Best Ski Location in all of Colorado

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Primary residence
11 Sleeps
3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
102
4 simple beds
2 double beds
1 simple extra bed
1 double extra bed

Description

Sharon has described his/her home in English.

What you will love about this home

Close to two downhill ski areas, Rocky Mountain National Park and all outdoor activites.

What you will love in the neighborhood

Winter Park ski Area is a 5 minute drive and the townhouse is on the bus line to the resort.

Rocky Mountain National Park is a 15 minute drive from the townhouse.

Great Apri Ski bands and specials at Endos.

Additional information

Fraser, Colorado - Article from National Geographic Photograph courtesy Winter Park Resort Best For: Adventurous families with a taste for top-of-the-world skiing Fraser is an anomaly in the
resort-packed northern half of Colorado-a humble, affordable town in the shadow of a premier ski area. Somehow managing to skirt the popular radar, this railroad town of 910 maintains the air of a
funky, back-of-beyond Western hamlet even though it’s only 70 miles from Denver. You don’t come here for the nightlife scene, unless you count the illuminated tubing hill on the slopes behind town.
But there’s a great pizza shop, saloon, bowling alley/movie theater/bar, and a ski shop, Joe’s Backcountry Repair, that will hand-tune your planks. You can also still take the train here, with a
small Amtrak station right in town. Five miles up the road, its runs visible from town, is Winter Park Resort, a complex, sprawling ski area with 3,081 acres of terrain, 3,060 feet of vertical, and
25 lifts. The two primary mountains, Winter Park, for beginners, and Mary Jane, for the experts, are like two different ski areas. There are several other distinct zones, many with high-speed chairs,
that disperse the weekend rush of skiers well. Mary Jane is famous for its bump runs, but the larger resort is dominated by groomers and wilder blue runs, with some scenic, above-timberline options
that can make intermediates feel like mountaineers. Intrawest, which runs the resort for its owner, the City of Denver, has given it its usual mega-resort, condo-explosion treatment, but it hasn’t
diminished the eclectic charm of Fraser (or its sibling, the town of Winter Park) nor the adventurous, family-friendly feel of the mountain itself. Ask a Local Eric Mowry has lived in Fraser since
2000 and owns Epic Mountain Sports in the town of Winter Park. Best Digs "Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort" Best Eats "The Ditch" Best Après Spot "Deno’s Mountain Bistro" Best Off-the-Slopes Activity
"Bowling at the Foundry" Favorite Local Run "The trees off Drunken Frenchman"

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Features

TV
WiFi
Dishwasher
Dryer
Washing machine
Microwave oven
Freezer
Oven
Fridge
Bathtub
Heating system
Disabled access
Baby gear
Computer
Internet
Garden
Swimming pool
BBQ
A/C
Fireplace
Elevator
Parking space
Car
Bicycle
Motorcycle
Doorman
Cleaning person
Satellite / cable
Tennis court
Balcony / terrace
Jacuzzi
Sauna
Gym

House rules

Smokers welcome
Pets welcome
Children welcome
Dog to feed
Cat to feed
Plants to water

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