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Nestled in an intimate valley, about 8 miles from Aspen, high in the Elk Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Snowmass Village is a magical place that offers year round activities for the whole family. Capitol Peak is a mixed-use property offering 87 luxury condominiums, a conference center and commercial amenities. Winter or summer, everything that you need for an incredible experience is within steps of your condominium.

The Treehouse, located in Base Village only steps away, brings the outdoors inside, inviting children to begin their alpine journey through hands-on, interactive activities.  It has a ski & snowboard school, family-friendly climbing gym, teen activities, kids' retail and a host of themed rooms for ages eight weeks and older.  Activities are abound throughout the year so make sure to check them out!

The Capitol Peak Lodge Condominiums are available in several configurations, including studios and one, two and three bedrooms. Captiol Peak is located slopeside, with ski in/out convenience, and within the Base Village vitality of shops and restaurants.  On site recreational facilities include a  fitness center, two hot tubs, pool table and ski locker rooms.

The Capitol Peak Lodge Homeowners Association is responsible for administering the affairs of the common elements of Capitol Peak. The Association determines community standards, sets its annual budget, and maintains reserves for the maintenance of common elements, including the exterior of all homes. Part of your ownership obligation is to pay association dues that take care of the general common elements (i.e., building exteriors  and interior hallways) of the Association. A comprehensive set of neighborhood rules and regulations has been established in the Association’s “Declarations” and "Rules and Regulations". As a member of the Association, you will be notified of all meetings and may wish to serve on its Board of Directors.

The links and password protected areas of this site are designed to inform and assist you in understanding the rights and obligations of ownership as well as help you keep informed of Association business. Look for new additions and updated information specifically for Condominium Homeowners.

Base Village Conference Center

With more than 8,000 square feet of conference space, this new slopeside meeting area is the perfect setting for conferences, weddings and celebrations of any size. It is conveniently located in Base Village within walking distance of four restaurants: Base Camp, Ricards, Slice, and Bia Hoi; and several retail shops: Aspen Sports, Generation Snowmass, Performance Ski and Snowmass Style.


Snowmass Village Activities

There are more than twenty restaurants within a short walk or ride on the skittles. Just minutes away in Aspen are even more dining, shopping and recreation choices. Visit museums and fine art galleries, or attend concerts, dance performances, theater, stand-up comedy, and film showings; it all happens right here!
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