The Timbers Club is a private residence club and makes vacation home ownership in Snowmass Village easy and luxurious. It begins with, arguably, the best ski-in/out location and the most attentive staff in Snowmass Village. A deeded, one-eighth interest at The Timbers Club assures each owner six weeks of usage each year, including two weeks each of prime winter and summer vacation days. Owners can stay as often as they’d like based on availability for no added cost. The 2,000 square foot, 3-bedroom, 3-bath residences are handsomely appointed with gourmet kitchens and inviting living areas.
The club’s service is renowned and envied. With an always-yes attitude, The Timbers Club staff never forgets an anniversary, birthday or favorite activity. From restaurant reservations and ski lessons to coordinating special events and chefs for family dinners, they make your life simple so you can enjoy every moment of your vacation. The most appealing and unanticipated aspect of ownership at The Timbers Club, though, is the number of life-long friendships formed. Owners coordinate weeks, attend each other's family events and travel the world together. There is a unique camaraderie, which owners cherish.
• Ski-in/out at Snowmass Ski Area • Slopeside ski lockers with ski valet services • Permanent storage for ski and sports equipment, clothing and personal items • Concierge services and bell staff • Slopeside Club Lodge and member’s lounge • Game Room and Tykes Room • Fitness facility with strength and cardiovascular equipment, cardio theater, locker rooms, spa treatment room, steam room and showers • Slopeside outdoor heated pool and three jetted spas • Executive business center • Complimentary transportation between Snowmass Village and Aspen/Aspen airport • Underground parking • Daily après-ski with wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres • Yoga and Pilates classes • Guided hikes and snowshoe adventures • Ask about the limited number of Social Memberships
Snowmass Village is a former ranching community turned destination resort. This quaint village nestled in the Brush Creek valley features an astounding array of recreation opportunities. Snowmass Ski Area is the largest of the four Aspen Snowmass mountains, bigger than the other three mountains combined! Snowmass is characterized by extensive and well-maintained hiking, biking and walking trails, and a dedication to the leisure lifestyle. The event and activity schedule is packed year round and is sure to provide something of interest to visitors and locals alike.
Snowmass is the largest of the four Aspen Snowmass ski mountains, with 3,128 acres of terrain and the most vertical feet of skiing of any ski area in the United States. Plenty of steeps, wide cruiser runs and designated beginner area. Cross country ski trails abound, as well as snowshoeing, snow tubing, dog sledding, and outdoor ice skating. Friday Ullr nights at Elk Camp includes tubing, snowbiking, s’mores and hot chocolate by the bonfire, ice skating, dancing to live music and an à la carte dinner.
Summer, with sunshine-filled days, provides the perfect setting for packing in multiple activities. Although Snowmass Village does not have direct river access, you are only 20 minutes away from all the water activities the Roaring Fork valley has to offer. Gold Medal waters provide some of the most beautiful fishing locations. Local outdoor adventure companies offer a variety of water adventure packages, including scenic float tours or exciting rafting or kayaking. Enjoy legendary fly-fishing from the banks of the Roaring Fork River. Snowmass Rec Center has outdoor saline and lap pools with slides and water features for the kids.Take your pick and head out for a day of adventure. Brush Creek runs through Snowmass Village – take a nice hike on the Mayfly Trail and enjoy the sights and sounds.
Summertime activities are many. With an event every weekend including the Snowmass Craft Beer Festival, Snowmass Balloon Festival, Wanderlust and more. Take the gondola to the Elk Camp activity center where you’ll find the Snowmass Bike Park with downhill biking trails, a climbing wall, outdoor mountain paintball courses, disc golf, nature programs and a weekly Farm-to-Table dinner at Elk Camp Restaurant. Hike or bike over 50 miles of scenic single track trails.
Not only is Snowmass Village home to an impressive list of outdoor activities, but Snowmass has a mountain culture that offers access to world renowned theatrical performances, food, wine and music festivals. The Snowmass Ice Age Discovery Center (open year-round) features a variety of programs and exhibits, a bowling alley with restaurant serving wood fired pizza and more. In the summertime, take an early morning hot air balloon ride. Join the weekly rodeo and free Thursday concerts on Fanny Hill and legendary performers at the annual Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day weekend experience.
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