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“Small, cozy, and warm”

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Owner description: A beautiful multidenominational church on the mountain, with a lovely bell and stone steeple.
Reviewed January 1, 2013

After a long hike, we ducked into this beautiful chapel at the foot of the mountain to catch our breath. The whole decor is inspired by the nature surrounding it, and best of all, there is a funny little sign on the front door that says, "please keep doors closed or else bears and other forest creatures will make this their home"

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Reviewed October 22, 2012

Beautiful building, host to several worship services for different faiths at different times/days. Even if you don't attend a service, you pass by the Chapel if you do the 5 Senses walk. Take a peek inside; it is beautiful.

Thank jrink55
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Reviewed August 30, 2012

We enjoyed an Episcopal service here and really enjoyed the architecture and beauty of the area. Very close to hotel, just up the canyon from Avon to Beaver Creek.

Thank GEOAHC
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Reviewed August 19, 2012

This chapel is right off the main road but situated along the creek and walking trail so it appears as though it is nestled in the woods. The exterior is stone and fits well in it's setting, making for some great photography. The interior is nicely adorned but simple and quaint.

Thank mbh-travels
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Reviewed August 1, 2012

This delightful chapel is located up the hill from the more crowded central part of Beaver Creek. It is warm and friendly in spite of the fact that most worshippers are not full time residents. If you visit at Christmas, both the midnight mass (get there early as this is a very popular service) and Christmas Day morning family services are highly recommended.

Thank laansa
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