Here at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals, we provide vacation planning to an expanding list of ski resort destinations throughout the Rocky Mountains. Operating offices in Vail, Breckenridge, Telluride and Aspen, we strive to provide guests with high quality lodging accompanied by a high level of service. Not only can we arrange your lodging reservations in these destinations, but we can also help you rent skis, purchase lift tickets, plan a snowmobile tour, stock your vacation rental’s refrigerator and make dinner reservations!
Aspen is world-renowned for its abundance of history, culture and beautiful scenery. Our Aspen lodging options reinforce these sentiments with mountain style and comfort. A truly chic mountain town, Aspen attracts art aficionados, celebrities, wine connoisseurs, foodies and concert-goers alike, not to mention skiers and snowboarders of all levels. For over 50 years Aspen Mountain has been known for its black-diamond terrain, and has been rated one of the world’s top ski resorts. Aspen Highlands is a perennial locals’ favorite, known for some of the most challenging big mountain terrain in North America. Buttermilk Mountain is known for its wide-open and gently rolling trails that cater to beginners and families, and is also home to the X-Games each winter. Aspen is a superb mountain town with an exceptional variety of ski and snowboarding options...Read More.
Escape to a world of secluded mountain luxury when you come to the Rockies, and enjoy one of our extensive Beaver Creek lodging options. Beaver Creek resort is designed to accommodate all skier abilities: from the gentle groomed runs of Strawberry Park to the rugged glades and bump runs of Grouse Mountain, to the four terrain parks and Super-pipe, Beaver Creek is enjoyed by all levels of snow sports enthusiasts. Travelers from all over the world come to Beaver Creek to discover a new level of high country comfort and service. World-class cuisine, pampering spas and captivating performing arts are all staples of a Beaver Creek vacation. Beaver Creek’s different neighborhoods provide options for a wide range of vacation travelers: Beaver Creek Village offers immediate access to lots of great restaurants and shops, Bachelor Gulch is known for its unparalleled ski-in/ski-out access, and Arrowhead provides a secluded retreat community with its..Read More.
Breckenridge is one of the most popular mountain towns in the country. Originally founded as a mining town, the ski mountain and resort community were built around it. The town’s rich history, combined with the ski resort’s four huge peaks, five terrain parks, two half pipes and eight bowls make Breckenridge The Perfect Mountain, The Perfect Town ™. Breckenridge lodging options are extensive, and Breck is known for its abundance of ski-in/ski-out choices. After a long day of skiing, be sure to check out the Rockies’ best après ski scene in this historic, hip mountain town. With over 200 restaurants, bars, and shops, you’re destined to find a good time in this unique, casual setting, not to mention some of the best skiing and hiking the Rockies have to offer...Read More.
Copper is an all-inclusive mountain resort in the heart of the Rockies. Designed with different skier abilities in mind, Copper is laid out in an easy-to-understand pattern: the ski area features beginner slopes on the western side of the mountain, intermediate slopes in the center, and expert terrain on the eastern side. Advanced "double black diamond" slopes are located on the two peaks above 12,000 feet (Copper and Union Peaks), including four expert-only bowls: Copper Bowl, Union Bowl, Spaulding Bowl, and Resolution Bowl. Similarly, the town layout corresponds to the mountain design: East Village primarily accesses the expert terrain on the northeast face of the mountain, Union Creek is best for beginner terrain, and Center Village provides access to the high speed quad lifts that can bring you anywhere you want to go...Read More.
Keystone is the largest ski resort in Summit County, and one of the most popular ski vacation resorts in the United States. Its vast size and variety of terrain make it a great fit for families and groups of varying ability levels. Keystone consists of three mountains: Dercum Mountain, North Peak and the Outback, as well as five Bowls (Independence, Ericsson, Bergman, North and South Bowls) for exceptional skiing at every level. The three mountains are connected by a series of ski lifts and gondolas. Keystone vacation lodging options are plentiful, and are spread out between the two base areas. River Run is the larger, more modern base, while Mountain House, the original base area, is quieter and smaller. Keystone is the only resort in the region that offers night skiing...Read More.
Snowmass is a terrific family destination any time of year. The resort’s size and variety of terrain keep visitors coming back year after year, and our inventory of Snowmass lodging options has something for everyone. Snowmass is consistently one of the top-rated family ski resorts in the country, boasting one of the biggest and best ski schools around. With access to your choice of cruisers, glades, steeps, terrain parks and halfpipes, there is truly something for everyone. Plus, you are just minutes from Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk Mountain if you decide to switch things up. Snowmass Village greets guests with an immediate feeling of community and comfort, ensuring that that won’t want to leave! Snowmass also meets every need for casual and fine dining, shopping and family entertainment...Read More.
A pristine retreat in the San Juan range of southwest Colorado, Telluride offers up the secluded mountain getaway you’ve been looking for. Telluride’s lodging options and natural beauty make it an ideal location for your next high altitude excursion. A former silver mining town, Telluride stays true to its roots with historic buildings and small, independent shops. These charming, traditional features combine with world-class restaurants and exquisite spas to create an off-the-charts vacation experience you will never forget. A free gondola brings guests from historic downtown to the more modern Mountain Village, at the base of the ski area. Telluride is known for its legendary scenery and terrain, which is continually expanding; Telluride recently opened Revelation Bowl, Palmyra Peak and Gold Hill Stairs, adding to one of the largest learning areas in the Rockies. Come enjoy your next Rocky Mountain vacation in this easy-going, hassle-free haven, and discover why Telluride is unmatched..Read More.
For nearly 50 years, Vail has been a destination for alpine enthusiasts from all over the globe. Vail’s legendary Back Bowls, variety of groomed front-side terrain and world-class ski school make it a complete resort destination. Vail lodging options add to the resort’s appeal with exquisite style and comfort. Surrounded by the White River National Forest, perched high in the Gore Valley, Vail provides unparalleled access to the mountain activities that draw travelers to the area. The town of Vail has a number of neighborhoods that offer a variety of amenities: Vail Village was modeled after the alpine villages of Switzerland, which leaves visitors with a taste of traditional mountain charm. Lionshead Village and Cascade Village are more contemporary in style, for a different spin on a high country vacation. East Vail and West Vail are quieter residential areas perfect for large groups and families. Vail Valley is a spectacular place to..Read More.