Our first visit to Grand Timber Lodge was about 6 years ago. We have been back almost every year. The property has a great location and is very well mainted. The pools are wonderful and offer a heated oasis after a long day on the slopes and the atmosphere is relaxed. The food in the restaurant is good. We reside at sea level, so canned oxygen - "Boost" is a must to avoid being down the first day. We purchase it online and our entire family uses it to eliminate the first day headache from the altitude. It's even better than a cup of coffee in the morning at home if you don't use it all on vacation:) The condos are spacious and have stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The ski in is fine until April 1st, then it gets muddy and it's more of a walk to the lift than ski. Take the 90 minute tour and get your $100 for town or discounted ski passes. After renting online the first trip we took the tour and were impressed with everything but the purchase price. Instead we bought a 2 bedroom lockout from a private party online for less than 1/2 and enjoy the same benefits as if we paid full price. Last year we couldn't use a week so I rented it for $1000 on craigslist and it sold in a day. I traded a year ago for a the Marriott Ocean club in Aruba and didn't spend a dime. If you are commited to traveling annually, this might be for you.