When in Aspen … Live Like a Local

What's the secret to happiness for Owners at Dancing Bear Aspen when in their adopted home (Aspen)?

It's not just the exquisite surrounding at Dancing Bear 's luxury accommodations and fractional living spaces, it's Aspen itself. The community is rich with ideas, with arts, with options for the active lifestyle ... and Timbers Resorts is a part of that community.

Let's take a closer look at what that means. When you move here, when you stay here, the place itself is a part of a tapestry — day to day, night to night — this is the town and these are some special ways to explore it.

Opportunities and Ownership

The short list of ways that Aspen and Dancing Bear intertwine could stretch on for quite a length, but some highlights are worth a moment. We'll touch upon seven: ways you'll play to the ways you'll relax, from the spots you'll dine and drink to the events that bring together Owners and other members of the Aspen community.

— Aspen Outfitting Company: Getting outside is part of the Aspen experience. The Outfitting Company helps Owners at Dancing Bear to see and experience everything about the stunning landscapes in this part of the world. Timbers Resorts Owners enjoy preferred rates on equipment and outdoor activities (including prime access to private fishing spots).

— Aspen Music Festival: In the summer, especially, Aspen comes alive with culture. A key event is the music festival. From concerts to receptions, Dancing Bear Owners are invited to private performances and guest status at the main events.

— Aspen Center for Environmental Studies: One can't underestimate the importance of nature to the environs of Aspen. The ACES brings Owners into the rich landscape surrounding Dancing Bear, up into the woods and mountains on guided hikes at preferred rates.

Remède Spa: After a day of play, an afternoon or the next morning at the spa makes for a healthy mind and body. Dancing Bear Owners enjoy 10% off the menu of soothing services at Remède, plus complimentary access to the spa and facility.

— Casa Tua: If all this good living has encouraged an appetite, step into this elegant nightclub and restaurant for fine dining (and a little dancing after). Dancing Bear Owners are also invited to the art and fashion shows for which Casa Tua is also known.

— Brexi: The onsite bistro at Dancing Bear is part of a family of great eating establishments in Aspen. Step out to Wild Fig, Steakhouse No. 316, or Above the Salt, and present your Dancing Bear Aspen Restaurant card for a 10% discount.

 IWM Cellars: If you've a taste for fabulous pours, explore the selection via IWM and The Little Nell, where preferred rates and online cellar management is part of the Dancing Bear experience in Aspen.

For more information on living like a local at Dancing Bear Aspen, visit our site, stop by our Sales Gallery at 411 South Monarch Street in Aspen, or contact us via phone at 970.925.2510 or via email at info@dancingbearaspen.com.