Mountain Thunder Lodge
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Historical Traveler Reviews Mountain Thunder Lodge Breckenridge
Great Place in a Great town.
My wife and I decided to do a Colorado fishing trip/vaction in late Sept. early Oct. 2004. We chose Breckenridge as our destination, and found Mt. Thunder Lodge on the internet. Check in, was simple and the property was fantastic. Underground parking, beautiful accomodations, and very well kept grounds. We were quite fortunate, no one bedroom units were available so they substituted a two BR unit at no extra charge! We got a very good rate, about what you would normally pay for a hotel room, and fantastic accomodations. Very centrally located and walking distance to most everything in Breckenridge. I would recommend this resort very highly.
Great summertime value!
Our family of five enjoyed a two night stay in late June. Reasonable price for wonderful accomodations.
We just got back, stayed for 4 nights in June 2004. The weather was glorious! Recommend main building overlooking Mt. Baldy.
We stayed in a one bedroom condo on the 3rd Floor. This floor has a Laundry so it was super convenient. This unit had all the goodies, high speed Internet connection, in-room safe, fireplace, daily Starbucks coffee (decaf and regular) new appliances like toaster, blender, coffee machine, new range, new microwave, new dishwasher and new fridge + all the pots, wine glasses, coffee cups etc.
Memorable was the walking trails nearby. Location was excellent, close to market, gas station, bike rentals, video store etc. Lodge has wonderful facilities - like gym, heated pool and jacuzzi. Very new, very accommodating staff. Highly recommended!
This place was wonderful
We stayed here for a four day ski vacation in March of 2004. The lodge is almost new, and it reflects it. The accomodations in our one bedroom were very spacious, and it has a nice west/southwest decor. The kitchen unit is fully stocked with anything you could need for any cooking. The management and staff were always friendly, always responsive, and having a twenty four hour desk is a great plus.
The lodge is a short walk to the Main Street restaurants and shops of Breckenridge. There is underground parking, and the shuttle to the mountain base areas run whenever you need one.
I would go back here in a heartbeat!
We stayed at Mountain Thunder Lodge for the last week in February, 2004. Our 2 bedroom unit was very comfortable, well equipped and nicely furnished. The staff at the lodge was extremely friendly and helpful.
Our experience could not have been better!
Thunder Mountain Lodge
We stayed at the Lodge around the first week in Feb/04. The room was beautiful; the view was breath taking, and the staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Take medication for elevation sickness!!!!
Great place to stay!
I stayed in February 2004. The unit and facilities are in brand new condition. Covered parking, private courtesy shuttle takes you to main street and the slopes. Great staff. I would recommend to anyone. It is well worth the price. Not one complaint for my entire stay.
A great place to visit
We stayed at the Lodge for a long weekend in January 2004. Our 2 bdrm suite was wonderful and had all the comforts of home. Good location and we loved the fireplace! I would highly suggest staying here if you want something other than just your typical hotel room.
Wonderful and New
I stayed at the Mountain Thunder Lodge over the Christmas of 2002. It was brand-spanking new at the time and everything was immaculate. The motif was very nice and it made the winter in Colorado experience complete. Highly recommended!
Great mountain getaway
Stayed at Mountain Thunder Lodge in July 2003. Great experience-brand new building, friendly staff, great location. The rooms are all condominiums, and very nicely furnished. The Lodge is only 1 block from the Main Street, so easily accessible to pretty much everything. We had a beautiful room overlooking the pool and mountains-amazing views!! We will definitely stay here again.
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... headed to Dillon Lake for a picnic lunch. We just finished lunch and the skies opened. A quick dash to the car and we were on the road again. This time our destination was Mount Evans recreation area in the Arapaho National Forest. The road to Mount Evans is the highest paved road in North America. It opened in 1931. We travelled to the summit parking lot, 14,130 feet above sea level. It was a long, slow journey. The weather was closing in and we ...
... what we were getting into when we began this leg of the trip. We have been on a lot of mountain roads, making hairpin turns, and circling mountain ridges as we climbed. But for some reason, this road freaked me out. I shocked Steve when I asked him to turn around after about 20 miles. The road was so narrow and the drop-offs so steep and so high up, with no guard rails, I had a feeling this was not going to turn out well. So we returned to the ...
... for our family and friends and other thoughts or meditations. It’s not especially deep but good enough to stay a bit spiritually minded on vacation. A couple of times afterwards, we have played some familiar worship music and sang along.
I think it was the combination of the stunning, mountain road drive combined with the best of old family memories of mine own with 7 kids, plus mom and dad singing an old family folk song or ...
... soon they got their scooters and rode them around. Then they went on the paddle boat and soon after we went on the sky ride. It was a fun ride to the top of the copper mountain. But it was close to evening and looked like it would rain so we did not have much to do and came back. soon it started to rain and there was not much to do. all the rides closed and we ...
... had to be short because we never knew what would happen next. In that relatively short time, we experienced all the seasons. It was freezing cold and windy for sometime. The sun peeped out briefly, before the clouds started coming in. This was our cue to start descending. Going down always is easy, but it was not as easy here because for a large part it was all rocky and ...