Winter in the world's best mountain destinations
Winter with us amidst the breathtaking mountains of Colorado and Utah. Board a Bell 407 helicopter to ski untouched powder on some of the highest elevations in North America, venture in the snow-covered forest as you search for elk on a guided sleigh ride, or bundle up for an exhilarating dog-sled ride through the scenic Aspen backcountry. Celebrate the holidays with loved ones over an unforgettable feast at Yuta, Prospect or Black Iron Kitchen & Bar.
- Turn the privacy of a suite or residence into your home away from home in the mountains this winter.
- Seek adventure at its peak as you heli-ski pristine snow, snowmobile through alpine meadows, or cross-country ski extensive Nordic trails.
- Indulge your taste buds with curated menus highlighting the best ingredients of each region.
With world-class powder runs, some of the country’s best Nordic trails, dog-sledding, snowshoeing and night-tubing, the choices for outdoor adventure are endless. Book five nights and your 5th night is on us. Take an extra day to make even more epic memories.
Winter Longer with 5th Night Free
Enjoy a night on us and explore more of Telluride when you stay 5 nights or more this Winter. With world-class adventures, some of the country’s best ski runs, ice climbing and heli-skiing, the choices for outdoor adventure are endless.
This winter, venture to our secluded 3,500-acre ranch for the ultimate snow escape. Stay for a minimum of 3 nights or more and receive a $200 per night resort credit to apply towards an adventure or wellness experience: Snowshoe miles of peaceful, wooded trails; venture into high-alpine terrain for an intermediate or expert-level heli ski excursion that departs right from our property; or book a restorative High West Whiskey Rubdown at our cliffside wellness sanctuary to align body, mind and spirit.
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At America’s best Alpine ski resort, there’s something for everyone, from a beginner’s dream trail, to the Plunge, a jaw-dropping black diamond that descends 3,140 vertical feet. And our Ski Valet makes accessing it all a breeze. Plan and book your stay 30 or more days ahead and enjoy 10% savings when paid in full (non-refundable).
Hotel Jerome has been the social hub of Aspen since its opening in 1889, known as the place where all great stories are born and told. Hit the slopes, then take in world-class culture and shopping. Settle in Aspen’s de facto living room for mountainside camaraderie and contemporary luxury, all in a historic setting.learn more
Just outside Park City, our 3,500-acre ranch offers fall and winter adventures to feed your spirit and awaken your soul. From heli-skiing pristine, untracked powder to cross-country skiing miles of backcountry terrain, airy, modern mountain accommodations await after a day of playing in nature.learn more
Telluride is the most historic town in the Rockies, and Madeline is your basecamp, with ski-in, ski-out access to the best ski resort in North America, and located steps away from where the rugged Colorado backcountry begins.learn more
Make small-town Telluride your very own small-town heaven with one of our artfully designed residences, situated steps from the heart of downtown, with ski-in, ski-out access, and a private funicular that transports you directly to the Telluride Trail ski run.learn more
Situated in the unspoiled Cimarron Range, our 10,000-acre working cattle ranch north of Telluride is where multigenerational families and groups of friends can escape to relish total privacy and experience spirited adventures of true Americana.learn more
DISCOVER WINTER IN THE MOUNTAINS
Snowshoe among quiet forests near Park City, Utah before arriving at a heated yurt for a yoga session next to a blazing wood fire, or bundle up for a twilight dog-sled ride under a wide-open Colorado sky. The unique pleasures of fall and winter in the mountains await.
Snowboard Telluride’s legendary terrain, with jumps of up to 50 feet, or heli-ski on fresh powder in Utah’s remote wilderness. Explore your next thrill among the peaks.
The Best! Hotel Jerome is top notch in every way. The property is physically beautiful and very well maintained, the restaurants and bars are delicious and lively, but most importantly the staff is superb. Incredibly gracious, warm and helpful team TripAdvisor 2019
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A word of warning for parents— your kids are one Junior Je-Roamer trip away from breaking your croquet winning streak, taking the "ski-ripper" family title, or showing you up at fishing. Aspen may be an adult’s paradise, but it doubles as a kid’s disneyland. While there are a myriad of adventures to explore, a Je-Roamer favorite is T-Lazy-7 Ranch, where winter is for suiting up to tour the white wonderland via snowmobile, and summer months are remembered for riding horses through Maroon Creek Valley and catching a trophy-sized rainbow trout while fly-fishing for the first time. (Don’t worry, young in age or young at heart, all are welcome.)
Blue Sky Heli-Skiing To The Best Runs Of My Life
Imagine the best run you’ve ever taken on untouched snow. Now imagine repeating this over and over on snow no one has ever skied. Through a new partnership with Powderbird, the Lodge at Blue Sky has a dedicated helicopter for groups to ski deep in the Uinta and Wasatch Mountain Ranges. I joined a group recently and it was an incredible experience to fly over Salt Lake City, which has more than a million people, then head to what seemed like the middle of nowhere. I can’t remember the last time I felt so removed from it all.
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When gushing waterfalls begin to freeze in the deep of winter, Jason Sweet unearths his crampons and curved pick ax, ready for a season of ice climbing. “I was hooked after my first time in Telluride, which is renowned for this,” he says...
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Most people come to Telluride to ski, but I have a confession: I’m Madeline’s new General Manager and I’ve never strapped on a single pair of ski boots. But I’ll let you in on another secret: I don’t feel like I’m missing out. With Madeline as Base Camp, I’ve discovered so many ways to enjoy Telluride’s incredible snow. My new favorite (and unexpected) winter sport is fat-tire biking. Cycling Bear Creek Trail pairs a great cardio workout on the trek up with an exhilarating descent. On five-inch tires, I feel like I’m almost floating down the slopes.