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Stratton Hosts SKI-QX Winter Music Festival

Line-Up Features Ten Top Artists Performing Live December 8-9

STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT – Today’s top alternative artists play indoor and outdoor stages at southern Vermont’s Stratton Mountain in the premiere SKI-QX Winter Music Festival set for December 8-9 created in partnership with Vermont’s leading alternative rock station, WEQX-FM.

The festival opens Friday, December 8, at Grizzly’s from 8 pm to 1 am with Made Violent and Banners. Juiceboxxx plays the afterparty. Tickets are only $15 in advance.

Saturday’s stage (December 9) moves outside with Lovelytheband opening the show at 3 pm followed by six more bands, including JD McPherson, Brian Fallon, Banners and Wild Adriatic, playing until 10 pm. Late night moves back to Grizzly’s with Juiceboxxx in the official afterparty. Saturday tickets are $25.

Weekend packages with concert tickets and lodging start at $120 per person. Two-day lift tickets can be added for only $79.

Visit for the complete schedule and to purchase tickets.

Here’s a look at the artists playing Stratton Mountain’s first alternative music festival, which follows on the heels of a full summer of live concerts and complements the winter apres and late night schedule at Grizzly’s.

JD McPherson

This rock ‘n roll re-inventor “exudes a new kind of risky energy.” From Oklahoma, now living in Nashville, JD McPherson just released his third LP, Undivided Heart & Soul, “with enough fuzz and fury to make those country ghosts shake.”

Brian Fallon

One of the best songwriters of his generation, Brian Fallon is a real storyteller with roots in punk and indie-rock. His first solo album, Painkillers, pairs upbeat and melodic music with his distinctive voice that teems with grit and gravel.


Soaring vocals and gripping lyrics are hallmarks of this British musician whose career-propelling “Start a Riot” has over 80million Spotify streams. “Shine a Light” has been getting plenty of WEQX airplay and the songwriter’s single “Firefly” was just released.

For Immediate Release

Myra Foster | | (802) 297-4137

Stratton Mountain Earns Seventh National Safety Award

–The National Ski Areas Association has recognized Stratton Mountain with the 2017 Award for Best Overall Safety Program, the seventh national safety award for the southern Vermont resort.“With safety at the heart of Stratton’s culture, this year’s National Safety Month campaign was planned and staged by a cross-resort group of managers who started meeting in September to create engaging events,” explained Stratton Environment and Safety Manager Jeffrey Cavagnino.
In addition to all the safety month activities, Stratton worked toward becoming a HeartSafe Community with the purchase of 12 Automated External Defibrillators, which were placed throughout the resort for public access with locations printed on the trail map. Since last January, more than 200 employees and community members have completed CPR and AED training sponsored by Stratton.
Stratton has twice earned the national award for overall safety, twice for the best safety week program, twice for terrain park safety and once for best employee involvement and education.
The resort’s innovative “Play Smart, Play Safe, Enjoy the Mountain” campaign launched in 2002 with the complementary “Work Smart, Work Safe, Enjoy the Mountain” emblazoned on all uniforms and included in all communications. “This program goes beyond a list of Dos and Don’ts with a friendly informative approach that is woven throughout the resort, for guests and employees,” said Cavagnino.
Only six resorts from across the country earned NSAA awards for “exceptional initiatives to educate the public about skiing and snowboarding responsibly, not only during NSAA Safety Awareness Month in January but throughout the year,” according to the NSAA Journal.
The widely recognized Skier and Rider Responsibility Code was created by NSAA, and covers key topics including skiing in control, right of way, and lift safety .
“We incorporate clear, easy to understand messages that take the Responsibility Code to that next level,” Cavagnino said. “We strive to create a culture of safety, courtesy and respect. The message is simple: We care about our skiers, snowboarders and staff. We want everyone to enjoy the mountain experience. “

Summer Season
For Immediate Release – 9/12/17

Columbus Day Weekend Features Brewfest, Chili Cookoff, Live Music

Contact: Myra Foster 802-297-4137

STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT -- This year’s Stratton Mountain Columbus Day Weekend festivities include the fall Brewfest with more than 100 distinctive craft beers, ales and ciders on tap, chili cook-off and entertainment highlighted by the return of the Stratton Mountain Boys at 3 pm on Saturday, October 7.

What’s an Octoberfest without the Schuhplattler? The Tyrolean minstrels get the party started with rousing Austrian music played on traditional instruments including the alphorn in a free show for all ages. Band leader Stefan Schernthaner, a former freestyle champion and Stratton ski instructor, may even play the saw with a haunting sound that harkens back to the mountains.

Saturday’s Brewfest runs from noon – 6 pm with selections from Vermont and New England breweries including special release beers, fall favorites, lagers, pilsners, IPAs, stouts, ciders … Tickets include 10 sample pours and a signature tasting glass.

The chili cook-off, also on Saturday, heats up at 1 pm with $17 tickets in advance, and $20 at the door. Local chefs vie for top honors as participants cast their ballots to determine the 2017 Stratton Chili Cook-Off Grand Champion.

There is also a home improvement expo in the base lodge from noon to 4 pm with advice, ideas and inspiration from dozens of area experts. Admission is free.

Sunday starts with The North Face Race to the summit, a 2.18 uphill race with a 2,003 foot climb and a $2,000 prize purse. The race starts in Stratton Village, in front of The North Face Summit Shop, at 9:30 am. Advance registration is $35 at, race day registration is $55.

Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass opens the fall tour at Stratton Mountain on Sunday, Oct. 8, taking the stage at 4:30 pm. The multi-instrumentalist and his Grateful Grass bandmates bring “big, bold dynamic playing.” And “solid bluegrass picking” to the Grateful Dead classics for one “feel good jam.”

Rick Redington and the Luv open Sunday’s show at 3 pm. Tickets are only $25 in advance at or $30 at the door. Kids 10 and younger are free.

Throughout the weekend, Stratton’s gondola runs to the summit of southern Vermont’s highest peak for 360-degree views of fall foliage across four states and mountain ranges. Hay rides, pumpkin painting and more free family activities make this a must-do Octoberfest. Complete details and lodging packages available at

For Immediate Release – 7/20/17

Greensky Bluegrass Headlines Show at Tallest Peak in Southern Vermont

STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT. – The Green Mountain acoustics of Stratton, Vermont await the fiery fretwork and dynamic riffs of the Billboard number one band Greensky Bluegrass, as they headline the resort’s Saturday night concert on August 5, 2017.

Graduating from playing living rooms and open mic nights across the Midwest to selling out iconic venues like Red Rock Amphitheater and becoming regulars on the festival circuit playing at Bonaroo, Austin City Limits, New Orleans Jazz Festival and more, Greensky Bluegrass’s live set entertains attendees with bright bursts of acoustic guitar, soundscapes, solos, freethinking improvisation and plenty of sharp, focused songwriting.

The band’s live performance is a large-scale production with a light show to accompany the set, according to the Greensky Bluegrass Guitarist Dave Bruzza.

He added, "The goal isn't just to play important music. We want to cultivate an experience, where people can escape from their everyday lives for a minute and put their worries aside."

Tickets are now on sale on for $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Attendees can enjoy a special concert and lodging package which includes a concert ticket and one night stay at the Black Bear Lodge, just steps away from the venue, for $89 per person.

The concert accompanies the resort’s Yaksha Yoga Festival, featuring mountain top yoga classes, meditation sessions and farm-to-table dining. Stratton’s summer concert series also features Three Dog Night on August 19, Rusted Root on September 2 and Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass on October 8.

Just a 4-hour drive from New York City, less than 3 hours from Boston and less than 2 hours from Albany, NY, Stratton Mountain Resort is part of the Intrawest Resorts family nestled in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont and boasts a year-round packed events and activities calendar. In addition to hiking, biking, kayaking and more mountain activities, guests can golf on the scenic 27-hole championship course, get tips from the pros at the Arnold Palmer designed golf school or work on serves and swings at the Cliff Drysdale Tennis Center. For more information on everything Stratton, including details on Stratton as a premier winter ski resort destination, visit

Cassie Russo, Social Media and Communications Supervisor

For Immediate Release – 7/05/17

Preservation Hall Jazz Band brings Sounds of New Orleans to Vermont
PHJB debuts Stratton Mountain’s outdoor summer concert series

STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT. – The sounds of the storied seven-piece jazz jam band, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, debut Stratton Mountain’s summer-long outdoor concert series on July 22 at 6pm with their modern funk twist on New Orleans music.

The band’s only show in the region will feature tunes off their newest release, So It Is – an album that “stretches back to [New Orlean’s] Afro-Cuban roots,” and stems from the band’s trip to Cuba in 2015 that put the members “face to face with our musical counterparts,” said Ben Jaffe, the bandleader/composer/bassist.

“It’s important to us to make music people connect to, that people dance to, that people really feel, emotionally and physically,” Jaffe said. Set at the base of southern Vermont’s tallest peak, Stratton’s outdoor tented venue offers a large dance floor, food and drink vendors, as well as on-site accommodations and a village filled with retail shops, restaurants and bars.
Tickets are now on sale on for $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Attendees can enjoy a special concert and lodging package which includes a concert ticket and one night stay at the Black Bear Lodge, just steps away from the venue, for $89 per person.

Stratton’s summer concert series also features Greensky Bluegrass on August 5, Three Dog Night on August 19, Rusted Root on September 2 and Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass on October 8.

Just a 4-hour drive from New York City, less than 3 hours from Boston and less than 2 hours from Albany, NY, Stratton Mountain Resort is part of the Intrawest Resorts family nestled in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont and boasts a year-round packed events and activities calendar. In addition to hiking, biking, kayaking and more mountain activities, guests can golf on the scenic 27-hole championship course, get tips from the pros at the Arnold Palmer designed golf school or work on serves and swings at the Cliff Drysdale Tennis Center. For more information on everything Stratton, including details on Stratton as a premier winter ski resort destination, visit

Cassie Russo, Social Media and Communications Supervisor

For Immediate Release – 5/25/17

Outdoor concert series to take place at the mountain’s base throughout the summer

STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT. – Stratton’s summer-long series of outdoor concerts returns for another season, featuring internationally recognized musicians Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Three Dog Night, Greensky Bluegrass, Rusted Root and Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass on select weekends July-October.

Tickets are now available for Rusted Root, other acts to follow for $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Concert goers of all ages will enjoy the natural acoustics at the base of southern Vermont’s tallest peak along with barbeques, lawn games and all the resort activities and events. The 2017 series, presented by Stratton Magazine and Manchester Life, includes:

Saturday, July 22: The seven-part jazz jam band, who have shared festival stages from Coachella to Newport with legends like Stevie Wonder and Elvis Costello, bring the spirit of New Orleans to the mountains for a weekend of dancing, scenic gondola rides and shopping at the Vermont Antiques Dealers’ Annual Show hosted in the Stratton Main Base Lodge.

Saturday, August 5: Bluegrass on the green grass brings Greensky’s eclectic twist on the classic genre, mixing the acoustic stomp of a string band with the rule-breaking spirit of rock & roll.

Three Dog Night
Saturday, August 19: Grammy-nominated music legends take the mountain stage with their Billboard #1 hits “Joy to the World,” “One,” “Mama Told Me (Not to Come)” and many more iconic tunes for a weekend of mountain music and cycling at the Vermont Challenge.

Rusted Root
Saturday, September 2: Stratton Village Square Shops present Labor Day Weekend with tunes from Rusted Root that are sure to start a dance party with their fusion of acoustic, rock and percussion set with an African, Latin and Native American influences. The annual Tent Sale and Running of the Bears 5K add to the weekend festivities.

Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass
Sunday, October 8: The spirit of The Grateful Dead with a bluegrass twist will entertain following Saturday’s Columbus Day Weekend Harvestfest and Brew Fest, featuring the region’s top ales and ciders, chili cook off and free activities for kids.

Nestled in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont, Stratton Mountain Resort boasts a year-round packed events and activities calendar. The vibrant slopeside Village is lined with retail shops as well as fine and casual dining restaurants and bars. On-mountain accommodations cozy lodges, hotels and spacious condominiums. Golf a round on the 27-hole championship course, brush up on your skills at the golf school or work on your serve at the Cliff Drysdale Tennis Center.

For tickets and details regarding summer music, visit here. For more information on Stratton Mountain events and activities, visit

Cassie Russo, Social Media and Communications Supervisor

For Immediate Release – 2/02/17

WanderlustReveals 2017’s Festival Lineup
Elena Brower, Seane Corn and Rod Stryker to unroll their mats;Little Dragon and Bonobo to headline the music roster

New York, NY (February 1, 2017) –Wanderlust, producer of the largest yoga lifestyle events in the world,reveals its epic talent lineup for the 2017 summer season. Inclusive of diverse styles of yoga, top musical performers, farm-to-table dining, and our thought-provoking Speakeasy lecture series, Wanderlust provides a multi-day, retreat amid breathtaking scenery for mindful adventurers. The grandeur of its resort destinations creates the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable getaway.Tickets go on sale February 7, 2017.

This summer’sunique blend of musicians, DJs, and performing artists headlining the season includes:

Seane Corn
Amy Ippoliti
Elena Brower
Rod Stryker
Sri Dharma Mittra
Eoin Finn
Annie Carpenter

Little Dragon
St. Paul and the Broken Bones
Jamestown Revival


Kate Northrup is the bestselling author of Money: A Love Storyand a creative entrepreneur. Kate will share the ways to create freedom and abundance so you can live your life to the fullest.

David Wolfehas led theenvironmental charge for radiant health via a positive mental attitude, eco-community building, living spring water, and the best-ever quality organic foods and herbs.

Sheri Salata
was the final Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show and served as President of Harpo Studios, which produced some of the most watched programming in history. Sheri has been named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business. She promises a truly inspiring talk for the dream-maker in all of us.

The full roster of festival dates is as follows:

Snowshoe, West Virginia June 9-11
Stratton, VermontJune 22-25
Squaw Valley, California July 20-23
Whistler, British Columbia (Canada)August 3-6
Tremblant, Quebec (Canada) August 24-27

For The complete lineup and ticketing information, for each individual festival please visit

Attendees will enjoy unique experiences curated by a number of Wanderlust partners including:

adidas will host a one-of-a-kind, immersive onsite activation to engage in attendee-led experiences, enabling them to embed more sport into their day and create their best selves at all US-based events. Co-branded adidas x wanderlust apparel also will be sold at each event.The full collection can be viewed here.

Tropicana Probiotics will inspire attendees to believe in their guts by participating in gut health-focused yoga flows and sampling all-new probiotic products at the Kula Marketplace. Yoga classes, workshop content and lectures will take attendees on a wellness journey that starts from the center of our bodies—the gut—and empowers them to lead their best lives.

About Wanderlust:
Wanderlust Festival, LLC is a producer of large-scale lifestyle festival events focusing on yoga, music and wellness.The company encompasses Wanderlust Festival, the largest multi-day yoga and music festivals in the world; Wanderlust 108, a one-day “mindful triathlon” taking place in urban parks across the US; Wanderlust Yoga, a reimagination of the yoga studio experience; and the Wanderlust Teacher Training, a yoga teacher training program inspired by the Wanderlust festival experience. In 2017, Wanderlust will produce over 60 events across the world centered around its core mission: creating community around mindful living.The company was founded in 2009 as a joint venture between Velour Music Group, C3 Presents and Starr Hill Presents. Become a fan of Wanderlust at:

Kim Small, Director of Publicity
212-766-8040 x 109

Cassie Russo, Social Media and Communications Supervisor

Welcome families, athletes and outdoor enthusiasts searching for an authentic mountain experience.Whether enjoying a round on the golf course, playing a match on the tennis courts, hiking up our 2,003 vertical feet or aligning your chakras at Wanderlust, refresh and refuel at Stratton’s Vermont. As we turn our focus from the lifts to the links, explore all that Stratton has to offer this summer.

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Take the celebration to the links at Stratton’s 27-hole golf course, equipped with a full bar and restaurant ready to serve up Vermont’s premier craft brews. A short shuttle drive away lives the 5-bedroom penthouse, ready to host the whole crew with a full kitchen, media room, hot tub and pool. Pop some champagne across the street in the Village, boasting a variety of bars and restaurant.

From cycling to trail running, swimming to hiking, the Green Mountain gym offers endless options to stay fit and active in the great outdoors. Breathe in the fresh mountain air as you traverse the historic Long and Appalachian Trails, which intersect at southern Vermont’s tallest peak, Stratton Mountain. Practice your downward dog with unparalleled views as a backdrop at the summit yoga deck, or just unwind the mind and “be”.

Reunite in the mountains. The whole family can explore the Green Mountains with kayak tours, hiking excursions, nature sightseeing and more. Plus, meet, greet and dine in one of our on-resort meeting locations, catered by Stratton culinary chefs and orchestrated by Stratton event planners.

Out of Office: on. Unplug from the world and connect with the great outdoors, where hiking, biking and exploring awaits. Learn what it means to be fully immersed in nature, breathing mountain air, listening as birds chirp and wind rustles the leaves atop 3,875 feet.

Rich in history and scenic beauty, the Stratton Mountain Golf Course offers one of New England’s finest golf experiences with 27 dynamic holes. Designed by noted architect Geoffrey Cornish, the Forest, Lake and Mountain nines offer a rewarding challenge to all who play them. The recently course layout rotates daily, offering play variety as well as the option to play 27 consecutive holes.

Explore the links with friends with one of many Stratton golf events– including tournaments, golf scramble and golf exhibition. TheStratton Golf School offers proven programs designed to bring out the best in your game for lower scores and more fun on course. For more information, visit or call 1-800-STRATTON (787-2886).

Quick Facts
27 Holes
Three nine-hole layouts – Mountain, Forest and Lake
22-Acres Golf School designed by Arnold Palmer
Memberships from $199
Fairways and bunkers returned to the original Geoffrey Cornish blueprint in 2014, the 50 anniversary of Stratton golf.

“The golf is superb at this all-inclusive resort, which boasts a scenic and challenging championship 27-hole course that played host to six LPGA tournaments. The Forest, Lake and Mountain all have their own charm and danger, and are designed to be playable for any level golfer.” – Golf Magazine

Deals & packages: Save on your Green Mountain Escape
Looking to spend some time on the fairway and save some green? Get ready to Break 100 at the Stratton Mountain Golf Course, where you and a friend can golf for one day and stay one night at a variety of resort-central lodging options starting at just $99.

Seize the summer with a Stratton golf membership. Choose from a multitude of memberships – from unlimited access to golf and fitness center combo.

Lodging options range from hotel rooms with complimentary continental breakfast, to a 5-bedroom penthouse, all just steps from all the Stratton summer action.

Stratton as a leader in environmental efficiency & safety
Stratton is dedicated to year-round environmental efficiency in every aspect of operation.In efforts to reduce landfill waste and contribute to a sustainable environment, Stratton composted 19.10 tons of food in the 2014-15 winter season, and was the only Vermont organization to be recognized in the EPA’s annual “Food Recovery Challenge.” By installing sub-metering equipment and specialized energy software, mountain operations has closely monitored energy consumption and recognized opportunities to reduce energy use. As a member of the Vermont Green Hotel Program, Stratton’s sustainability efforts reflect a commitment to pollution prevention and exemplary environmental stewardship.

Just steps from the Gondola in the base area sits the Carlos Otis Clinic - a state-of-the-art urgent care facility. Working closely with the trained professional ski patrol, the Clinic doctors and nurses are equipped to treat minor to urgent care injuries.

From Yoga to Music: Summer Events at Stratton
Nestled in the stunning Green Mountains of southern Vermont, Stratton Mountain is a hub for summer activity and family fun events. Whether you’re looking for an active escape, or just escaping reality with the whole family, there’s an event for everyone at Stratton’s summer. Event highlights include:

June 22-25, Wanderlust Festival, Stratton Mountain Resort:
Wanderlust yoga and music festival returns to Stratton Mountain, celebrating a one-of-a-kind experience bringing together the world's leading yoga teachers, top musical acts and DJs, renowned speakers, award-winning chefs and winemakers and much more all in a setting of breathtaking natural beauty.

July 4, Independence Day Celebration, Stratton Mountain Resort:
Celebrate July 4 at Stratton Mountain, where the whole family can enjoy a fireworks display, live music, face painting, carnival games and so much more at the mountain’s base.

August 17-20, The Vermont Challenge, Stratton Mountain Resort:
Offering daily routes for cyclists of all levels, The Vermont Challenge traverses the scenic rolling roads of southern and central Vermont.

Mountain Exploration: Hiking at Stratton
The birthplace of the Long Trail and the Appalachian Trail is at the tallest peak in southern Vermont – Stratton Mountain. From the summit, a gentle 1.5 mile loop brings you to the historic fire tower for unrivaled panoramic views. The whole family can be active and enjoy Stratton’s natural beauty with various hiking trail options. Make new friends and explore trails with Lole ambassadors during this summer’s free Lole Meet-Ups, or hike to mid-mountain for a rejuvenating yoga class in a breathtaking environment.

Keeping the Kids Busy and Active: Stratton Summer Camps
Stratton Mountain Adventure Campers enjoy healthy lifestyle activities that focus on art, mountain exploration, sports and swimming. Based at the Stratton Training and Fitness Center, Cliff Drysdale Tennis School offers camps that foster both lifelong friendships and lifelong love of the game. For the young golfer, the Stratton Golf School’s Junior Camp covers all aspects of the game for any ability. Golf campers spend half a day golfing and half with either the Adventure or Tennis camps. Visit or call 1-800-STRATTON (787-2886) for more details.

“Led by two outstanding counselors, Phoebe and her new friends learned ways to explore and respect nature, which is the heart of Stratton’s camp program.” – Erica Houskeeper

The Village at Stratton Mountain

Quick Facts

12 retail shops
15 dining options: restaurants, bars, grab-and-go
1 full day spa

Lined along the base of the tallest peak in southern Vermont and within walking distance to most Stratton lodging locations, the Village is equipped with everything to fuel and outfit your green mountain adventure, as well as a full Day Spa to relax and enjoy your escape.

Indulge in some retail therapy with a variety of Village shops ranging from technical hiking gear to every fashionista’s dream. Find the latest in trendy fashion and street wear at the Burton store, or outfit your yoga ensemble at Lole. Collect all your adventure needs such as hiking maps, boots, moisture wicking clothes and more at First Run Ski Shop and stay cool with apparel from The North Face.

Savor the flavors of Vermont fresh fare throughout the resort, where this summer you will enjoy tasty meals created with locally sourced ingredients and crafted by Stratton’s executive chef and culinary team. For a quick bite, visit the Stratton Mountain Deli, serving made-to-order deli sandwiches, snacks and hydration essentials. Taste artfully crafted cocktails and delectable dishes at Bar 802, Mulligans and Firetower Restaurant & Tavern and satisfy your sweet tooth with candy and gelato from Mountain Sweets. To learn more about the Stratton Mountain Village, visit

Meetings are more fun in the mountains. Stratton’s venues for groups of all sizes take coworkers from cramped cubicles to scenic, spacious meeting rooms around the resort. Stratton offers convenient lodging and a score of activities and catering options for corporate, family and golf groups. For more information on meeting sin the mountain, visit

Physical and Mental Refreshers
It’s time to relax, unwind and say “spa.” The Stratton Day Spa offers a full menu of massages, facials and nail treatments. Take your yoga practice out of the studio and onto the mountain with spring and summer yoga classes at both mid-mountain and on the summit. Indoor yoga classes, indoor cycling, personal training, massage therapy and more are available at the Stratton Training and Fitness Center all summer long.

A Dream Come True: Weddings in the Green Mountains
Stratton’s year-round breathtaking backdrop sets the stage for bride and groom's dream wedding. From mountaintop vows to luxury nuptials, Stratton’s variety of venues suits weddings and budgets of all sizes. On-site planners customize each detail of the special day and Stratton’s culinary team caters to everyone’s palate. A wide variety of mountain lodging accommodates all guests, just steps from most venues. For more information on Stratton weddings, visit

Lodging Accommodations on Resort
A Green Mountain escape just got easier. With a variety of on-resort lodging, park the car at Stratton and never use it until you depart, as you’ll be steps or a short shuttle drive away from a Village lined with retail shops and restaurants, hiking trails and stunning mountain views as far as the eye can see. Accommodations range from hotel rooms with complimentary continental breakfast to 2 bedroom condos and a 5-bedroom penthouse suite. Discover all the options at