Private Colorado Ski Resort Is Set To Launch ~
If you’ve just won the lottery or are just filthy rich and love to ski, you might be interested to know that a new private Colorado ski resort is set to Launch. Jim Aronstein, owner of Cimmaron Mountain Club has created a ski resort so exclusive you have to gain approval to even look at their website.
Aronstein, a retired lawyer, purchased about 2000 acres of former logging land in 2005 for his family getaways and ski vacations. They turned this private mountain paradise into their own ski area. They cut their own ski runs and for years enjoyed skiing the amazing powder that Southwestern Colorado has to offer.
In 2012 Aronstein decided he wanted to share his wonderful powder stash and came up with the plans for a private ski area. The Cimmaron Mountain Club is located between the towns of Gunnison and Montrose, both which have airport access. With only 12 lots available, valued between $2.7 and $3.85 million, this uber exclusive ski resort caters to the most wealthy skiers from around the world. Owners enjoy private skiing on some of the best snow in Colorado. The San Juan mountains average about 350 inches of incredible powder a year. With private snowcats, over 1,600 feet of vertical rise and a skiable area about the size of Aspen shared between only 35 people, you’re sure to find amazing skiing and fresh tracks all day.
Some other big names in the ski industry are on board with this project as well. John Norton – former head of Crested Butte Mountain Resort and formerly 2nd in charge of Aspen Skiing & Co., Johnnie Stevens – former head of the Telluride ski resort, Andy Daly – owner of Powderhorn ski resort and former Vail Resorts executive, and Bill Kane – former planner for Aspen Skiing & Co. With talent and experience like this, the Cimmaron Mountain Club is sure to be absolutely amazing.
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