This Ski in Ski out Condo is located on one of the highest condominium developments on Snowmass Mountain. Ski or snowboard down to the lifts in the morning and ski directly to your condo for a break, lunch or at the end of a great day of skiing. The skiing of Snowmass and Aspen is the best in the world and this condo is a true ski in ski out location. There is a king size bed in the loft, and two built-in bunk beds downstairs, making this a perfect spot for a family of four vacation. There are two large flat screen TV's, a gas fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen with full size appliances, a deck with a view of the slopes and a 'Human Touch' massage chair to help with those aching muscles at the end of the day. This is both a loft and a corner unit which means the place feels large, has an extra window and has more square footage than most of the other lofts. It is located close to the onsite restaurant, the slope-side heated pool the Jacuzzi and the picnic and BBQ deck. LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!
- Studio640 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay3 - 5 nights
Studio,1 bathroom,sleeps 4,King size bed in loft,bunk beds downstairs,cornerunit
- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 23, 2018
About John Crombie
We are a family of four and we originally bought the place when our two daughters were small and with children in mind.. . Our two daughters are now adults and still join us for trips to Snowmass.
John Crombie purchased this Studio in 2001
Why John Crombie chose Snowmass Ski Area
After years of visiting Snowmass we finally found a property with a nice view, that was Ski in Ski out and worked for us and our two children. We love our wee mountain home and are sure you will too.
What makes this Studio unique
Beside the pool, the restaurant, the direct access to the ski slope, because it is a corner unit it has an extra window giving it more light, a feeling of space and of course it has a view.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
The four mountains that make up the Aspen/Snowmass Ski area and are covered by both the Ski pass and the free bus service; ... Aspen Mountain (AKA Ajax), Aspen Highlands (The locals favorite), Buttermilk (Home of the "X" Games) and mighty Snowmass. These four mountains offer a variety of ski-ing that will meet the needs of ski-ers be they 1st timers, extreme cliff jumpers, young children or old timers... It just does not get any better. Snowmobiling and dogsledding are also available if you wish a day off and shopping in Aspen does not grab your fancy. Weekly fireworks display that you can watch from your balcony.
In Summer, it is even better... Rent a bike in the village.. ride it down to Aspen, grab an ice cream then follow the river down valley to the Woody Creek Tavern for lunch... Put your bike on the free bus and ride it back up the hill to home, biking was never before this great! Don't fancy bycycling how about golf, hot air ballooning or a sail plane ride. The white water rafting is awsome, the Hiking spectacular, a picnic at the Grottos recommended. Dont miss the free weekly concert just outside your door that others come from all over to enjoy or the weekly rodeo and BBQ held at the lower Village lot.
Down valley there is the hot springs and therapeutic caves of Glenwood Springs and if you are into Fishing!!! The Frying Pan river is world famous for its monster trout.
The big news in the area is the discovery of a "Monster" cache of prehistoric beasts at the bottom of Snowmass Lake.. Last october (2010) Jesse Steele, while working his bulldozer to expand Ziegler Reservoir uncovered the bones of a juvenile Columbian mammoth!! Ever since then, the community of Snowmass Village has developed “mammoth” fever Soon after, the excavation went into full swing when Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) scientists & their team of experts descended upon Snowmass and discovered more mammoths, mastodons, a Jefferson ground sloth, gigantic ice age bisons, a small deer and a salamander along with well-preserved plant matter, ancient insects and invertebrates revealing an exceptionally preserved Ice Age ecosystem. Apparently the cold and low oxygen content at the bottom of the lake preserved the animals in a mommy like conditiom. This is new news and current info is best found with a google search on the subject, but it is for sure yet another sight seeing spot in the area.
Rates & Availability
Nightly Rate: $115 - $475 Weekly Rate: $600 - $2800 Monthly Rate: $2200 - $10200 The summer rates vary from $110-$155 Winter rates vary from $190 for early and late season. Thru $346, $400 to a high holiday rate of $475 per night. The rates are based on two people. Additional person charge is $30 per night Rates are subject to a 12.8% tax