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FAQs for registered guests
  • Coffee Pot – We have a traditional 12 cup and Keurig style coffee maker w/coffee & filters to get you started. Please bring your own special coffee & supplies.
  • Crock Pots – We have 1 large roaster, 1 standard crock pot.
  • Gas BBQ grill is provided on the upper deck for your convenience and pleasure. You are responsible for the cleaning after usage.
  • Hair Dryers – Yes, we have one in each bathroom.
  • Bluetooth A/V Receiver – In Great Room
  • Pac-N-Play – Yes, we have one pack-n-play w/linens, one high chair, and 2 baby gates (We do not have a crib). Please check the hall closet next to the garage and the downstairs closets (2) for the pac-n-play, linens, high chair, baby gates and air mattresses. Note: sometimes the baby gates end up in the closet next to the garage. For additional items to rent call Mountain Tots @ 970-368-4447.
  • Sofa’s: two in theater room, one in lower level living room, one “L” shaped in great room (none are hide-a-beds).
  • Six bunkbeds with individual Roku TVs and views of the sky chutes
  • Toiletries – Shampoo, conditioner & soap are provided as well as 2 rolls of toilet paper per bathroom & 2 rolls of paper towels in the kicthen. We highly recommend you bring more paper goods for your group.
  • Snow sleds – Sledding is not allowed at Copper Mountain. If you are interested in tubing be sure to check out the fun tubing hill in East Village.
  • Shipping – Our address is 548 Beeler Pl., Copper Mtn., CO, 80443. However, you will be at your own risk of deliveries prior to your arrival.
  • Trash - Trash pickup is on Monday and Thursday afternoons. Please kindly place trash cans outside the street-side garage door (you do not need to take it out to the road). Please also put cans back in garage at night.
  • Wifi -- Although our home is equipped with wireless internet, we do not guarantee its service due to intermittent mountain interference and power surges. It is highly recommended that guests provide their own “hotspot”.
  • Absolutely no parties, weddings, or receptions are allowed at the lodge. If there are any signs of parties it will result in the loss of the damage deposit. Per Summit County regulations no more then 19 people are allowed on the property.
  • To Open The Great Room Door: PLEASE WATCH BEFORE trying to operate the door... *Please note: you are responsible for any damages caused to this sliding door.
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Climate Control ... Our lodge is heated by a boiler system that circulates fluid through a piping system in the floors. Thermostats are strategically placed throughout the home. However, we ask that you instruct your guests to not adjust above 65 degrees as they are already set to an optimum level. Be aware, if adjustments/changes are made, it takes 1- 2 days for the home to “re-stabilize”. For optimum comfort, turn on/off fireplaces and/or open/close windows as necessary.

Fireplaces... Due to extended periods between usages, some of the fireplaces will not immediately light. If that occurs, turn switch off after about 10 seconds and try again. Sometimes you may have to continue cycling this switch for as long as 10 minutes to purge the system before it will light. Also, listen for a clicking of the ignitor while the pilot is trying to light. Continue to do this until it lights. On a few rare occasions the 9 volt battery that operates the ignitor may need replacing. (call for instructions) Be sure to turn off all fireplaces when not in the room.

Upon check out... Kindly return all remotes to the appropriate rooms, lock all doors (except house to garage), close all windows and please make sure all lights are off, thermostats set as placarded and that the garage door is fully closed. Also, we would greatly appreciate if you would strip all beds (leave in room), empty the refrigerator, stack all towels in bathrooms, and load/start the dishwashers. “Check out” is 11:00 a.m. unless other arrangements have been made. In the event of “back to back” guests that will be arriving on the same day... the cleaning crew may arrive as early as 9am on the day of your departure and the “check in” time may be moved to 4:30pm. Your patience and understanding would be greatly appreciated. Disrespectful guests that leave unusual debri and cause excessive cleaning as determined by the cleaning crew will be charge excess cleaning and damage fees. Please text Adrienne upon your departure at 720.289.8829

No keys are provided. Access codes will be provided in your Welcome Letter which you will receive approximately 2 days prior to your arrival.

Please note the beautiful wine room. Many of our guests have signed their empty bottles with a date and message. Feel free to do the same and look over our many interesting visitor comments. A rinsed bottle and cork would be appreciated.

Directions to Copper Mountain, Colorado 80443 ...

Please note: Colorado has Passenger Vehicle Traction & Chain Laws for driving in the high country. Colorado now has (2) traction laws. Traction laws often are in effect when there is winter weather. The first stage, Passenger Vehicle Traction Law requires drivers to have snow tires (M+S designation), four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive if there are 1/8 inch tread on tires. The second stage is the Passenger Vehicle Chain Law. Rarely in effect, it requires all vehicles to have chains or an alternative traction device. For more information please visit:

From Denver International: Head out of Denver International Airport on Pena Blvd toward I-70/E-470, make a slight right and take exit to I-70W continue for 90 miles and take exit 195 to merge onto CO-91S toward Leadville/Copper Mountain.(follow signs to Copper Mountain) Turn right at Copper Road, follow Copper Road to the roundabout (just past Passage Point Condominium Complex on left), continue through the roundabout (1/4 through the circle) and the road turns into Beeler Place; continue on Beeler Place and cross over bridge (Ignore “Do Not Enter” signs since these exist to prevent regular skier traffic) until you reach the Security Gate for Lewis Ranch (a four digit code will be provided prior to check in). Continue through gate and to 548 Beeler Place. Lodge at Timberline is the 6th home on your left.

We hope you enjoy your stay at Timberline Lodge!! Please call with any questions or concerns.

Help Us Keep Colorado Sustainable

We strive to provide luxury while also protecting our environment and community

  • Fresh Filtered Water
    Eliminate the plastic waste. We offer soft filtered water for drinking, cooking, and showering. No need to buy bottled water.
  • Recycle
    Do your part by seperating trash from recycling. We hope to add a composting option in the future!
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