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Copper Mountain Breckenridge Frisco Keystone Dillon Silverthorne Wildernest

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Colorado reviews

  • Guys Weekend Skiing

    "We had 4 guys and since one was always willing to crash on the floor on a camp pad, this place perfectly fit the bill for us. Mainly, we went with it since 3 of us needed the season passes and the cost of the condo was offset by not having to have them pay $110+ for day passes. The location was pretty great (we walked to/from Peru lift) with a few restaurants nearby and many more available at River Run (via night skiing). The kitchen was a bit tight, but completely manageable since we only prepared breakfast and lunch. Fully stocked with all the pots and pans that we needed. The hot tub/spa area was great at the end of the day and overall the entire complex was pretty great. The only downside (aside from the neighbor upstairs whose dog seemed to get really excited about 6AM each morning) was a weird pinging noise, like air locked in the water lines, in the back bedrooms. It would happen randomly throughout the night (never heard it during the day) and it would only last a few minutes, but it was enough to wake me up. Mentioned it to the maintenance guy we passed one morning. Otherwise, a great place, great location and really great owners (Kyle was super easy to work with and helped one guy with his skis!)."
    Guest: Michael Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 29, 2015
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  • Last ski weekend

    "Our lil place was good for us 3. We had all the amenities we needed. The condo's living room was probably the only drawback we had. Our kitchen was huge but the living area was small, no real entertaining of any guests was going on if we had wanted to, our son played in the bedroom because there was more room there. Bedrooms n bathrooms n patio was of great size. Guest bed was Sooo comfy if only the master was as. Location was ideal for walking to mountain house n a short trip by car to river run. I would stay again with my lil family only."
    Guest: Tahoe Getaway Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 14, 2014
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  • AMAZING LOCATION

    "Really enjoyed staying at this 3BR condo with the right amenities in a GREAT LOCATION - 2 blocks away from all the action at the base of the Ajax Gondola. Clean, comfy, and accessible to everything by foot. The market and the liquor stores are literally across the street. Very quiet. We met some nice people in the complex coming and going. Terrific deal for the location."
    Guest: Ken from NYC Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 13, 2015
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  • Great location to visit Ouray!

    "We enjoyed our stay! Location was wonderful...just a 1/2 block from Main Street, just down the street from the Cascade Falls! Very comfortable and inviting! On our morning walks we were met by deer wandering in the yards! You can walk anywhere in Ouray from this location!"
    Guest: Bobbie Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 21, 2014
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Summit County Colorado Travel Tips

Seasonal Activities at Summit County Vacation Rentals

If it is powder you are looking for then Summit County is the place to go. With six of the country's top ski resorts in one region, Summit County hosts more than 3.4 million skiers a year. Almost three-quarters of the county is made up of national forest which is one of the reasons the area has retained its pristine natural beauty. Some of the top ski resorts include Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin. Vail and Aspen are just a short drive away. There are literally hundreds of miles of groomed ski slopes catering for all levels of skiing abilities. Snowboarding terrain parks are available for those who want to hone and show off their skills.

Other winter activities include dog sledding, cross country skiing, snowshoe tours, scenic sleigh rides and snowmobiling. There are always a number of entertaining activities happening as the different towns and resorts in season. In the summer months, you can head out on the mountain trails and explore endlessly. If hiking is your passion, there are several day hikes in the region. Many people visit to enjoy the great mountain biking trails that wind their way through the forests and up the mountains. There are some sections that are more technical and will suit more advanced riders. There are also horseback riding, tubing and kayaking opportunities available.

Getting to Summit County Cabins

Summit County is within easy driving distance of Denver International Airport. The airport hosts regularly scheduled flights on all major airlines in the United States and Canada. Denver also has good air links to major cities that have flight connections from Europe and other parts of the world. To get to Summit County from Denver, you can either hire a car and drive or make use of one of the many seasonal shuttle services. If you want to visit more than one of the ski resorts in the area, it is often a good idea to have your own car to get around.

Visitors to Summit County Lodging

Summit County is a place for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Even when the winter snows blanket the mountains, there is no end to the exploration opportunities. It is a destination that is ideal for those who love active vacations. The slopes cater for both novice and advanced skiers which makes it an ideal family vacation destination. If you are at the other end of the scale and prefer a more leisurely vacation, Summit County is certainly a vacation destination where you can appreciate the magnificent mountain views and take some time out to relax and recharge your batteries.

Choose the Season to Visit Summit County

Summit County in Colorado is home to some of America's top ski resorts. For this reason, many people think of Summit County as purely a winter sports vacation destination. Indeed, the snowfalls are generally excellent and the number of snow sports available are very diverse; however, it is equally an exciting summer vacation destination. The season to visit will depend mostly on your vacation and sporting interests. Perhaps you'll decide that you want to return for both your summer and winter vacations. The ski season generally starts in early December, or a week or two after the first solid snowfalls. In general, depending on temperatures and snowfalls, the season runs until early to mid-April. The busiest time of year, in terms of the ski season, is from December through to February. The summer vacation season starts in June and runs until September. The peak summer season is generally during July and August.

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