The Timberline Condominiums
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Timberline Condominiums Snowmass Village
Definitely a YES - it was wonderful!
Great service, facilities, amenities, location (ski in/out) and staff. Would not hesitate to recomend it for a summer or winter/ski vacation stay, Try Unit D3F!
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... at each of the resort destinations and for each additional day, you pay a reduced fee. If you plan to go to more than one of the destinations on the pass, it can save you some money. This pass was very easy to set up. You simply bring the email print out and exchange it for an Aspen/Snowmass RFID card pass. They can also set it up so that each additional day that you ski on a Mountain Collective Pass at that destination is ...
Bob's 60th Birthyear celebration continues. February 2nd & 3rd we took the Amtrak California Zephyr from Denver to Glenwood Springs and back. It has been something we have talked about for a long time and finally got to do. The train travels through areas that are not accessible by car. It winds its way up to the Continental Divide, through the Moffat Tunnel, ...
... to watch the balloons from up high on her amazing deck. Her house is one of my favorites - so cozy, rustic and bright. If anyone wants to spend a winter in Snowmass, she's trying to rent it (an amazing opportunity). After a huge breakfast, we headed out up the ridge behind her house for a glorious hike with 360 degree views of the entire 4 ski area and down to Carbondale and Sopris. Back to Aspen for a glass of wine, ...
... by this fence and it made me sad. It looked like they were caged…and in a way they are but it’s a huge area that they have to roam in. It was just terrible to see them all gathered in this one small fenced area. Jym thinks they were waiting to go into the next pasture but I just started crying I was so sad at seeing that so we just turned around and left. Don’t get me wrong. I knew the buffalo were in ...
... for those involved rather than something of real use in the
modern world. Like how many sheep are really even herded on the range in
America anymore, and how useful are dogs in the process? I only hung out for a
few hours before continuing on my merry way. I was interested in the back road
between Carbondale and Gypsum, a pretty road through hilly open woodland I had
never before driven.