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Deluxe Snowmass Condo - Ski-in/Ski-out (7084)

Nicely appointed living room with gas fireplace
Nicely appointed living room with gas fireplace
Nicely appointed living room with gas fireplace
Kitchen and dining area for 4
Master Bedroom with queen bed, private bath, and TV
Recently remodeled kitchen
The Crestwood
Snowmass Village
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1 Schlafzimmer, 1 Badezimmer, 2 Schlafmöglichkeiten

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“Great Ski In/Ski Out Lichenhearth Deluxe Condo Close to Snowmass Village, CO”
4 von 5 Sternen Bewertet am 7. März 2013 für einen Aufenthalt im Februar 2013
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We stayed at the Lichenhearth Condo (through Snowmass Hospitality) and got a great online deal - 15% off plus 4 days of free ski equipment rentals for all three of us (just Google "Snowmass" and there are several websites to get special online vacation rental deals, but you can't go wrong with Snowmass Hospitality or StaySnowmassAspen - both are great.) You can also Google a Snowmass Lodging Map, which gives you the names and locations of all the properties, and whether or not they are ski/in ski/out (you definitely want ski in/ski out) and how close to the slopes they each are.

About the Lichenhearth:
-It's at the base of the mountain, within walking distance to Snowmass Village restaurants, the ski school, the main Village Express lift and the short gondola ride up to the Mall - great location! You do have a short walk with your skis in the morning, but you can ski in at the end of the day.
-There is a great outdoor heated pool and hot tub and our condo was right next to it (we stayed in Unit #12)
- When you request a deluxe condo, always request the top floor - it will be a lot quieter that way! (also "deluxe" means upgraded kitchen and HD TVs, so it's worth it...)
- The condo has a regular fireplace and is well equipped with lots of wood (Tip-buy starter sticks at the grocery store)
- It's a 15 minute walk to the local market/grocery store but you can also call the Snowmass Hospitality shuttle for a ride back once you have all your groceries (Tip: bring a couple of grocery bags with handles); also, the sidewalks in Snowmass are heated so walking in actual snow is minimal!
- The condo has a well-equipped kitchen so plan to buy groceries for b'fast and dinners (Tip: bring tea bags, small sugars, spices for cooking, zip lock bags for left overs, clothes pins (to close bags of chips, etc.) and beer cozies!

About Snowmass:
Snowmass is an incredible, very large, varied mountain with lots of long, groomed blue runs - it's great for the whole family/different skiing levels - and their ski school is fantastic. They are totally tuned in with your kids, keeping them safe and challenging them appropriately. We took our son for the first time to ski when he was 6 (he is now 10 - this was our 4th year/trip there) and by the end of his first week he was zipping down the hill with us! Also, we have found that Snowmass is one of the most affordbable places to ski in CO, so we generally don't go anywhere else (due to the overall value and sheer size of the place!)

Tip #1: The base of Snowmass Mountain is 8,000 ft. above sea level (at the top it is $12,000 ft) so expect some altitude adjustments the first couple of days you are there. Take the first day to ease into skiing (especially the kids...I would recommend delaying ski school by one day so that your kids can get fully acclimated)...side effects are minor, but my son always feels slighly naseous the first day and doesn't like to eat much (Tip - buy Gatorade or Vitamin Water for the first several days to help with electrolytes, especially when appetites aren't so great!) By the 2nd day, you should be feeling ready to go and have your energy back. Drink lots of water the week before you plan to go and bring Melatonin to help with sleeping, Another tip is to get your ski rental equipment the day you arrive and then take it easy the first day of skiing (and no ski school until the 2nd day).

Tip #2: There is no need for a rental car. Just fly into Aspen (through Denver) and its a 20 minute shuttle or taxi ride to Snowmass Village. Once you are there, you can catch the shuttle or local buses to local restaurants, shops and the market. If your property doesn't offer a shuttle, it's a $50 taxi ride to/from the airport.

Tip#3 - Don't bother with spending time/$$ to go to Aspen. It's highly expensive and the roundtrip taxi ride will make you poor in a day (plus you can't eat anywhere there without a reservation.) There are plenty of great places to eat in Snowmass Village, just ask your property for suggestions. A great restaurant we discovered this trip is called The Burger Bar & Fish - a stone's throw from the Elk Camp Gondola at the base of the mountain/Village - perfect place to eat and good for kids too!

Packing tips:
Tip#1 - you will be skiing 90% of the time, so no need for a lot of street clothes - just one nice pair of pants (black velvet or stretch pants) for going out and one ski sweater that can double for dinner; one pair of lined boots for after ski/walking around, etc. and one pair of slippers for inside the condo. And yes, bring hats and gloves for going out at night. Its usually snowing and cold at night!

Tip #2: - plan for varied weather! Instead of planning each ski day's outfits, bring several different layers/thicknesses so you have options in case the weather gets really cold (it can change rapidly there!) Also, buy or bring glove warmers and boot warmers - they really make a difference and last all day! Also, Turtle Fir neck warmers are a must - you'll be glad to have them.

Other packing tips: don't forget the bathing suits, flip flops, a pair of sweatpants and lots of long underwear (you'll find that if you aren't going out at night, that long underwear doubles as "condo hanging out wear" as well (until you change into your fleece/flannel PJs!). Also, bring Night Quil, Day Quil, Benedryl, Sudafed and Advil - someone will inevitably catch a cold or cough either before you go or by the time you get there! Vicks is good for noses that get a beating out on the slopes, as well as lots of good SPF and night cremes (and also SPF makeup for the ladies for during the day...it adds an extra layer of protection from the sun, cold weather and wind!) Small Kleenex packets and lots of chapstick are also a must.

Final Tip: Buy/bring your own helmets and ski boots, but plan to rent the high performance skis there at the mountain each year (there are several ski rental places there.) Don't rent ski boots - there is always some kind of problem with comfort, etc. so if you are a regular skiier, just buy a good pair of boots, even if it's only for once a year!

Finally - HAVE FUN!! It's always worth it after the week is over and you'll be sad it went by so fast!

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5 von 5 Sternen Betten und Matratzen 4 von 5 Sternen Küche und Geräte
5 von 5 Sternen Sauberkeit des Badezimmers 5 von 5 Sternen Andere Ausstattungs- & Serviceleistungen
5 von 5 Sternen Service
Gefiel mir am besten: Location, closeness to ski school and hot tub
Gefiel mir am wenigsten: Did not have an elevator or outdoor ski equipment storage; had a regular fire place instead of gas
Reisegruppe: Ehepartner/Partner
Ihre Altersstufe 35-49
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