2019 Snow in Colorado Ski Country:
This Winter has been one for the books. We usually see most of our snow come down between January and February but this was a record March for Colorado, and the ski resorts at Vail and Beaver Creek were no exception. Vail alone has already seen over 300 inches of snow this season! It is times like these where everyone wishes they had their own private mountain getaway to take advantage of all that powder and not deal with Westbound traffic on your way up! East Lake Creek Retreat is that perfect refuge you’ve been looking for.
One of the greatest ski resorts in the world is only a few minutes from your doorstep. Vail is home to:
- Over 5,200 acres of high alpine skiing with seven bowls
- More than 190 ski runs
- Unencumbered views of some of the most beautiful ranges in Colorado
While it may be attractive to live in the village, you can avoid the crowds and the noise of town but not miss out on first chair!
About Beaver Creek:
If the snow gets to heavy and I-70 becomes too much of a nightmare, you can always take the frontage road directly to another world-class resort at Beaver Creek and be there in less than twenty minutes. Beaver Creek has;
- Over 1,800 acres of ski-able terrain
- A perfect mix of difficult and easy runs
- 25 lifts
- Fresh baked cookies daily!
If you want to stay closer to your property, Edward is home to;
- Multiple restaurants
- Recreational and cultural experiences.
- Movie theater
- Coffee shops
There is also a local grocery store and a nearby Costco to fill up the house when your family and friends come to town and you want to prepare your meals at home by the fire.
Perhaps the most important difference between the experience at East Lake Creek Retreat and other Vail homes, is the privacy. While you are close enough to all the amenities of town, you also have;
- The privacy of your own 40 acres
- Heated driveway and porch
- Four fireplaces
- The sound of a quarter of a mile of East Lake Creek out your window
- Views of the snow peaked New York Mountain outside your back door
- Horses in the adjoining pasture