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Snow Mountain Ranch

1101 County Road 53, Granby, CO 80446
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Open year round, Snow Mountain Ranch is Colorado’s affordable family resort & conference center. Enjoy 8,000 acres of activities, hikes, history and a wide variety of lodging options including cabins and lodge rooms. Meals available on site. Enjoy many free activities including an indoor pool, family programs, fishing, hiking, disc golf, mini-golf and much more. During the winter, enjoy our Winter Fun Park with XC skiing, snowshoeing, an ice skating pavilion and sledding/tubing.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Heated pool
Indoor pool
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Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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This place is amazing! This is our second year here and we again had a fabulous time! It is SO nice to have so many activities right on site. They will give you a calendar of daily activities, but I also looked online this year to book even more stuff. We did 1 1/2 fishing class with very nice gentlemen. They were so nice to my kids, showing them how to do everything. Did I mention that I did not have to bring anything-they provided rods, bait, etc-so nice! We did the 1/2 mile "Beaver hike" which was also fun. Other activities that we did included archery, summer tubing hill, rock climbing (appreciated that they had the indoor rock climbing option when the weather got bad), zip lining (only $10 to zip), mini golf (free with gorgeous mountain views!), kayaking, and roller skating in the indoor Kiva center. We also participated in their group activities like "Hungry Hippo" catch the ball game in the Kiva center (so fun and funny, definitely signup for this), four square, etc. We never made it to the arts & crafts center but will try to get there next year. This year we discovered the indoor pool (which came in handy because it actually snowed one day). The pool has a slide and a rock climbing wall that you fall directly into the pool! They have goggles, pool toys, and pool towels. Life guards were on duty every time, and very nice. They also have a very nice outdoor playground right next to the tubing hill-mini zipline, obstacle course, etc. My daughter did two trail rides at Sombrero stables, which is also onsite. She did the two-hour trail ride which she really liked. Although they are onsite, they are a separate business, so will have to pay them as such. We stayed in the Sliver Sage lodge as their rooms had two bunk beds and a double bed (no kids fighting over which gets the top bunk). I have also stayed in Aspenbrook lodge which is right next door/connecting. Their rooms have one bunk bed and two double beds. The rooms are very basic but clean. These are the older lodges (no elevators, no A/C, no ice machine). They do have a nice lounge area in the center though. I like that they are the closest to dining, etc. They only have one "all-purpose" soap/shampoo/conditioner/body wash dispenser, so I was glad that I brought my own. Indian Peaks lodge is down the road (newer), with balconies, but their rooms have two double beds and a sofa pullout. Also nice that they include two free breakfasts with each room (no cooking!). There are two dining options here. The Cafeteria is open for all three meals, again basic but good. They have a small grill/pizza place in the main building also. Both of the dining places close by 6:30-7, so plan accordingly for outside dining options if eating later or arriving after that time. The staff here are very nice. Many young (college-age) workers-always with a smile and working really hard. I used to work in management, and kudos to their management that they are able to keep so many of their employees consistently happy and conscientious. We really have a wonderful time! There isn't a better place that you can stay with a family. Thank you for a great week! See you next year!
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We brought a group of 30 seniors on a "Bucket List" trip to have sleigh rides in March. They had a fabulous time. The staff was extremely professional and helpful. Ana, Andrew & Brie (and others) were great in organizing this trip. Thank you so much for a wonderful experience.
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The activities there including horse-riding, sledding, cross-country skiing, and dog-sledding, were very fun and it was a great way to spend a couple of days. The cabin that we were in was nice in cozy although the fire (for whatever reason) did not heat up the cabin AT ALL. That was kinda weird but still. Also, the wifi was TERRIBLE but we were in the mountains so it was fine. Lastly, it's really close to WinterPark so it's pretty great.
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Beautiful ginormous property surrounded by mountains in our own amazing wood cabin. Skiing, tubing, swimming, ice skating, roller skating, crafts, climbing wall, horseback riding in close proximity to Winter Park ski area. It does not get better than this. Great staff and amazing play areas that are dog friendly.
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We went with a family group of 24 people. This was the perfect location for us with the perfect location for going to nearby skiing and lots of stuff to do on campus for those that did not want to ski. The indoor basketball, roller skating area was fantastic and the family pool was really fun. The kids really enjoyed the bunk bed in the room too. There were fun events scheduled for every day. We were never bored. Check-in was a little bit rough and the keys for our group room seldom worked for more than a few hours which was irritating but not catastrophic.
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PRICE RANGE
$146 - $216 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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snow mountain ranch hotel granby
LOCATION
United StatesColoradoGranby
NUMBER OF ROOMS
286
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