Skier's Edge Condominiums
1 rental: $86 per night
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For year-round pleasure, Skier's Edge offers an indoor pool and hot tub. Close by are the slopes of Breckenridge, with more than 70 miles of trails, and a ski school is 10 minutes away. Try your skill at snowmobiling, ice-skating, ice fishing, or sleigh rides. Summer adventures include Jeep trips, white-water rafting, or check out the alpine slide or human maze. Summit County has four golf courses and many public tennis courts. Lake Dillon offers sailing under spectacular scenery, and hiking is right out the back door, or try the Quandry Trail across the street.
The Lodge completed a large renovation in July 2008. All rooms have been thoroughly redecorated with new furniture, appliances, cabinetry, and bedding. The kitchens are fully appointed with new cookware/silverware.
Internet Access: There is free wi-fi access in the lobby if guests bring their lap tops. At this time, there is not internet access in the rooms. Computer On-Site: There is a computer in the library which guests can use for internet access for a minimal weekly charge.Skier's Edge Condominiums
4192 Highway 9
Breckenridge, Colorado 80424 map it
- BBQ Area
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Game Room
- Health Club
- Indoor Pool
- Internet Access
- Laundry Room
- Video Rentals
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Boating (15 miles)
- Downhill Skiing (6 miles)
- Golf (8 miles)
- Grocery Store (6 miles)
- Horseback Riding (6 miles)
- Lake (10 miles)
- Live Entertainment (6 miles)
- Medical Facilities (6 miles)
- Playground Area (6 miles)
- Racquetball (6 miles)
- Restaurant (6 miles)
- Ski School (6 miles)
- Tennis (6 miles)
- Water Skiing (20 miles)
- User: aaronb133
- Posted: Dec 30, 2013
We stayed at Skier's Edge for Spring Break 2013. The unit was nice and clean, the staff was friendly. It's a little ways out of town, but not bad if you get out to the slopes early. We had all three of our kids in ski school, so had no problem parking. Getting to the slopes was actually easier staying at Skier's edge than it was in the resort just across the street from the parking lot! (Lots of walking through the hotel, multiple elevators, etc). Hopping in the car and pulling right up to the ski school was definitely easy.
I did miss being able to walk around town from the hotel, but the scenic drive and quiet location were fine for our family.
I've owned two RCI weeks (Galveston, Maui) and have stayed in dozens of RCI resorts over the last 25 years, I've already booked Spring Break 2014 at Skier's Edge.
- User: sinc
- Posted: Mar 24, 2010
Charming old lodge recently rehabbed into prime condition. Killer view from the deck. A few miles south of Breckenridge---for some a disadvantage---for me a great location away from it all, particularly in summer. Not a luxury place but pleasant nonetheless. Wilderness just a few steps away.
- User: jeffreyw34
- Posted: Apr 24, 2007
- Updated: Jan 29, 2008
Stayed there Christmas/New Years 2007 and I loved the place great pool and hot tub. My wife loved the fact that both units were renovated but still hated that the studios because they were too small, but I still liked the rooms.
A bit of a haul from the lifts at Breckenridge.
Staff was friendly. A bar/restuarant should be added to allow for a drink after hours.
- User: bena7
- Posted: Jan 9, 2007
We exchanged through RCI to stay at Skier's Edge. We were told it was "in" Breckenridge. It is NOT in Breckenridge but in the town of Blue River. It is approxiamately 6-8 miles out of Breckenridge. The staff at Skier's Edge were very cordial and accomodating. The office is only open until 7, so if we wanted to swim, we had to run down to get our towels before the office closed.
The indoor pool is beautiful, but chilly. They said they keep it at 85 degrees, but when we checked the temp,it was 77-78 degrees. Once we started moving, the water felt warmer. The hot tub was disgusting. It looks like it hasn't been cleaned in a LONG time. When we turned it on, the foam (from the chemicals being wrong/off) was DIRTY. I felt gross getting out of the hot tub. You could see the dirt in the scum.
The rooms were nice and small. They are very old and falling apart. The wall paper in the bathroom was peeling off the wall, the floor tiles were peeling. I went through the checklist when we first checked in to verify the totals of all if the utensils. I wasnot going to do it at first, but when I glanced in the cupboard, there was an obvious discrpenacy, so I filled out the form. If the maids review the checklist after each guest, someonewasn't doing their job. There were a lot of things missing.... plates, glasses, etc. SInce I work as a secret shopper, I have this habit of checking things out really well.
There is also a mini-gym on site and a game room. Most, if not all of the games in the game room were broken (or unplugged. we could not find the plug to check it)
We attended another timeshare presentation in Breckenridge and found out that the Skier's Edge is under new management. We were told (this is hear- say of course) that the old owners never used the money/maintenance fees for upkeep and upgrades so that is why it is falling apart. It looked like the new management is working hard on the units and hopefully that will show. For people who like to be near the action, but not to near,this is an ideal location.
Personally, we like to be in town. We like to be able to walk to everything and go out in the evening and have a drink with dinner. When you stay at skier's Edge, you can not do that. There are not even any taxi's to take back to the Condo.
Recommendations for the SKier's Edge would be to add a small restaurant/bar to the location,continue to clean up and redo the units, and train the kids who work there to not only add chemicals to the hot tub and pool, but clean them and maintain them more effeciently.
- User: bobb79
- Posted: Nov 21, 2005
I am very pleased with the updates that have been occurring over the last 2-3 years. This is a nice place to take your family. My kids especially enjoyed the indoor pool. I enjoyed the hot tub after a hard day of skiing.
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