Cimarron is only allowing 13 families as members and they already have 7 spots full, so if your Amex is black and you’re on a first-name basis with your pilot, pull out your checkbooks because once it’s full that’s it. Okay, so how much is it to be part of this ultra-exclusive ski community….how about $2.285 million initiation fee per family and yearly fees between $55,000 and $65,000. Yeah, that’s a bundle but you actually get a 35-acre parcel of land where you can build out your dream home on resort grounds and of course access to 60+ ski runs spread over 1,000 private acres. If you’re mega-rich but not feeling the rustic mansion vibe you can always just stay at the onsite luxury yurt or at the three-bedroom Club Cabin. The pool or the pond type situation. The Cimarron Mountain Club’s website dead-ends on their homepage unless you get a password from a real estate agent named Marty in Telluride.
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