Grand Timber Lodge Property Information- October

Letter from the Assistant General Manager

Greetings from your family in Breckenridge!

The leaves have changed, and winter is coming. As the temperature drops and we dust off our skis and boards, I am reminded of why I moved here all those years ago. I truly love each and every season in Summit County, but the late fall is spectacular. I can still go mountain biking, and skiing is just around the corner. This is also a slower time of year for travel to the mountains, so it is a great time to do a fall cleaning. We have begun our fall block process, which entails deep cleaning and maintenance in each unit.

Here are some highlights of our fall blocks:

  • We are replacing the living room furniture. We are adding a new sofa sleeper that is also a sectional to the one-bedroom master units, which increases the sleeping capacity. We also added a stationary chair which complements the sofa well.
  • All our existing furniture is for sale! We are selling the sofas for $50 each and the swivel chairs and end tables for $25 each. If you are interested in any of this furniture, please come to the Grand Timber Lodge Front Desk. You will also need to move the furniture yourself.
  • We have also completed the window and balcony door installation in Building 5. Last year we replaced half of the building’s windows and doors and just finished the rest of the building. Buildings 1- 5 all now have new windows and doors.

Our Activities team is excited to share a new self-service option for the online scheduling of on-property activities. Click here to schedule an activity for your next visit! As always, feel free to call our team if you prefer at 970.453.4440, extension 3010.

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 for consideration!

Eli Yoder
Grand Timber Lodge, Assistant General Manager

Building Connections Through Stories

Join us in our goal of building connections with one another through our ownership stories. Enjoy some vacation memories from your fellow owners and share yours below.

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Big sister and I leading little Anna to her first skiing experience. Anna was just 23 months old, went down a few carpet lift runs holding herself upright, and asked to go again the next day :o) – Marketa, Grand Timber Lodge Owner

The best family memory for me is when my wife told me at the top of Peak 6 that she was pregnant with our second child. Now our son has 7 years old and he is good at snowboarding. – Cesar, Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Owner 

In January 2019, My 5 grandchildren, along with my daughter and son-in-law, joined me for a long weekend in Breckenridge. It was the first time I got to go skiing with my daughter and all 5 grandkids! What a great day for a ski-aholic like me. We came the weekend of the snow sculptures. Is that a sight to see! It’s amazing how intricately carved some of them were. We also went sledding at Carter Park, ice skating, and visited Isak Heartstone, the troll, that weekend. It was a fantastic time together with family. – Mary, Grand Colorado on Peak 8 Owner

We love Breckenridge at any time of the year but spend most of our vacation time there in the winter. Our family tradition is to ski or board on Christmas Day wearing a festive outfit. That way we celebrate on the mountain enjoying the crisp fresh outdoors as a family and hopefully bring a smile to other winter sport enthusiasts as we ride or ski past. – Jen, Grand Colorado on Peak 8 Owner

Our family has many great memories skiing in Breckenridge but the one that stands out happened on January 2, 2020. While taking a lunch break during a day of skiing we were lucky enough to see these moose on Maggie’s pond! Amazing! – Corinne, Grand Colorado on Peak 8 Owner

My fondest memory skiing in Breckenridge is when I was 8 months pregnant with my son and I had my two-year-old daughter out on the hill. She had so much energy and loved to ski! She was a natural. She had learned the year before and was almost three at this point. We spent six hours on the hill on our first day out and I was exhausted by the time we were done. Apparently so was she because we went back to our home away from home at Grand Lodge on Peak 7 and laid down for a nap, but we both slept through dinner and into the morning. – Bethany, Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Owner

We took our 6-month old daughter Naomi swimming for the very first time. She really enjoyed getting in the new pools at GC8! – Paul, Grand Lodge on Peak 7 and Grand Colorado on Peak 8 Owner