Letter from the Assistant General Manager
Greetings from Breckenridge!
October is a wonderful time to enjoy Summit County. Crisp days and brisk nights provide the perfect cozy weather to enjoy by the fireplace. Summit County has lifted the Stage 2 fire ban. The fire pit will soon come alive again and the smell of roasted mallows will be in the air.
Grand Lodge on Peak 7 originally planned to use the last week of October for a resort-wide closure. The intention was to utilize this time to complete projects that would otherwise have impacted those on vacation. We are happy to announce that many of these projects, including aquatics-related developments, were completed during the spring when the resort was unoccupied due to Covid-19. In addition, this inventory was made available to those looking to reschedule spring accommodations.
When looking for local activities to enjoy with friends and family during a trip this fall, check out GoBreck for information regarding the best scenic views, shopping deals, and Halloween festivities. Don’t forget that the GL7 Activities team will once again be hosting a pumpkin-carving competition for all guests to participate in and judge. While the semi-annual dining passports will not be in effect this year, many local restaurants will look to keep their doors open for the duration of the fall season.
For anyone who is itching to look past October to the highly anticipated ski season, don’t forget to set your clocks back on November 1 to enjoy an extra hour of slumber. For the most up-to-date information regarding ski season, please visit Vail Resorts website as a resource for ski reservations and more.
Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is happy to announce that Patty Palermo and Rob Hayden have accepted the roles of Front Desk Supervisor and Aquatics Specialist, respectively. We are excited to welcome these folks into their roles after many combined years of service at Grand Lodge on Peak 7.
Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Assistant General Manager