Ski Town Condos

Green Garfield sign next to a highway winding through the mountains covered in trees with green and orange leaves

Directions and Contact Information

Situated amidst the San Isabel National Forest in Garfield, Colorado, Ski Town Condos is conveniently located for enjoying all of the activities and attractions in the Monarch Mountain Ski Area. Our Chaffee County lodging puts you in the heart of the Colorado Rockies, near Salida, Buena Vista, Poncha Springs, as well as natural sites including the Arkansas River, the 14ers of the Sawatch Range, and several hot springs. Come stay with us, while you play!

GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 38.5525496 Longitude: -106.2943392

Contact Information

Ski Town Condos
22595 Martin St
Salida, CO 81201

Phone: (719) 539-7928
gigi@skitowncondos.com

Driving Directions

Click Read More for directions from Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Grand Junction, and Garfield/Monarch.

From Denver: Highway 285 west to Hwy 50 west, to Garfield/Monarch (approx 153 miles)

From Colorado Springs: Highway 115 to Highway 50 West to Garfield (approx 119 miles)

From Pueblo: Highway 50 West to Garfield (approx 114 miles)

From Grand Junction:  Highway 50 East to Garfield/Monarch (approx 175 miles)

Directions to Ski Town Condos in Garfield/Monarch: 22595 Martin St, Salida, CO 81201

Please Note:  must use Salida, CO 81201 to get directions to find Ski Town Condos in Garfield, CO, located 18 miles west of Salida, and 3 miles east of Monarch Mountain Ski area.

Drive West on Hwy 50 at Poncha Springs for 12 miles to County Road 227 & 229, look for Mile Marker 205. Make the next left after mile marker 205 on County Road 229 (Martin Street) or County Road 227 (Main Street); Ski Town Condos will be on the right side on County Road 229 (Martin Street). (Ski Town Condos are located between mile marker 205 and the Monarch Mountain Lodge off Hwy 50 on CR 229.)  Look for the small Ski Town Condos sign off Hwy 50 on County Road 229 with red letters.

Due to Colorado winter weather & road conditions we recommend you be prepared with 4-wheel drive/All-wheel drive with snow tires or chains/cables. County Roads 227 & 229 are maintained by the county one time a day during the snow months.

Colorado has a traction law: An active Traction Law requires motorists to have either snow tires, tires with the mud/snow (M+S) designation, or a four-wheel/all-wheel-drive vehicle. All tires must now have a minimum of three-sixteenths inch tread.

Please note:  In the winter months it is best to drive in & out from the east side of Garfield due to the steepness of the road near the Monarch Mountain Lodge.

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