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High Mountain Lodge
PO Box 1888
Winter Park, CO 80482

425 County Road 5001
Winter Park, CO 80482


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The High Mountain Lodge at a Glance

  • Spacious Rooms; all with private entrances and en-suite bathrooms
  • Three suites
  • Rates quoted are double occupancy
  • Most rooms have fireplaces
  • Small bathrooms; most with tubs
  • Free wi-fi in public areas except the Library. WiFi may extend to some rooms, but we don't guarantee it.
  • Dog friendly ($15 per dog per night)
  • Family friendly
    • Infants (to 2 years old) are free
    • Additional children (through 12 years old) are $15
    • Additional teen agers and adults are $25
    • Note that not all rooms can accommodate more than two people
  • Indoor pool, hot tub/spa, and sauna
  • Satellite Television (with videos and DVDs) only in the Rec Room
  • Pool table; Foosball table; Air Hockey table
  • Quiet library
  • Spacious outdoor deck

Room One

A valley-view room on the lower level of the guest lodge, Room 1 is spacious, secluded, comfortable, and just what the doctor ordered for a quiet getaway. With its stunning view of the Spring Branch Valley, It features a wood-burning fireplace with a cozy sitting area. It interconnects with Room 2 to make it the perfect space for a large family. The room has a king-size bed and is large enough to accommodate a roll-away bed, as well.

Like most rooms at the High Mountain Lodge, the bathroom is small. Room One does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers. Rates from $105 to $155 double occupancy.

Rooms One and Two connect to make an ideal space for two couples, a large family, or a group of friends.

Another view of Room One
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Room 1

Room Two

Room 2 is enormous, and boasts a king-sized bed and a wood-burning fireplace. There is a queen-sized hide-a-bed in the couch in front of the fireplace. Although it's on the lower level of the Lodge and doesn't have the best view, the south-facing window is surprisingly bright making this the perfect room for a getaway. Like most rooms at the High Mountain Lodge, the bathroom is small, but it does have a hanging rack with coat hangers. Rates from $105 to $155 double occupancy. Additional adults are $25 and children are $15.

Rooms One and Two connect to make an ideal space for two couples, a large family, or a group of friends.

Another view of Room Two
Another view of Room Two
Another View of Room Two

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Room Two

Room Three

Room Three is newly in service at the High Mountain Lodge. Completely renovated, it features a king-size bed and a cozy sitting area in front of the wood-burning fireplace. The chairs have their own footstools/ottomans to make it easy to kick back after a day of skiing, hiking, biking, or other adventures in the mountains.

With its panoramic view of the Spring Branch Valley, guests are assured beautiful views.

The small bathroom with its tub/shower is newly redecorated with a pedestal sink and thoughtful appointments to make the space seem larger than it really is.

In the bedroom, a spacious wardrobe makes up for the absence of a closet with generous room for guests' clothes.

Room Three also has a bonus: it adjoins our Library, which can be added to Room 3 to form "The Library Suite." Unlike our other two suites, adding the Library also adds a half-bath. Since we don't rent out the Library as a stand-alone room (no shower), we offer it as an add-on to Room 3. Sleeping arrangements are a sofa-bed.

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Room 3

The Library/Library Suite

The Library is ordinarily a public area available to all guests at the High Mountain Lodge. However, it can be combined with Room 3 to form The Library Suite. Featuring a toilet and sink, the Library Suite is the only suite in the lodge with 1-1/2 baths. Bedding is the sofa-bed, which is somewhere between a double and a queen-sized bed, but shorter.

When not rented as a part of the Library Suite, all guests will discover a wide range of books, from popular fiction to a wide range of English and world literature--both fiction and non-fiction--on its shelves.

The Library also has a wide selection of children's literature--in case the family Kindle® crashes.

The Library features comfortable seating: sofas, chairs, and even a reclining lounger in front of the fire place. There is even a table for card players.

The Library is the most quiet public area at the High Mountain Lodge for guests who seek solitude and quiet. This is not a place to socalize. It is always quiet time in the Library. Think crêpe-lipped librarians hissing, " Hush!"

When rented as part of the Library Suite with Room 3, the Library will be unavailable to other guests.

The Library is not available to book as a stand-alone room.

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The Library

Room Five

Room 5 is on the middle level of the guest lodge. One of our most popular rooms, it’s a large valley-view room with a fireplace and a cozy sitting area. It connects with Room 6, which opens onto the pool atrium. The two rooms combined make a large space for a family. Like most rooms at the High Mountain Lodge, the bathroom is small. Room Five does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers. Rates from $105 to $155 double occupancy.

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Room Five

Room Six

Room 6 is a very large room with a window onto the pool atrium. It features four twin beds and is ideal for friends traveling together.

Room 6 does not have a fireplace, and the bathroom has a shower but no tub. It connects with Room 5, making it a perfect suite for a large family or several singles traveling together. Room Six does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers. Rates from $85 to $135 double occupancy. Additional adults are $25 per night, and additional children are $15.

We discourage families with small children from booking this room because of its proximity to the pool. Similarly, we do not permit dogs in this room because access to this room is through the pool atrium, and dogs tend to fall--or launch themselves--into the pool, depending on their breed.

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Room Seven

Also on the second level, Room 7 is a valley view room with wide vistas. A spacious room without a fireplace but ample space for a roll-away bed, it can be combined with Room 8 for a large family or two couples or a group of friends. Like most rooms at the High Mountain Lodge, the bathroom is small. However, it boasts a closet alcove--a rarity at the High Mountain Lodge. If you're attending a formal function in the valley--such as a wedding--and need to hang up clothes, this would be a good choice.

Rates from $105 to $155 double occupancy.

Rooms Seven and Eight connect, making them an ideal space for couples, friends, or families.

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Room Seven

Room Eight

Room 8 is the second of the two rooms opening directly onto the pool atrium. The window looks out onto the pool area; there is no outside view. A spacious unit with ample room to gather round the fireplace, it features a king-sized bed and a day/trundle bed to accommodate a family or a group of ski friends. The trundle bed can be set up apart from the day bed, and there is ample space in the room to accommodate this configuration. The small bathroom has a stall shower and no tub. Room Eight does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers. Rates from $105 to $155 double occupancy. Additional adults are $25 per night, and children are $15.

Rooms Seven and Eight connect, making them an ideal space for larger groups traveling together. We discourage families with small children from booking Room Eight because of its proximity to the pool. Similarly, we do not permit dogs in this room because access to this room is through the pool atrium, and dogs tend to fall or launch themselves into the pool--depending on their breed.

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Room Eight

Room Nine
the Valley View Suite

Room 9, the Valley View Suite, boasts everyone's favorite view of the Spring Branch valley. On the upper level of the lodge with panoramic views, the spacious sitting room has a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and both the sitting room and the bedroom have doors opening onto the private balcony overlooking the valley. Although the High Mountain Lodge does not advertise itself as a destination for a romantic weekend, the Valley View suite is pretty awesome.

The sofa in the living room folds out into a full-sized bed, and there is also a single day-bed, for a maxiumum occupancy of five. Access to the bathroom is through the bedroom.

Like most rooms at the High Mountain Lodge, the bathroom is small, but both the sitting room and the bedroom boast closet space--a rarity at the High Mountain Lodge. Double occupancy rates from $150 to $215. Additional adults are $25 per night, and children are $15.

Because of the special attention we give the Valley View Suite, we require a two-night minimum stay. If you are only able to visit the High Mountain Lodge for one night, we still have a wide variety of rooms to fit your needs.

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Another view of the sitting room
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Valley View Suite

Room Ten
The Atrium Suite

Room 10, the Atrium Suite, is the twin suite across the hall from the Valley View Suite. A handsome fireplace in the spacious sitting room makes it an ideal, cozy place to relax after a long day on the slopes or the trails.

Identical in size to the Valley View suite, it is less desireable for some because it overlooks the Atrium and does not have any outside views. In spite of that, we confess that it is one of our favorite rooms in the Lodge. It also gets good wireless internet reception.

Both the sitting room and the bedroom open onto a balcony overlooking the pool in the Atrium. Both rooms have walk-in closet areas.

In addition to the king-sized bed in the bedroom, there is a double-sized sofa bed in the sitting room as well as a single day bed, for a maximum occupancy of five people.

Like most rooms at the High Mountain Lodge, the bathroom is small. Access to the one bathroom is through the bedroom. Double occupancy rates from $125 to $195. Additional adults are $25 per night, and children are $15.

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Room Eleven

On the other side of the Atrium, Rooms 11 through 14 enjoy open views of that spectacular space up a dramatic staircase. Each room has a private entrance off a driveway at the top of the property in addition to doors opening off the Atrium.

It is one of the rooms that boasts good wireless internet reception and is a favorite of people who need to mix business with pleasure while enjoying the beauty of the Colorado high country.

Room 11 is a comfortable smaller room with fireplace, a queen-size bed, and a very large ADA bathroom.

Room Eleven does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers.

While the room is ADA compliant, it is probably not the best room for disabled people--unless they are wheelchair bound. The High Mountain Lodge provides breakfast room service at no extra charge to disabled guests staying in Room 11. Rates from $105 to $155 double occupancy.

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Room Twelve

A quiet room on the upper level off the pool atrium, Room 12 has a comfortable king-sized bed and boasts a spacious bathroom as well as a fireplace. Room Twelve does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers. Room Twelve does not have a window to the outside other than the one in the door. Sliding glass doors on the other side of the room open onto the open hallway down to the Atrium. Rates from $105 to $155.

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Room Twelve

Room Thirteen

Room 13 is the rarity at the High Mountain Lodge: it boasts two twin beds. It’s perfect for friends traveling and playing together. Like the other rooms above the pool, it has a private entrance with parking outside the door. Of course, it has a fireplace, and a bathroom larger than is customary at the High Mountain Lodge. There is also an enormous art deco armoire with hanging space as well as mulitiple drawers. The sliding glass door opens onto the hallway above the atrium. The only outside window is in the door to the outside. Rates from $105 to $155.

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Room Fourteen

Room 14 is one of those miracles at the High Mountain Lodge. Located on the upper level above the Atrium, it boasts not only a spacious room, but a spacious bathroom, as well! With bright views of high peaks as well as a private entrance, it's a favorite of repeat guests at the High Mountain Lodge. Room Fourteen does not have a clothes closet; there is a rack of hooks with coat hangers. Rates from $105 to $155.

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Room 11

Room One

Room Two

Room Three

Room Four--the Library

Room Five

Room Six

Room Seven

Room Eight

Room 9 (the Valley View Suite)

Room 10 (the Atrium Suite)

Room Eleven

Room Twelve

Room Thirteen

Room Fourteen

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