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A new kind of mountain community

WHERE TOWN MEETS MOUNTAIN

Just over the Continental Divide, in the Fraser Valley, a place called Roam is rising. At the gateway to Winter Park and all things Grand County, where mountain meets meadow, meadow meets town and a river wanders through. Here, distinctive properties are designed to live in harmony with their surroundings – from streamside to hillside. And for anyone whose natural state is adventure, you’ll find your place here.

First new home offerings coming this summer, starting in the $700s

Winter Park Colorado

BY CAR, TRAIN OR LONGBOARD

A couple miles down US-40 from the Winter Park/Mary Jane ski area and steps from downtown Winter Park, Roam is surrounded by Arapaho National Forest. About an hour from Denver by car and Colorado’s only resort town with rail service from Union Station, via the Ski Train or daily Zephyr, Roam is in the central mountains sweet spot of Grand County. Where there are literally 100 things to do. Including day trips to Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake and the Colorado River.

This map is for illustrative and orientation purpose only, and what is represented on the map may change based on planning and development decisions. It may not be used to accurately portray what currently exists on the site, including any designations or representations with regard to lands not owned by Fraser River Land Co. Fraser River Land Co. makes no representations regarding the accuracy of the information portrayed. 5/19

39.914410° N 105.700930° W

LOCATION

A HOME FOR THE
RESTLESS SPIRIT

ROAM IF YOU WANT TO

When your name is also a verb it’s not just a place. It’s a state of mind. An invitation to enjoy the day however you see fit. To explore the forest or venture deeper into the wild on the High Lonesome Trail. Make powder turns in Winter Park’s legendary Parsenn Bowl. Go for a bike ride or drift a fly down the Fraser. Ski, hike, bike, fish, go to town, or simply relax and let your mind do the wandering. It’s all here for you.

Roam
SKI

MOUNTAIN TIME

Whether you’re bombing through Mary Jane’s notorious moguls, carving Winter Park’s corduroy, cruising cross country, or making powder turns on Berthoud Pass where backcountry skiing came of age, this is paradise for skiers and riders of all abilities.

Ski
FISH

PUT YOUR FISHIN’ PANTS ON

Roam residents will have access to nearly a mile of private fishing along the Fraser River, which runs the length of the property. It’s being restored and re-engineered to create better habitat for trout and the invertebrates they feed on. And a stocked fishing pond means anglers of all ages can experience a fish striking their fly.

Fish
HIKE

For the outside in you

A network of trails through Roam and into National Forest invite daily exploration. Perfect for hiking, trail running and mountain biking in the summer, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing in winter. Numerous trailheads throughout up the pass and down the valley add to the choices.

Hike
BIKE

Mountain Bike Capital USA™

At Roam, there’s great single track and downhill mountain biking right out your back door. Trails that connect to National Forest trails. In fact, there are over 600 miles of trails throughout Winter Park and Fraser Valley. And the Fraser River Trail, which links the resort from upstream all the way into the valley is being improved to accommodate all kinds of human-powered wheels.

Bike
TOWN

WHERE MOUNTAIN GOES TO TOWN

With a range of businesses, unique shops, tasty restaurants and a nightlife all its own, Winter Park has everything après skiers and full-time professionals need. From music festivals in the summer to skating in the winter, to educational opportunities at the Headwaters Ecology Center. And Roam will add to the mix in creative new ways.

Town

A HOME FOR THE RESTLESS SPIRIT

  • Roam
  • Ski
  • Fish
  • Hike
  • Bike
  • Town

ROAM IF YOU WANT TO

When your name is also a verb it’s not just a place. It’s a state of mind. An invitation to enjoy the day however you see fit. To explore the forest or venture deeper into the wild on the High Lonesome Trail. Make powder turns in Winter Park’s legendary Parsenn Bowl. Go for a bike ride or drift a fly down the Fraser. Ski, hike, bike, fish, go to town, or simply relax and let your mind do the wandering. It’s all here for you.

SKI

MOUNTAIN TIME

Whether you’re bombing through Mary Jane’s notorious moguls, carving Winter Park’s corduroy, cruising cross country, or making powder turns on Berthoud Pass where backcountry skiing came of age, this is paradise for skiers and riders of all abilities.

FISH

PUT YOUR FISHIN’ PANTS ON

Roam residents will have access to nearly a mile of private fishing along the Fraser River, which runs the length of the property. It’s being restored and re-engineered to create better habitat for trout and the invertebrates they feed on. And a stocked fishing pond means anglers of all ages can experience a fish striking their fly.

HIKE

For the outside in you

A network of trails through Roam and into National Forest invite daily exploration. Perfect for hiking, trail running and mountain biking in the summer, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing in winter. Numerous trailheads throughout up the pass and down the valley add to the choices.

BIKE

Mountain Bike Capital USA™

At Roam, there’s great single track and downhill mountain biking right out your back door. Trails that connect to National Forest trails. In fact, there are over 600 miles of trails throughout Winter Park and Fraser Valley. And the Fraser River Trail, which links the resort from upstream all the way into the valley is being improved to accommodate all kinds of human-powered wheels.

TOWN

WHERE MOUNTAIN GOES TO TOWN

With a range of businesses, unique shops, tasty restaurants and a nightlife all its own, Winter Park has everything après skiers and full-time professionals need. From music festivals in the summer to skating in the winter, to educational opportunities at the Headwaters Ecology Center. And Roam will add to the mix in creative new ways.

COMPLETE COMMUNITY

Roam is being designed with intention. As an extension of Winter Park. And an extension of your home. With places to go and things to do. Buzzing with regular events that bring people together. Peppered with public art and experiential learning opportunities. Woven together with trails and enhanced with amenities, like an on-site swimming pool, fitness facility, a co-working space and eventually unique shops and restaurants that will add to Winter Park’s culture and character.

More flannel. Less Fur.

Mountain livin’

NEW HOMES SELLING THIS SUMMER

Roam will be composed of four distinct ecosystems, each with its own character. And energy-efficient homes that are mindful of their surroundings and add to Winter Park's charm. Starting with custom river homesites, cool townhomes, and cozy cottages. In the years to come, in-town condos, woodland cabins, meadow, and mountains homes will join the offering.

In-Town
Homes
In-Town Homes
Roam’s first village gets you closer to Winter Park’s shops, restaurants and nightlife with an offering of:
Townhomes
Cottages

Priced starting from the $700s
RIVER
HOMESITES
RIVER HOMESITES

Along the banks of the Fraser River, these generous fish-in, fish-out homesites are the place to build your dream.

For inquiries, contact:
Kristen Meyer & Associates
Remax Peak to Peak
kristen@kristenlmeyer.com
970.531.2335

MEADOW
HOMES
MEADOW HOMES
These homes offer an easy walk to town and to Roam’s amenities, with the privacy of single-family living.
MOUNTAIN
HOMES
MOUNTAIN HOMES
On the hillside adjacent National Forest, with views of Byers Peak, these homes are what mountain life is all about.

This map is for illustrative and orientation purpose only, and what is represented on the map may change based on planning and development decisions. It may not be used to accurately portray what currently exists on the site, including any designations or representations with regard to lands not owned by Fraser River Land Co. Fraser River Land Co. makes no representations regarding the accuracy of the information portrayed. 5/19

STARRY NIGHTS

It’s important that we never lose sight of what makes the Colorado Rockies and the Fraser Valley in particular so special. Day and night. So every measure will be taken to make Roam a “dark-sky” community. Meaning, lights will be aimed towards the ground on walkways, only where needed, instead of up and around, where light pollution can hinder celestial views.

STEWARDSHIP

Nobody is more acutely aware of the effects of climate change than those who live in a mountain town. To that end, every effort will be made to create an appropriately green, eco-conscious place. In fact, almost 70-percent of Roam will be retained as open space. Walkability, dark skies, river restoration, and environmental education are all part of what make Roam Colorado’s most innovative new mountain community.

Gently
down
the
stream

With nearly a mile of frontage, Roam’s future is beautifully intertwined with the river. It’ll be restored as habitat for fish, birds and pollinators, with access for fly fishing and other forms of light recreation. It will also be a source of education and scientific advancement.

Locally Grown

First and foremost, we are stewards of this land. We are local, so we understand what’s at stake: no less than the town’s character and greater Fraser Valley environment. We acquired the land, formerly a dude ranch, to ensure this important gateway to the town grows in a respectful way. This is the same careful hand we brought to the creation of Devil’s Thumb Ranch and Hideaway Station. Our hope is to make Roam another point of pride for Winter Park, Grand County and Colorado.

- Fraser River Land Co.