+1 # webadmin 2011-02-20 18:43
I put Lone Eagle, Timbers, Chateaux D'Mont and Slopeside in the ski-in ski-out category, but read the descriptions below and draw your own definition.

Lone Eagle in River Run is arguably the most surely to qualify as ski-in ski-out. From the lobby at Lone Eagle, you can walk out right to the snow and ski down to either the 4-person quad lift or across the skier bridge to the River Run Gondola. Both Skiing in and out are very easy for any level skier at Lone Eagle.

Timbers is right beside Lone Eagle and is also definitely ski-in ski-out. You have to ski out of the 2nd floor which is easily accessible and allows you to glide easily down past lone eagle and to the same two lifts. On the way back, you can go down a blue run through the woods right to your back door OR coast down past Lone Eagle to the ground floor.

In Mountain house, there is no 'walk-out-the-door-and-onto-the-snow' accommodations. The traditional base area lodge occupies that space, but there are two buildings build just beside the lodge that are at most 25-50 yards away in Chateaux D'Mont (original 5-star condo complex of 27 2 and 3 very large bedroom accommodations with private hot tubs!) and Slopeside (originally a hotel, now many economical studio condos with a few 1 bedrooms).

Counting the walk down the hallways and to the elevators and traverse to the lifts, all 4 of these buildings allow you to be on a lift in just 1-3 minutes from the time you leave your condo door with easy and flat walking.
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