Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

June kicks off the lively summer season in Breckenridge. Golf courses open, hiking and biking trails dry out and become navigable, and whitewater rafting begins. The Activities team at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 has spent the spring working with multiple vendors to help provide the best deals for our owners’ summertime plans. Please ask about these options by calling 970-453-3359, emailing us or using the contact form.

Grand News:

  • Congratulations to the following owners, who each won the weekly $200 raffle!
    • Greg and Diana Lauman
    • Jeff and Susan Hennessy
    • John and Yvonne Stiles
    • Neva Ringdahl
  • Sevens is excited to announce the following summertime promotions:
    • Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays beginning June 20 at 10 a.m.
    • Happy Hour will being on June 19, from 3-6 p.m. This is a dog-friendly happy hour on the patio. Homemade dog treats, drink and food specials are available during this time!
  • Carpet has been replaced in the North and South building first floors, library and conference room.
  • A mountain mural has been painted in the Day Use lunch room to add some much-needed color.
  • Breckenridge Ski Resort will unveil their new Epic Discovery adventure center at Peak 8 on June 9. They will be open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. until Labor Day weekend, with corresponding hours of operation for the Gondola.

The Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is committed to reducing its impact on the alpine environment. This past year, we rolled out the Sustainable Stay program. This is an optional program: we invite owners and guests to join the 700 guests who have already chosen to partake in this initiative. And we thank all of those who have participated so far! If you have questions about this, please ask at the Front Desk the next time you visit. At the Front Desk, you will also learn about our newest sustainable effort, paperless check-in. This service not only reduces paper use by over 300 pages a week, it speeds up the check-in process. By taking advantage of the online pre-registration that is sent via email a week prior to arrival, you will be able to simply confirm the details of your stay upon arrival!

The staff at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is looking forward to seeing all of our owners this summer. As always, we want to be better tomorrow than we are today, so please let us know if you have any suggestions to improve your resort.

Joanni Linton
General Manger, Grand Lodge on Peak 7

Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

Greetings from the Grand Lodge on Peak 7! The month of May marks several improvement projects around the property. We are excited to create a safe and warm atmosphere for all of our owners and guests.

Grand News:

  • Grand Lodge on Peak 7 owner Patrick Lynch was the March winner of two Epic Local Passes for the 2017-2018 ski and ride season. Congratulations!
  • The South Building will be brightened up with a new paint color! We are excited for everyone to experience this wonderful change.
  • As the retiling of the Soothe Spa locker rooms pushes forward, we are excited to offer in-room treatment services. Please contact Soothe directly at 970-547-8701 for any details and availability.
  • Televisions are being upgraded to larger screens with an interactive guide channel. This upgrade is taking place throughout May.
  • New dining room tables, chairs and bar stools have been added to the master units in Phases 1 and 2.
  • Construction will be taking place this summer on Ski Hill Road from May 1 thorough mid-October. Go here for more information on delays and alternate routes.

In our effort to keep the resort in excellent condition for all of our owners and guests to enjoy, we will be doing some short amenity closures this spring for cleaning and scheduled maintenance. We appreciate your patience and understanding during these closures! Listed below are May’s aquatic closures:

  • May 1-3: Lower Hot Tub
  • May 3-6: Indoor Hot Tub
  • May 8-10: Kids Pool
  • May 10-12: Upper Hot Tub
  • May 15-17: Adult Pool
  • May 17-19: Outdoor Hot Tub

As we approach the summer season, we wanted to provide a few friendly reminders.

  • Smoking is not allowed in the common areas of the property, including the Pool Area, Dog Park and Courtyard in between the buildings. Please reference the Front Desk for smoking-friendly areas.
  • We look forward to accommodating your furry friends during everyone’s vacations. Please take a moment to reflect on our pet policy.

If you have any suggestions on how we can continue to improve your resort, please feel free to email me directly at

Joanni Linton
General Manger, Grand Lodge on Peak 7

Grand Timber Lodge Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

It is hard to believe it is already May! While this month is somewhat of a quieter time in the town of Breckenridge, here at Grand Timber Lodge we have many different projects going on! Please take a look at all the exciting updates we are doing between April and May:

  • We have recently added two new landscaper positions, and we are excited to have this work performed in-house by our own employees this year as opposed to using an outside contractor. Our beautiful property is sure to have beautiful grounds that match throughout this summer!
  • During the month of May, we will be replacing all the living room furniture in each building during their designated spring “block” week. We will be done by the end of May and are excited to see our rooms with their new and improved look!
  • We will be replacing all the windows in Building 2. This project started at the end of April and will continue through the end of May. Throughout the installation, there will be a large trailer parked at the back entrance to Grand Timber in between Buildings 2 and 4. We will try our best to keep this area clean and free of debris, but please bear with us as this is a major construction project.
  • Another exciting project we have going on in May is the complete refurbishment of the elevator in Building 5. We are using the same design that is currently in the elevators for Buildings 3 and 4.
  • From April 24 to June 30 Park Avenue from Ski Hill Road to the entrance of F-Lot will be closed, with local business access ONLY. Access to Four O’clock Road will be via Village Road. For more information and alternative routes go here.
  • Please help us congratulate Bill and Colleen Fillion. They have both won two Epic Local Passes for next season! Feel free to stop by the Concierge desk to ask how you can be entered to win!

Josh Stuhr
General Manager, Grand Timber Lodge

Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

March gave beautiful weather to all our spring break visitors. If you did not get a chance to visit last month, no need to worry! April’s bluebird days are Breckenridge locals’ favorite time to hit the slopes, and you will be sure to enjoy them, too!

Grand News:

  • Grand Lodge on Peak 7 owners Clinton and Leslie Popovich were the February winners of two Epic Passes for the 2017-2018 ski and ride season. Congratulations!
  • Nicole Raciboski, formerly a Front Desk and Spa Supervisor, has accepted the Guest Services Manager role. She has worked at Grand Lodge on Peak 7 for four years and we look forward to the continued success of the Guest Services team under her leadership.
  • Cathy Galvez, Room Quality Supervisor, has been recognized by the American Resort Development Association (ARDA) for her superior service.  She is a silver medal winner for Housekeeping Team Member. Congratulations, Cathy!

As the ski season winds down, the staff begins to gear up for property improvement projects. Listed below are April’s closures:

  • The spa locker room is getting a brand-new tile floor! This area will be closed from April 22 through May 19. The Day Use lockers will remain available during this time.
  • Soothe Spa and the Grotto will be closed from April 22 through April 28. Refresh Spa located at Grand Timber Lodge will be open during this time for the use of owners and guests.
  • The plunge pool will be closed from April 26 through April 28 for deep cleaning and routine maintenance.

In addition to these closures, owners can look forward to many other improvement projects. Over the next two months, we will begin upgrading our unit televisions and switching to an interactive guide channel. The first floor hallways, ski locker room and library will get new carpet. The South Building common areas will get new paint. We hope you are as excited about these projects as we are.

For more information about upcoming closures and resort improvements, please review the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Facebook page or call the resort at 970.453.3330.

As always, we want to be better tomorrow than we are today, so suggestions for improvement are always welcome. Thank you all for a Grand 2016-2017 ski and ride season!

Joanni Linton
General Manger, Grand Lodge on Peak 7

Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

March is the most popular time of year due to plenty of snow for all kinds of winter activities and an abundance of sunny days. The Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is filled with owners enjoying spring break with their families. If you are celebrating a special occasion while staying at the Grand Lodge, please let us know so we can help you celebrate!


  • Congratulations to owners Ingrid and Leo DeGreef!  They were the Concierge January raffle winners of two Epic Passes for the 2017/2018 ski season.
  • Pool furniture replacements continue, with new sitting chairs and side tables. These pieces are more durable, sturdy, and visually pleasing. Please remember that when using the pool areas, ski equipment is not permitted in these areas. This includes both the indoor and outdoor pool areas.
  • A refrigerator has been added to the Day Use Lunch Room for our owners to use while using day passes.
  • A second microwave and additional seating have been installed in the Day Use Lunch Room.

Traveling has its fair share of challenges. It is easy to mix up travel dates, forget to cancel Day Use reservations and items sent prior to arrival can get lost. We wanted to share a few tips to help avoid these traveling downers:

  • Prior to arrival, visit Grand Central to check the Calendar of Weeks list. To find this, log in, select Grand Lodge on Peak 7, then select Reservations. You will be able to view the weeks for 2017 through 2021 and their corresponding dates.
  • Make sure to cancel all Day Use reservations or waitlist requests that you will not be able to use. If reservations go unused, owners will lose Day Use privileges for seven days, including any existing reservations. If you are awarded a Day Use parking spot from the waitlist and do not check-in, the same penalty will be applied.
  • When shipping items to the Grand Lodge on Peak 7, UPS or FedEX are the only methods of shipment. Please use the following address:

Attention (Your Name)

1979 Ski Hill Road

Breckenridge CO, 80424

The US Postal Service does not ship items to the Grand Lodge on Peak 7.

  • If you have questions about this, please call Guest Services at 970.453.3330. They are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The staff at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 wish all of our owners a wonderful spring break and month of March. If there is anything we can do to make your vacation more memorable, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Joanni Linton
General Manger, Grand Lodge on Peak 7

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