Memoirs of Snowmass: Detour Abode; compost sheets; complex joins Autograph Collections

This map shows the detour for Owl Creek trail users.
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Owl Creek Trail Detour

Users of a segment of the Owl Creek Trail will continue to be detoured this week.

Paving will take place along a segment of the Owl Creek Trail on Thursday, September 29 and Friday, September 30, marking the final part of a trail project to improve the safety and usability of trails for all users, according to an announcement. . from the town of Snowmass Village.

A diversion route remains in place, directing trail users off the paved path along Owl Creek Road between Pinecrest Drive and the hilltop beyond the city limits. Public access to the Tom Blake Trailhead and trailhead will be impacted during paving operations. Temporary single lane closures on Owl Creek and Pinecrest Drive may occur, and motorists should exercise caution when traveling in the area. Trail users are encouraged to park at the municipal park.

The compost bin for fall leaves opens on October 1

With fall in full swing, the Town of Snowmass will be opening a compost bin for fallen leaves in the rear parking lot of Community Rodeo Grounds on Saturday, October 1. | Courtesy Image

A leaf compost bin in the rear parking lot of the Community Rodeo Grounds will open on Saturday, October 1.

Residents are encouraged to bring their leaves to the compost station, which is provided by the city, instead of community dumps. “We are asking property managers and landscaping companies that collect yard waste from multiple properties to refrain from using the trash can, as it is for residents on their private property,” the city said in a statement. communicated.

The 2022 Fall Leaf Composting Bin at Rodeo Grounds will remain in place until weather permits. The bin is reserved for fall leaves.

The following items are not permitted: garbage, non-compostable items, branches, grass clippings, logs or wood

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Viewline Resort Snowmass Officially Joins Autograph Collection Hotels

Viewline Resort Snowmass, Autograph Collection, seen from above the base of the Snowmass ski area. | Courtesy Image

Viewline Resort Snowmass announced last week that it has officially joined Autograph Collection Hotels, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s group of independent hotels.

The hotel recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation thanks to the partnership of High Street Property Partners, RGP partners, ACRON Real Estate Investments and Davidson Hotel Group.

“We are thrilled to introduce our newly renovated four-star resort and iconic Snowmass Village to the Autograph Collection Hotels family,” Bob Jensch, regional vice president, Resorts Division, Davidson Hospitality Group, said in a statement. “Our unique mountainside experience embodies the brand’s ethos of selecting hotels for originality and passion in every expression, and we look forward to showing it to new and returning guests in time for the ski season. of this year and beyond.”

Viewline Resort Snowmass, Autograph Collection has 254 rooms including 20 suites; Lupine Spa, a full-service Ayurvedic wellness destination; and amenities such as a private concierge for skis and bikes, a heated mountainside pool with sundeck and deck, an on-site fitness center, and 24,000 square feet of special event space combined with the resort and at the adjacent Viewline Event Center.

In partnership with RING on HOOK and Davidson Restaurant Group, the hotel will include Stark’s Alpine Grill restaurant, Lobby Bar après-ski cocktail lounge and independent cafe, First Chair.

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