantalus Range from a heated patio that can be enjoyed year-round. The outdoor areas also feature a heated pool, hot tub and barbecue; inside, there’s a wet bar, wine cellar, ping-pong and foosball tables, cable TV, a Sonos sound system and Wi-Fi. Flip on the heated floors or fireplace to stay cozy, and let the elevator whisk you from one floor to the next.

A great room framed in wood and glass is the perfect spot to gather with friends and family to reconnect, dine and watch the sunset over the mountains. The open-concept space has two sitting areas—one with a fireplace and one with a TV—and a dining table for ten, plus a fully equipped kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances.

Ancient Cedars has three bedrooms with king beds, including one master bedroom with a honeymoon-suite-inspired lounge area and private terrace. There are also two bedrooms with queen beds and two bedrooms with two twin beds each. All seven bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.

If you’ve come for a ski holiday, you’ll appreciate being able to ski out the front door to the private Kadenwood gondola, less than a quarter-mile away. For shopping, dining and your apres-ski needs, it’s about a 10-minute drive to Creekside Village and the main Whistler Village. If you’re visiting during the summer, you’ll find two golf courses nearby, plus beautiful Blueberry Beach on scenic Alta Lake.

COVE HOLLOW ESTATE, Park City, Utah

PROPERTY: COVE HOLLOW ESTATE

  • Bedrooms: 5 + Den + Loft
  • Bathrooms: 5.5
  • Occupancy: 12
  • Master : 1 King, 2nd : 1 King, 3rd: 2 Queens, 4th: 1 King, 5th : 1 Twin, 1 Twin Bunk

Amenities:

  • Access to unit – with stairs
  • Amazing Views
  • BBQ (Year-round)
  • Bath towels
  • Blender
  • Central Air conditioning
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishwasher
  • Exquisite Views
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Flat screen TV(s)
  • Flooring in unit: carpet/tile/wood
  • Full Kitchen
  • Full Size Refrigerator
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Granite Countertops
  • Hair Dryer
  • Hangers
  • High Speed Internet
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Microwave
  • Multiple Fireplaces
  • New Appliances
  • Non-Smoking Unit
  • On the mountain
  • Oven
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Private 3-Car Garage
  • Private Balcony
  • Private Deck
  • Private Plunge Pool
  • Refrigerator
  • Ski Storage
  • Spacious Dining Room
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • WIFI
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wine Cellar
  • Wine Cooler
  • Wine fridge

SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN PARK CITY AND DEER VALLEY

Take in the absolute best views of Park City with a hot air balloon ride high above the town. Gaze out over Kamas Valley as you ascend thousands of feet into the sky with the Wasatch Mountains forming a rugged skyline to the west and the streets of Park City gradually getting smaller and smaller. It’s a smooth ride to the top where quiet contemplation awaits.

With the balloon fully inflated and the colorful panels of fabric standing at attention, it’s time for your flight. The ascension to the sky will take place gradually. So gentle is the rise that you might be 1,000 feet up in the air before you notice the height you’ve climbed. Because of this, hot air balloon rides are recommended even for those with a fear of heights—as long as they are not in a state of panic—and some have even cited the experience as helpful in overcoming this fear.

During winter, the snow-capped mountains and frost-covered land is a magnificent sight to behold. Come spring, the green of new life begins to emerge and you can see both snow and defrosted forests. Summertime typically offers clear blue skies and green landscapes as far as the eye can see. Once fall has set in, the view is dotted with trees turning autumnal hues of orange, red, and yellow.

Autumn Aloft

Park City is so ideal for hot air ballooning that the town even hosts a yearly event dedicated to recreation. Every September, a weekend is set aside to appreciate these colorful giants during Autumn Aloft. Balloonists come from all over the world to show off their special hot air balloons and you never know what shape they might take, from frogs and owls to rainbow-colored marvels.

If you’re looking for a unique activity to add to your Park City adventure, hot air ballooning is for you!

Enjoy easy access to fifteen golf courses

You can golf in Park City the same day you fly in. It’s true. Park City golf courses are less than an hour away from Salt Lake City International Airport. The hard part is deciding which Park City golf course you should play first. Park City and the surrounding area are home to seven public and eight private courses.

Once you’ve chosen a course – perhaps one designed by William Neff or a Rees Jones championship course, or local Park City Golf Club, your next challenge will be to master the art of hiding your shock over how much further your ball soars. Go ahead and tout the bragging rights of your improved game to friends back home. We’ll keep your secret about how mountain location actually adds distance to your shot. And it certainly doesn’t hurt your game when you play in summer temperatures that are generally milder than many other golf destinations.

When an idyllic, vista-filled day of Park City golfing is over, reward your hard work on the course with Park City’s endless options for mouthwatering cuisine and refreshing libations on Historic Main Street and throughout town. Again, more decisions. But you can’t go wrong here.

While the trails in Park City are full of runners and cyclists, horseback riders in Park City know that one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful mountain vistas is from the seat of a saddle.

The horses stabled by Park City guides are kind, responsive, and emotional creatures. Plus, they love to go out on the mountain trails having made the journey countless times. Even if you have limited horseback riding experience, you can and find a stable and tour that will allow you to get the most out of Park City’s spectacular terrain.

Summer means you’ll get a whisk of cool mountain air from atop your horse and a great view of meadows full of wildflowers and sublime mountain peaks. You may even see a grazing deer or elk during your traverse through the wilderness.

With thousands of square acreage throughout the valley, some might go a lifetime on horseback and never see the same spot twice. So bring your curiosity and your love of animals to the wild West and take life by the reins.

River Rafting and Tubing in Park City
Enjoy the refreshing white waters of the Weber River and Provo River by going rafting, kayaking, or tubing. When it comes to rafting, there are plenty of options for groups of any size or experience level. Board a vivid orange raft with family or friends and take an exhilarating ride down the river!

Park City is a prime destination for river rafting, kayaking, and any kind of water sport you can imagine. If you enjoy water activities or want to explore stunning lakes and rivers, Park City is an excellent place for your next vacation!

Park City has plenty to offer thrill seekers and adventurers who are ready for some action. Want to race through the mountain terrain or soar high above canyons and rivers? You can take a wild ride on Park City’s Alpine Coaster, sign up for a zipline tour, or race downhill in a bobsled.

Bobsledding on the 2002 Winter Olympics Track
Have you ever imagined being an Olympic athlete? At Comet Bobsled, you can feel like a true Olympian on the very same track where the bobsled, luge, and skeleton events were held during the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The bobsleds are modified to roll down the concrete surface of the track and can fit three passengers. You’ll be piloted by a professional bobsledder as you race down the twists and turns at speeds of up to 60 mph. This ultimate bobsled experience is perfect for adrenaline junkies and Olympics fans alike.

Incredible Zipline Adventure Tours in Park City
With its flowing rivers and rugged mountain peaks, Park City is a popular destination for ziplining.
Utah Olympic Park’s Zip Tour features seven towers and a zipline that lets you fly 161 feet at 40 mph above the most scenic areas of the Olympic Park. The Zip Tour is open seven days a week during the summer, so you have plenty of opportunities to try it out.

Park City’s Alpine Coaster
Mountains meet amusement park with Park City’s amazing Alpine Coaster, a thrilling and unique ride you must experience. The coaster features an elevated track that twists and turns over a mile of loops, curves, and turns, offering spectacular views of mountain scenery. Each car can fit two passengers, and you are responsible for driving the car over the track. If racing downhill through fields and mountain terrain appeals to you, then you don’t want to miss the Alpine Coaster.

These are some of the best options for Park City visitors who are looking to have thrilling and exhilarating experiences during their stay. If you want to ride a mountain coaster, soar on the longest zipline in the country, or race a bobsled on an Olympic track, you should definitely plan a visit to Park City.

Outdoor living that is unsurpassed

Boasting over 15 acres with beautiful views, an on-property trail, and a home that provides function and luxury. With outdoor living that is unsurpassed with a beautiful garden, create a gourmet meal in the outdoor kitchen, take a relaxing dip in the pool, or hike numerous trails within an arm’s length. Nestled in the hills of Cove Hollow, proximity to Old Town Park City, Park City Mountain Resort, and the I-80 junction are all within 10 minutes or less. The high-end finishes and meticulously manicured landscaping create an atmosphere that is serene and unassumingly elegant. With over 6,000 square feet, 5 bedrooms, and 6 bathrooms this home has plenty of elbow room for all your guests and family members. Imagine coming back to this home after a long day of skiing and sipping your favorite warm beverage in the pool or soaking in the warm sunshine on your tiered lawn after a perfect mountain bike ride..

Luxury Colony Estate, Park City, Utah

PROPERTY: LUXURY 5 BEDROOM COLONY ESTATE

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 8
  • Occupancy: 16
  • Master : 1 King, 2nd : 1 King, 3rd : 1 King, 4th: 1 Queen, 5th: 1 Queen, 1 Twin/Queen Bunk

Amenities:

  • Access to unit – with stairs
  • Amazing Views
  • BBQ Grill
  • Central Air conditioning
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishwasher
  • Exquisite Ski Resort Views
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Fireplace Gas
  • Fireplace Wood
  • Flat screen TV(s)
  • Flooring in unit: carpet/tile/wood
  • Full Kitchen
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Granite Countertops
  • Hangers
  • Heated Driveway
  • Heated Floors
  • Media Room
  • Microwave
  • Mountain Views
  • Multiple Fireplaces
  • Multiple Private Decks
  • On the mountain
  • Open Floor Plan
  • Oven
  • Private 3-Car Garage
  • Private Balcony
  • Private Deck
  • Private Elevator
  • Private Hot Tub
  • Refrigerator
  • Ski Resort Views
  • Ski Storage
  • Ski-in ski-out
  • Smoke Detector
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Viking Appliances
  • WIFI
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wet Bar
  • Wine Cooler
  • Wine fridge
  • Wireless Internet
  • Wolf Appliances

SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN PARK CITY AND DEER VALLEY

Take in the absolute best views of Park City with a hot air balloon ride high above the town. Gaze out over Kamas Valley as you ascend thousands of feet into the sky with the Wasatch Mountains forming a rugged skyline to the west and the streets of Park City gradually getting smaller and smaller. It’s a smooth ride to the top where quiet contemplation awaits.

With the balloon fully inflated and the colorful panels of fabric standing at attention, it’s time for your flight. The ascension to the sky will take place gradually. So gentle is the rise that you might be 1,000 feet up in the air before you notice the height you’ve climbed. Because of this, hot air balloon rides are recommended even for those with a fear of heights—as long as they are not in a state of panic—and some have even cited the experience as helpful in overcoming this fear.

During winter, the snow-capped mountains and frost-covered land is a magnificent sight to behold. Come spring, the green of new life begins to emerge and you can see both snow and defrosted forests. Summertime typically offers clear blue skies and green landscapes as far as the eye can see. Once fall has set in, the view is dotted with trees turning autumnal hues of orange, red, and yellow.

Autumn Aloft

Park City is so ideal for hot air ballooning that the town even hosts a yearly event dedicated to recreation. Every September, a weekend is set aside to appreciate these colorful giants during Autumn Aloft. Balloonists come from all over the world to show off their special hot air balloons and you never know what shape they might take, from frogs and owls to rainbow-colored marvels.

If you’re looking for a unique activity to add to your Park City adventure, hot air ballooning is for you!

Enjoy easy access to fifteen golf courses

You can golf in Park City the same day you fly in. It’s true. Park City golf courses are less than an hour away from Salt Lake City International Airport. The hard part is deciding which Park City golf course you should play first. Park City and the surrounding area are home to seven public and eight private courses.

Once you’ve chosen a course – perhaps one designed by William Neff or a Rees Jones championship course, or local Park City Golf Club, your next challenge will be to master the art of hiding your shock over how much further your ball soars. Go ahead and tout the bragging rights of your improved game to friends back home. We’ll keep your secret about how mountain location actually adds distance to your shot. And it certainly doesn’t hurt your game when you play in summer temperatures that are generally milder than many other golf destinations.

When an idyllic, vista-filled day of Park City golfing is over, reward your hard work on the course with Park City’s endless options for mouthwatering cuisine and refreshing libations on Historic Main Street and throughout town. Again, more decisions. But you can’t go wrong here.

While the trails in Park City are full of runners and cyclists, horseback riders in Park City know that one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful mountain vistas is from the seat of a saddle.

The horses stabled by Park City guides are kind, responsive, and emotional creatures. Plus, they love to go out on the mountain trails having made the journey countless times. Even if you have limited horseback riding experience, you can and find a stable and tour that will allow you to get the most out of Park City’s spectacular terrain.

Summer means you’ll get a whisk of cool mountain air from atop your horse and a great view of meadows full of wildflowers and sublime mountain peaks. You may even see a grazing deer or elk during your traverse through the wilderness.

With thousands of square acreage throughout the valley, some might go a lifetime on horseback and never see the same spot twice. So bring your curiosity and your love of animals to the wild West and take life by the reins.

River Rafting and Tubing in Park City
Enjoy the refreshing white waters of the Weber River and Provo River by going rafting, kayaking, or tubing. When it comes to rafting, there are plenty of options for groups of any size or experience level. Board a vivid orange raft with family or friends and take an exhilarating ride down the river!

Park City is a prime destination for river rafting, kayaking, and any kind of water sport you can imagine. If you enjoy water activities or want to explore stunning lakes and rivers, Park City is an excellent place for your next vacation!

Park City has plenty to offer thrill seekers and adventurers who are ready for some action. Want to race through the mountain terrain or soar high above canyons and rivers? You can take a wild ride on Park City’s Alpine Coaster, sign up for a zipline tour, or race downhill in a bobsled.

Bobsledding on the 2002 Winter Olympics Track
Have you ever imagined being an Olympic athlete? At Comet Bobsled, you can feel like a true Olympian on the very same track where the bobsled, luge, and skeleton events were held during the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The bobsleds are modified to roll down the concrete surface of the track and can fit three passengers. You’ll be piloted by a professional bobsledder as you race down the twists and turns at speeds of up to 60 mph. This ultimate bobsled experience is perfect for adrenaline junkies and Olympics fans alike.

Incredible Zipline Adventure Tours in Park City
With its flowing rivers and rugged mountain peaks, Park City is a popular destination for ziplining.
Utah Olympic Park’s Zip Tour features seven towers and a zipline that lets you fly 161 feet at 40 mph above the most scenic areas of the Olympic Park. The Zip Tour is open seven days a week during the summer, so you have plenty of opportunities to try it out.

Park City’s Alpine Coaster
Mountains meet amusement park with Park City’s amazing Alpine Coaster, a thrilling and unique ride you must experience. The coaster features an elevated track that twists and turns over a mile of loops, curves, and turns, offering spectacular views of mountain scenery. Each car can fit two passengers, and you are responsible for driving the car over the track. If racing downhill through fields and mountain terrain appeals to you, then you don’t want to miss the Alpine Coaster.

These are some of the best options for Park City visitors who are looking to have thrilling and exhilarating experiences during their stay. If you want to ride a mountain coaster, soar on the longest zipline in the country, or race a bobsled on an Olympic track, you should definitely plan a visit to Park City.

This stunning Colony home is nestled among the aspens and pines, in the quiet solitude of the mountains.

Whether it’s spring, summer, fall, or winter, you’ll immediately fall in love with this striking 5BR home in the exclusive Colony neighborhood of the Canyons. Boasting a maximum capacity of 16, you’ll be dazzled by the bright, numerous windows and luxurious exterior as you pull into the driveway. Soaring ceilings and spectacular views await you from every room, and the private hot tub on the deck beckons you to sit back, relax, and enjoy your stay. Modern design is melded with mountain luxury perfectly – metal furnishings complement soft, fluffy carpets and plush sofas throughout the living spaces, giving this home a deluxe feel in every room.

The kitchen is a delight, equipped with granite countertops, stainless steel Wolf appliances, and all the cookery and gadgets you require to whip up a delicious meal. There’s even a recreation room downstairs, equipped with a ping pong table, television, shuffleboard, and a wet bar. And don’t forget about the beautiful private hot tub – after a long day of hiking or hitting the slopes, it’s the perfect way to relax in peace and quiet.

There is a spacious mudroom with space to store your skis, boards, and ski clothes, and the ski access is second to none – strap on your gear and pop straight out the door onto the slopes! This home has a unique living-room-top ski-in/ski-out access via the Dawn trail, located between Day Break and Dreamscape. There is over 2000 square feet of outdoor deck space, too – ideal for summer barbecues or outdoor hangouts!

Each of the bedrooms has its own en-suite bathroom, and there are two powder rooms on the main levels plus an additional bathroom near the recreation room in the basement. The master bedroom has a king, the second bedroom has a king, the third bedroom has a king, the fourth bedroom has a queen, and the fifth bedroom serves as the bunk room, with two twin over queen bunks and an additional queen loft bed.

Columbia Manor, Telluride Colorado

PROPERTY: Columbia Manor

  • Bedrooms: 7
  • King Bed x2, Queen Bed x2, Twin Bunk Beds, Full/Twin BunkBeds x2, Twin Beds x2
  • Bathrooms: 7
  • Sleep Capacity: 14
  • Mountain View
  • Area: MV Outside Core

Amenities:

  • View Mountain View
  • Rating Platinum
  • Hot Tub One Private Outdoor
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis Available
  • Laundry Private Inside Unit
  • Parking Attached Private
  • Parking Spaces Four
  • Stories 2
  • Game Room Private Inside Unit
  • Pool Table Private Inside Unit

SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN TELLURIDE

Telluride’s rich mining heritage left a legacy of intertwined jeep roads, providing access to some of the area’s highest mountain passes. Travel to Telluride’s high country to view beautiful mountain vistas, alpine lakes, waterfalls, wildflowers, ghost towns and mining ruins. From moderate overpasses to extreme roads, there is nothing like a 4×4 adventure ride on some of Colorado’s most breathtaking mountain roads! Tour Imogene Pass, one of the most popular mountain passes, connecting Telluride to Ouray or explore one of the many other off-road routes such as Bridal Veil Falls, Last Dollar Road, Ophir Pass, Alta Lakes or Black Bear Pass (one way East to West, advanced drivers only).
Mountain driving experience is highly recommended for all visitors venturing out on their own.

Trails:

Bridal Veil Falls (4.2 miles one-way to top of falls)
Alta Lakes (5 miles one way)
Black Bear Pass (3.6 miles one way from Red Mountain Pass to Bridal Veil Intersection)
Illium Road/Ames (6 miles one way)
Ophir Pass (6 miles one way from Hwy-145 to top of pass)
Tomboy Road, Town of Tomboy & Imogene Pass (5 miles to ghost town of Tomboy)

According to science, golf balls fly further at elevation. See for yourself on the Telluride Golf Course.

Telluride Golf Course
This par 71, 6,739-yard, 18-hole, mountain resort course is surrounded by the highest concentration of 14,000-foot mountains in the United States. Perched 9,300 feet above sea level, the elevation works to your advantage as Telluride’s thin air creates less resistance against the golf ball during flight, translating to 15 percent more distance. The course offers meandering fairways that wind through aspen groves and towering pines and beside mountain ponds and sparkling streams.

The Telluride Golf Course was constructed in 1992 and serves as a private club for members, as well as a public course for locals and guests. The Pro Shop and Clubhouse are located at The Peaks Resort in Mountain Village.

Key Features:

  • Course is typically open from May to mid-October (conditions permitting)
  • Luxury golf carts come equipped with state-of-the-art Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Private instruction and clinics are available daily from PGA professionals
  • Facilities include full practice range, complete with chipping and putting greens
  • Full service pro shop is open daily between 7:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. offering state of the art clubs and shoes for rent.
  • Twilight and sunset rates are available

Soar above the beautiful Telluride valley during a tandem paragliding session with with USHPA certified instructors. It is an unforgettable experience you won’t soon forget! From an aerial perspective, details of every peak, valley, meadow and alpine lake come to life.

Every spring, Telluride’s substantial snowpack gives way to trickling streams and free-flowing rivers. From wild river rapids to a leisurely float, the Telluride area offers water sports second to none. The rafting season typically starts in late May and continues through October on the Colorado, Animas and Gunnison Rivers.

Experienced a variety of rafting trips down the San Miguel River, down the Dolores River, or through the famous Black Canyon of the Gunnison River.

Choose from half-day or full-day adventures and try one of the most refreshing activities in the region.

Take your own river trip by floating down the San Miguel River, which runs through town, in a tube.

The jagged peaks and extensive wall faces of the San Juan Mountains provide a variety of climbing and bouldering routes. Legendary climbers, from Lynn Hill to Charlie Fowler, have explored the area and helped put the San Juan Range on the map as a climbing destination.

From classic routes on Ophir Wall to moderate climbs on Pipeline to the Via Ferrata, the climbing is diverse and plentiful.

Warm up at Adventure Rock in Mountain Village. This man made climbing boulder is open daily during (weather permitting) from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the summer. You will find challenges for novices to expert climbers.

Horseback riding in the beautiful San Juan Mountains will be one of your most memorable Telluride experiences. Spectacular mountain vistas and wide open spaces will rejuvenate your spirit. With your choice of a chuck wagon dinner ride, overnight trip, or an afternoon horseback trail ride, find yourself on a guided horseback outing where you’ll be riding through aspen forests and alpine meadows. Giddy up!

The Mountain Lion is embodied by the title “Ghost of the Rockies”, for when in their presence they may be felt but are rarely seen or photographed. This magnificent golden cat has mastered the art of concealment by only hunting the remote broken canyons in the blackness of night.

Possessing cryptic senses of hearing and sight in combination with unmatched strength and speed makes the puma one of the least photographed of North Americas wild animals. But as winter snows blanket the favorite haunts of this American lion, the tracks of this great cat are revealed.

If a glimpse into the fiery-green eyes of one of these golden ghosts calls to you, then come ‘Experience the Edge’!

Perfect family ski home for a getaway in Telluride

This magnificent manor, located on two acres adjacent to the ski resort, is the perfect family ski home for a getaway in Telluride with it’s single level floor plan, vaulted ceilings and spacious design. Enjoy a glass of wine on the enormous deck or in the private hot tub while you soak in the breathtaking views surrounding you. Columbia Manor has extraordinary living spaces both inside and out. Choose from any of the several patios and decks that feature exceptional views of Telluride’s jagged peaks, and enjoy luxury amenities like the outdoor gas fireplace, and outdoor cooking and seating. Easy access to the Sundance Ski Run as well as a short five minute drive to the Mountain Village core allow you to take your pick of the very best – tranquility or adventure, private luxury or a lively social scene. This time, it’s all about the destination.

Castlewood Manor, Telluride Colorado

PROPERTY: Castlewood Manor

  • 17,300 sq. ft.
  • Bedrooms: 10: 7 Bedroom Suites, 3 Flex Rooms
  • 15 Beds: 5 King, 5 Queen, 2 Full, 3 Twin
  • Bathrooms: 10.5
  • Sleep Capacity: 25
  • Mountain View
  • Area: MV Core

Amenities:

  • Movie Theater
  • 5 Fireplaces
  • Wine Cellar
  • Ski Room
  • Game Room
  • 3 Floor Elevator
  • 3 Full Kitchens
  • Indoor Grotto
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Large Dining Area
  • Formal Dining Room
  • 3 Sets of Washer/Dryer
  • Dedicated Service Team and Telluride Concierge

SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN TELLURIDE

Telluride’s rich mining heritage left a legacy of intertwined jeep roads, providing access to some of the area’s highest mountain passes. Travel to Telluride’s high country to view beautiful mountain vistas, alpine lakes, waterfalls, wildflowers, ghost towns and mining ruins. From moderate overpasses to extreme roads, there is nothing like a 4×4 adventure ride on some of Colorado’s most breathtaking mountain roads! Tour Imogene Pass, one of the most popular mountain passes, connecting Telluride to Ouray or explore one of the many other off-road routes such as Bridal Veil Falls, Last Dollar Road, Ophir Pass, Alta Lakes or Black Bear Pass (one way East to West, advanced drivers only).
Mountain driving experience is highly recommended for all visitors venturing out on their own.

Trails:

Bridal Veil Falls (4.2 miles one-way to top of falls)
Alta Lakes (5 miles one way)
Black Bear Pass (3.6 miles one way from Red Mountain Pass to Bridal Veil Intersection)
Illium Road/Ames (6 miles one way)
Ophir Pass (6 miles one way from Hwy-145 to top of pass)
Tomboy Road, Town of Tomboy & Imogene Pass (5 miles to ghost town of Tomboy)

According to science, golf balls fly further at elevation. See for yourself on the Telluride Golf Course.

Telluride Golf Course
This par 71, 6,739-yard, 18-hole, mountain resort course is surrounded by the highest concentration of 14,000-foot mountains in the United States. Perched 9,300 feet above sea level, the elevation works to your advantage as Telluride’s thin air creates less resistance against the golf ball during flight, translating to 15 percent more distance. The course offers meandering fairways that wind through aspen groves and towering pines and beside mountain ponds and sparkling streams.

The Telluride Golf Course was constructed in 1992 and serves as a private club for members, as well as a public course for locals and guests.

Key Features:

  • Course is typically open from May to mid-October (conditions permitting)
  • Luxury golf carts come equipped with state-of-the-art Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Private instruction and clinics are available daily from PGA professionals
  • Facilities include full practice range, complete with chipping and putting greens
  • Full service pro shop is open daily between 7:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. offering state of the art clubs and shoes for rent.
  • Twilight and sunset rates are available

Soar above the beautiful Telluride valley during a tandem paragliding session with with USHPA certified instructors. It is an unforgettable experience you won’t soon forget! From an aerial perspective, details of every peak, valley, meadow and alpine lake come to life.

Every spring, Telluride’s substantial snowpack gives way to trickling streams and free-flowing rivers. From wild river rapids to a leisurely float, the Telluride area offers water sports second to none. The rafting season typically starts in late May and continues through October on the Colorado, Animas and Gunnison Rivers.

Experienced a variety of rafting trips down the San Miguel River, down the Dolores River, or through the famous Black Canyon of the Gunnison River.

Choose from half-day or full-day adventures and try one of the most refreshing activities in the region.

Take your own river trip by floating down the San Miguel River, which runs through town, in a tube.

The jagged peaks and extensive wall faces of the San Juan Mountains provide a variety of climbing and bouldering routes. Legendary climbers, from Lynn Hill to Charlie Fowler, have explored the area and helped put the San Juan Range on the map as a climbing destination.

From classic routes on Ophir Wall to moderate climbs on Pipeline to the Via Ferrata, the climbing is diverse and plentiful.

Warm up at Adventure Rock in Mountain Village. This man made climbing boulder is open daily during (weather permitting) from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the summer. You will find challenges for novices to expert climbers.

Horseback riding in the beautiful San Juan Mountains will be one of your most memorable Telluride experiences. Spectacular mountain vistas and wide open spaces will rejuvenate your spirit. With your choice of a chuck wagon dinner ride, overnight trip, or an afternoon horseback trail ride, find yourself on a guided horseback outing where you’ll be riding through aspen forests and alpine meadows. Giddy up!

The Mountain Lion is embodied by the title “Ghost of the Rockies”, for when in their presence they may be felt but are rarely seen or photographed. This magnificent golden cat has mastered the art of concealment by only hunting the remote broken canyons in the blackness of night.

Possessing cryptic senses of hearing and sight in combination with unmatched strength and speed makes the puma one of the least photographed of North Americas wild animals. But as winter snows blanket the favorite haunts of this American lion, the tracks of this great cat are revealed.

If a glimpse into the fiery-green eyes of one of these golden ghosts calls to you, then come ‘Experience the Edge’!

Experience one of the Premier Homes in Mountain Village

STEPS FROM THE SLOPES OF SNOWMASS: Intimate and inviting family-friendly accommodations in the heart of Snowmass just steps from Snowmass Mountain.

Upon arrival, drive through the home’s handcrafted wrought iron gates and begin your experience. Welcome to Castlewood, the West’s “Gem of the Rockies”. As you drive up the circular driveway marvel at the large, impressive log home surrounded by aspen and spruce trees.

A large set of wooden doors inset with antique stained glass, gas lanterns and old wooden sleds will greet you. You are entering The Castlewood Experience; a detailed replica of the Grand Lodge of the early 1900’s. The home is a masterfully unique combination of turn-of-the-century features with modern conveniences.

Castlewood Manor is Telluride’s most spectacular private rental estate. The residence features three structures knitted together, the Main House, the Coach House, and the Hot Springs Grotto. Castlewood Manor is a ski in/ski out residence (Double Cabins ski run), and your experience here will be 5 star in every way.

The Main House entrance opens to a wide and inviting entry room. The main living area of Castlewood features a huge wood burning fireplace, surrounded by opulent furnishings and comfy rugs. The gourmet kitchen flows to the living and dining rooms so access to the chef of the group (or a private chef if you prefer) is easy and fun. Enjoy a glass of wine while helping out and still maintaining a connection to the group lounging in front of the huge wood fireplace. This level also includes a second dining area separate from the great room, as well as a billiards game room. The outdoor area is welcoming with beautiful views wherever you look!

On the lower level of Main House is a stone wine cellar, a stadium tiered movie theater, a separate sleeping area with a queen and a full bathroom. The Main House elevator starts on this level for easy access back to the main floor or the bedroom floor above the Great Room. On the upper level of the main residence are 4 guest bedrooms. The master suite has its own private living area with another log burning fireplace, a loft with a king-sized bed and a private bathroom with a steam shower & freestanding tub. The master suite opens out onto a deck with a hot tub. The 2nd guest suite has a king-sized bed, the 3rd guest suite has a king-sized bed, and the 4th suite on this level has a queen-sized bed. All guest suites have their own private bathroom.

The third structure is the Coach House. Located above the 2-car garage, the Coach House has a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and private bathroom. There is also a living area with a full kitchen, private deck, and two queen-sized beds in the living area that can be couches or additional sleeping space. There are 2 indoor garage spaces and plenty of driveway space for additional vehicles.

SKI WITH CASSANDRA weekend in Snowmass February 2021

Snowmass, Colorado

Book by August 31, 2020.

TRAVEL DATES: February 18 – February 22, 2021

PACKAGE PRICE:

  • $1,112.00 per person inclusive
  • Single supplementpricing on request
  • $497.00 Per person deposit due to confirm
  • Final due January 6, 2021.

CANCELLATION TERMS:

  • Cancel up to January 6 and refund less $175.00 per person
  • Cancel after January 6, nonrefundable without trip protection insurance

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • DXL double queen or DLX king room
  • Welcome glass of house wine or a draft beer per person
  • Continental breakfast daily
  • 3 day Four Mountain Adult lift ticket
  • Airport shuttle to/from Aspen Airport
  • Sunday Après Ski Party
  • Two Guided Ski Days

POSSIBLE ADDONS:

  • Trip Protection Insurance
  • Airline tickets
  • Airport shuttle from Denver or Eagle airport
  • Equipment rentals
  • Ski or Snowboard group or private lessons

Nothing is more fun than skiing with a local!

Cassandra learned to ski in Snowmass back in the 80s and has skied there ever since. She can show you the best of the groomers or take you to the secret stashes on your ski day with her.

Cassandra Davenport put together this amazing package for your ski weekend in Colorado!

Direct line: 954 362 9809
Toll-free: 800 755 1330 ext 3670
e-mail: cassandra@alpineadventures.net

Snowmass, so many runs, so much variety – cruisers, steeps, glades, off-piste,terrain parks, super-pipe and the longest lift-served vertical rise in the United States.

Rising out of the heart of downtown Aspen and famous for its steeps, bump and incredible views, Aspen Mountain and its double-black and tree runs are fun for skiers and snowboarders alike.

Known as the locals’ favorite mountain, Aspen Highlands features extreme terrain, groomed cruisers and breathtaking views of the Maroon Bells. For the ultimate ski/snowboarding experience, hike up and drop into Highland Bowl.

Stonebridge Inn

STEPS FROM THE SLOPES OF SNOWMASS: Intimate and inviting family-friendly accommodations in the heart of Snowmass just steps from Snowmass Mountain.

From the moment you walk through the doors of The Stonebridge Inn, staff will make you feel welcome. Cozy and comfortable, your hotel room or suite is just steps from the lifts, making it easy to get the first chair in the morning. Come back for après ski and dinner at The Artisan, or hop on a complimentary shuttle to explore the world-class shopping in Aspen. Relax in the outdoor heated pool and hot tubs under a sky full of twinkling stars.

Selected for two consecutive years as one of the 50 Top Ski Resort Hotels in the United States by Condé Nast Traveler magazine, the Stonebridge Inn is an intimate alpine lodge in the heart of Snowmass Village, Colorado. Offering slopeside convenience, upscale amenities, fine dining, and warm Rocky Mountain hospitality, this Snowmass hotel in Aspen is the ideal lodging option for a wonderful Colorado vacation experience regardless of the season. Having just completed $2 million in renovations, this Snowmass-Aspen hotel now features an exquisite new outdoor deck, a new fitness facility that overlooks our sparkling outdoor pool area, and recently redecorated guest rooms featuring rich textures and warm earth tones that showcase the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Amenities at this hotel in Aspen, Colorado include courtesy transportation from Aspen Airport and Snowmass Village, high-speed wireless internet in public spaces and rooms, award-winning dining at The Artisan Restaurant and Bar, a year-round heated swimming pool and two outdoor hot tubs.