Rendezvous with DestinyOctober 18, 2016 by Ellen Olson Four-season recreation and resort mountain homes await at Rendezvous Colorado Sponsored Content A stunning mountain resort community located enviably on the border of Winter Park, Colorado, Rendezvous boasts smart floor plans, a variety of price points, generous custom home sites, and trailside living at its best. The Moosehorn Cabin offers three distinctive floor plans designed with a range of family needs in mind. All homes include “drop zones” for boots and gear at entries, and, depending on the plan, Moosehorn is built with upper- and lower-level dual family room options or a main-floor master/dual master option. All cabins feature covered decks. With a pine wood accent wall and views of Byers Peak in Arapaho National Forest, a wide-open main level great room anchors this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath Moosehorn Downhill Ranch cabin. Some Moosehorn floor plans offer a second family room and open loft area. At Rendezvous, residents enjoy trailside living at its best. Miles of trails wind through the community and tie in to the Grand County trail system. Open for biking and hiking, some trails are groomed in the winter for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The Rendezvous trail system backs up to the Arapaho National Forest. The 2-bedroom, 2-bath Buckhorn Paired Cabin is the new kid on the Rendezvous block and features sleek mountain architecture with vaulted ceilings and open living areas. These cabins are walkable to the town of Winter Park, and have direct access to fishing on the Fraser River. The Buckhorn Paired Cabin showcases a mountain modern design with generous outdoor living space ample for a hot tub and gatherings with family and friends. A 26-foot deep garage provides protected storage for your car and toys. With views of the Winter Park Ski Area and the Continental Divide, Mary’s Pond is a stocked trout pond for Rendezvous residents. Homeowners also have exclusive access to Club Rendezvous, a private alpine club at the base of Winter Park Resort. Wildlife is abundant at Rendezvous. Fox families make base camp in the rock walls that line Pioneer Trail Road. Moose hang out in the upper meadows. Otters play in the streams and ponds and can best be seen at dusk. Deer, elk and bear are also commonly seen throughout the community.