Chateau Apres Lodge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau Apres Lodge Park City
Travel Blogs from Park City
... aptly called Windy Peak and when we upload the gopro video you will understand why. When we headed down the snow started. And I mean it REALLY started. We stopped for lunch at a log cabin that had two little solar panels to power fans that pushed the fireplace heat around, and Byron (our guide) started the fire with a blowtorch!! We headed off back to the ranch and went through the most amazing scenery, forests and bridges and rivers and snow snow ...
... beside the run so we can get pictures of Lyndsey as she takes off down the hill. Patrick comments that looking through the slats on the staircase to the rocky slope far below us makes him uneasy and this was why I was surprised he was ok on the zip line. He just chooses not to look down and he is ...
... tomorrow night. We ended up in in the supermarket buying a large container of fried chicken for dinner and two litre bottles of watered down Heineken at 3.2% alcohol and then two packets of chips for the snacks tomorrow night. We gave Lyn a call and Andrew spoke with Granma because she was visiting Lyn. Granma's phone wasn't working which ended up being an issue at her end. I tried to call Becca and left a message and spoke with Paul Gough, he has sold his house for ...
Hi there, sorry for the delay.
Was a long drive yesterday and some boys didn't want to get up earlier....
The Yellowstone national park is huge and fantastic but it takes a while to drive through.
We had every possible kind of weather when we were there (snow, hail, rain, sun, fog,...).
I can say we saw definitely a lot of elks and bison but also 2 wolfs and some pronghorns. No bears and moose ...
First day of snow during my visit...sahweet. Too bad I don't ski anymore, not that I would have the time. I don't think I've skied since high school actually, with the EBHS Ski Club and our advisor, Mr. Davis. He put up with A LOT from us hooligans. I don't know what the conditions are here but I have heard that Deer Valley, down the road a piece is one of the best in the country.
Another amazing day of film. For the second day in the row, the ...