Groups staying at Snow Mountain Ranch have a variety of dining options available. Group Leaders with group members staying in lodge rooms choose between two available meal plans, the American Plan (breakfast, lunch and dinner) or the Modified American Plan (breakfast and dinner). Please call a Group Reservation Specialist for current prices, 1-800-777-9622. Both meal plans are served in the Schlessman Commons:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served every day in an all-you-can-eat buffet style dining hall. Fresh salad bar, delicious deserts and homemade specialties accompany every meal. Enjoy the majestic mountain views while dining with your group.
Ski Season (mid-Nov through mid-April): 6:30am – 9:00am
Spring, Summer and Fall: 7:00am – 9:00am
11:30am – 1:00pm
Refreshments, Cookouts & Grills
Snow Mountain Ranch makes hosting a hungry group easy! Refreshments are available to order, offering a variety of drink options and snacks from gourmet lunch boxes to a sunrise special breakfast, just to mention a few.
Looking to grill out? We rent large or small grills for an outdoor gathering. If you would like us to do the cooking, join us for an evening summer cookout every Saturday during the summer months.
Group leaders interested in ordering refreshments, grills or planning a cookout, please have your group number available and either email@example.com or call 970-887-2152.
Other options for quick snacks and supplies:
Buckboard Grill & Grocery
Located in the Administration Building, providing snacks, sandwiches, hot grill items and a small variety of grocery supplies. Hours vary with seasons. Please call for schedule.
Skinny Ski Cafe
Stop by on a snowy day for a hot soup bread bowl, hot cocoa or a high energy snack. The perfect place to relax after a day in the snow. Located on the second level of the Nordic Center and open during the ski season.
For youth development
To promote youth development, YMCA of the Rockies offers day camp and overnight programs that enable kids to learn, grow and play together. While kids are at camp,parents have time to themselves and kids have the opportunity to create healthy relationships with their counselors and peers in a supportive and nurturing atmosphere.
For healthy living
To promote healthy living, YMCA of the Rockies offers miles and miles of hiking, biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails on our properties. Adventure programming, sports facilities, outdoor education and youth conferences all add to our youth development focus. The Program Departments’ varied offerings include group and family activities to engage guests’ entire spirit, mind and body.
For social responsibility
To promote social responsibility, YMCA of the Rockies is committed to diversity and respect for all people by utilizing more than 50,000 volunteer hours every year, hosting more than 2,500 outdoor education students to instill in them stewardship of our earth, promoting global awareness through the international trainee program and supporting the Chaplains Departments’ religious education programming for youth and adults. Additionally, YMCA of the Rockies endeavors to operate its centers in an earth-friendly fashion with active recycling programs, sustainable architecture in new construction and active natural resource management plans.