ABOUT ASPEN CANYON RANCH

Directions

FROM DENVER, CO

Take Interstate 70 west from to the Silverthorne /Dillon exit 205. Take a right on Highway 9 heading north out of Silverthorne. Go approximately 13 miles on Highway 9 to Ute Pass Road. You will also see a sign for the Henderson Mill; this is the same road as Ute Pass Road. When you reach the top of the pass, the road becomes County Road #3.

The Henderson Mill will be approximately 8 miles after you turn onto Ute Pass Road. The road will come to a “T” and the mill sits at the top of the hill directly in front of you. Take the left of the “T” and follow the road around the mill. The road will turn to dirt at the bottom of the hill.

Aspen Canyon Ranch is approximately 4 miles once you are on the dirt road. You will come to a group of 6 to 8 homes and a group of mailboxes. Aspen Canyon Ranch’s lower entrance is after the group of mailboxes, on your right.

From Breckenridge, CO

Take Highway 9 north to Interstate 70.  Take Interstate 70 east 2 miles to the Silverthorne/Dillon exit 205. Take a left on Highway 9 heading north out of Silverthorne, CO. Go approximately 13 miles on Highway 9 to Ute Pass Road. You will also see a sign for the Henderson Mill; this is the same road as Ute Pass Road. When you reach the top of the pass, the road becomes County Road #3.

The Henderson Mill will be approximately 8 miles after you turn onto Ute Pass Road. The road will come to a “T” and the mill sits at the top of the hill directly in front of you. Take the left of the “T” and follow the road around the mill. The road will turn to dirt at the bottom of the hill.

Aspen Canyon Ranch is approximately 4 miles once you are on the dirt road. You will come to a group of 6 to 8 homes and a group of mailboxes. Aspen Canyon Ranch’s lower entrance is after the group of mailboxes, on your right.

From Keystone, CO

Take Highway 6 West to Interstate 70.  When Highway 6 West goes under Interstate 70 it changes to Highway 9 North. Continue to take Highway 9 heading north out of Silverthorne, CO. Go approximately 13 miles on Highway 9 to Ute Pass Road. You will also see a sign for the Henderson Mill; this is the same road as Ute Pass Road. When you reach the top of the pass, the road becomes County Road #3.

The Henderson Mill will be approximately 8 miles after you turn onto Ute Pass Road. The road will come to a “T” and the mill sits at the top of the hill directly in front of you. Take the left of the “T” and follow the road around the mill. The road will turn to dirt at the bottom of the hill.

Aspen Canyon Ranch is approximately 4 miles once you are on the dirt road. You will come to a group of 6 to 8 homes and a group of mailboxes. Aspen Canyon Ranch’s lower entrance is after the group of mailboxes, on your right.

From Fraser, CO

Take Highway 40 West for 29 miles.  Then turn left on County Road 3 at Parshall, CO.  Take CR 3 for 12 miles and Aspen Canyon Ranch’s lower entrance will be on your left.

ASPEN CANYON RANCH FAQ'S

1. Do you have to be 21 + to stay at Aspen Canyon?

- Yes. You must be 21 + in the state of Colorado to recreationally purchase / consume cannabis. The ranch is 420 friendly, requiring all of our guests to be at least 21 years old.

2. Do you have to be a resident of Colorado to purchase marijuana?

Nope. Anyone over the age of 21 + is allowed to purchase marijuana from dispensaries as long as they have a valid form of ID.

3. Does ACR supply the cannabis for its guests?

Although we do not supply the marijuana, all guests lodging with us here at ACR will receive locals discounts at the dispensaries in Silverthorne, CO. ( Town closest to ranch )

4. Are activities included with the lodging packages?

No, but guests will receive 20 % off any activities they would like to partake in while lodging at Aspen Canyon.

5. What is the closest airport / best way to get to the ranch?

DIA ( Denver International Airport ) is 1 hour and 45 minutes from Aspen Canyon Ranch. The two best ways of getting to the ranch is either renting a car or setting up shuttle transportation. Some of the local shuttle services that will bring you from the airport to the mountains are Colorado Mountain Express, Peak 1 Express, Fresh Tracks Transportation, and High End Transportation.

6. What are the seasons like at ACR?

Summers are warm and comfortable during the day and gets a bit chilly at night, making for perfect sleeping weather. Winters consist of snow, snow, and more snow! If you do not like cold weather or snow, we recommend visiting us in the summer.

7. Are activities offered year round?

Different activities will be offered depending on the season. Summer activities include horseback riding, fly fishing, ATVing, rafting, and trap shooting. Winter activities include snow tubing, snowshoeing, ski shuttle transportation, dog sledding, and snowmobiling. Winter Activities will begin November 18 when we open back up for the season.  Horseback Riding is closed until next summer.

9. What does the rate per night include?

Lodging pricing includes:

 Food - Breakfast, optional soup / salad bar for lunch, 420 happy hour ( appetizers & socializing ) and dinner.

20 % off all activities on the ranch

Discounts at the three local dispensaries : Native Roots, High Country Healing, Alpenglow Botanicals .

Access to all ranch amenities

10. Will the ranch be closing ?

We will be closed from October 16 - November 17, 2016 and an additional three weeks after ski season for seasonal preparation.

11. Are you pet friendly?

Yes, we do allow two pets per room and charge a $25 cleaning fee per pet. Two dogs would cost $50.00 total for the entire stay.

12. Is there a convenience store nearby?

We are located 25 minutes from Silverthorne, CO where there is grocery stores, dispensaries, and everything else you might want for your stay. We do provide meals and snacks but recommend picking anything up in particular you might want.