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Scroll down for more views of the home and for maps of the area. Click on photo to take in the big mountain view from the deck. We will then show you inside.

Own a classic of Colorado History: your own ski lodge on 14 acres with lots of aspen. Have your own private
snowmobile runs and sledding hill. This ski area closed down in the 1960s as the new mega-resorts were being built.
It is now a charming home, like-new inside and out. You'll love the spacious wood-finished living room by the large
sunny deck with perfect views of Trail Mountain. Attractive tiles in the kitchen and entryways.
The sunny exposure helps to warm the house, even in the depths of winter. $469,000

Scroll down for a winter view of the setting and also for maps of the area. Click on photo to see the mountain view from the deck.

Scroll down to see the high peaks rising above timberline in the National Forest across the valley.

Scroll down for maps of the area, historic photos and also a video link.
To see the home, turn west onto Road 41 near the StillWater Boat launch on Lake Granby and head west about 5 miles away
from highway sounds into the beautiful Trail Creek Valley and close to National Forest Trails.
Approx. 14.4 acres. Tract A Hooks Subdivision. #4314 Road 41, Granby, Colorado.

Directly below is a map outlining the 14 acres. Farther down are photos of the engine house for the rope tow and more.

Scroll down for a map showing the property's relation to Lake Granby.

Lodge is located in the center left of the map. To the far right is the Stillwater Boat Launch. Scroll down for a video to National Forest Land near the northwest corner of the map.

Scroll down for photos of the original rope tow engine house and a piece of grooming equipment.
Click here to see more of the land around the ski lodge home in the Trail Creek Valley. We will then take you inside it.

The engine house is located above the 14 acres with the lodge. Scroll down to see a grooming rake.

Click on photo to see more of the land with this classic Colorado history.

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