Letter from the Assistant General Manager
Greetings from your family in Breckenridge!
September in Breckenridge is always a wonderful time. The leaves are changing and the town quiet downs. This is an amazing time to get your last-minute hikes and bike rides in, for fall hike and bike ride ideas click here. Some of my favorite trails to highlight the foliage are Aspen Alley on Boreas Pass and Blair Witch, located off Tiger Road. These trails are beginner-friendly and do a great job of showcasing the natural beauty that Summit County offers.
As the summer turns into fall, we do usually see the risk of wildfire get increased. Please continue to be diligent about only smoking in designated areas, only having campfires if they are currently allowed under the fire restrictions and always fully extinguish any fire you start.
Here is what has been going on around the property:
- We have a fun new paint and sip activity. Take a painting class from one of our activities coordinators while enjoying a nice glass or two of wine. This fun new activity is a guided painting class and after a couple of drinks, the art is guaranteed to look good!
- The upper outdoor hot tub by Building one has been designated as an adult-only tub. This was per recommendations from owners like yourselves to provide a quiet area to enjoy a relaxing soak. All the other hot tubs and pools on the property are open to all ages.
- Please keep in mind that you are always welcome to use the property for your pleasure as owners. If you do need a parking spot, you can reserve one up to a week in advance. In addition, please let us know if you are interested in hosting an event on the property. We have had several family reunions, weddings and other fun gatherings. Our restaurant is also open to catering for any fun event!
We welcome your feedback and suggestions on making Grand Timber Lodge a better place for you and your family. You may always send ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org for considerations!
Grand Timber Lodge, Assistant General Manager