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I had a great time here! We were in for spring skiing and the location is the best you can get at winter park. The check in process was a bit confusing because they do not have the front desk staffed after a certain time...More
This resort is a great value if you want Winter Park ski access. It's located on the corridor between Mary Jane base and Winter Park base. The corridor is a little flat, so snowboards won't like it too much. The rooms are individually owned. Our...More
We loved this condo! The natural light is amazing, it made the unit feel so open and airy. The condo is actually very, very spacious and there was plenty of room for the 5 of us, and all of our gear without feeling like it...More
Had a very nice 2BR condo with great amenities - fireplace, w/d, cable tv, d/w. Lots of space in the living room for chilling after skiing. Nice full kitchen, stocked with stuff left from previous tenants - thanks! Couldn't have been happier.
We stayed at Iron Horse in a studio condo (2054) from March 2-5. I booked online with Winter Park Central Reservations who, in turn, sent the reservation to Resort Management Group who manages that unit. It is outdated, which doesn't bother me, however, the bed...More
US$115 - US$1,026 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Better yet, take the train or express bus from DIA to Denver's Union Station. Then jump AMTRAK's California Zephyr up to the Winter Park Fraser station. It's only about $25.00 each way per person and is beyond beautiful... More
Better yet, take the train or express bus from DIA to Denver's Union Station. Then jump AMTRAK's California Zephyr up to the Winter Park Fraser station. It's only about $25.00 each way per person and is beyond beautiful.
The westbound departs in the early morning, eastbound in the afternoon.
There is a bridge from (I believe) the 4th floor of Iron Horse to the green run "Corridor". This is where you will strap on your skis every morning. The run is very flat but skiable. If it is a powder day you will need to... More
There is a bridge from (I believe) the 4th floor of Iron Horse to the green run "Corridor". This is where you will strap on your skis every morning. The run is very flat but skiable. If it is a powder day you will need to do some poling. It is probably a half mile to the base of Winter Park. As you get closer to the base the run does get a bit steeper to help you glide into Zephyr. We love this place!
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"Ask for a room overlooking The Corridor; or a Premium unit with a few of the woods."