The Mountain House Lodge was a member of the Aspen Chamber of Commerce and collaborated with the Aspen Valley Hospital, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Wheeler Opera House.

The Mountain House Lodge has had an interesting past, leading up to its current state. It was established in 1973 and originally named Rick’s Racks. At that time, nightly bunk bed rentals were only $3/night. Can you believe that patrons could ski right down the back stairs into the 2 Spike Bar? Nowadays, it is much more family-friendly than it used to be!

The first person up at the Bed & Breakfast was traditionally responsible for making everyone else’s breakfast. The pleasant Lodge employees now offer a continental breakfast every day to you as a guest!

We recently moved into a new house, and the previous hot tub was on the back deck. However, due to a local bear’s usage of it, we had to remove it. We assure you that the new hot tub will not include four-footed companions!

In 1990, the Lodge was upgraded and opened as the Endeavor Lodge. The East side of the building was added on, giving a total of 27 rooms for guests.

This lodge is located in a quiet downtown neighborhood with the Roaring Fork River and the Rio Grande Bike Trail nearby. You can also reach Hunter Creek Valley and some of the best hiking and biking trails in the Aspen Mountains within minutes.

Guests keep coming back year after year, and many recall the Rick’s Racks of old. You may frequently hear people talking in the Lodge Lobby.

We want to offer you something special, and we believe that making life-long memories with your family is one of the most gratifying things anyone can do.