1. Steamboat Springs, Colo. This newly constructed seven-bedroom home sits directly on the Steamboat Springs ski trails. It has walnut ceilings, a broad spiral staircase leading to the roof deck, a movie room, a game room, and an indoor sport court. $7,995,000. Cameron Boyd, Prudential Steamboat Realty, (970) 846-8100
2. Castle Rock, Colo. This four-bedroom resort-style residence features an indoor sport court, a home theater, a study, and extensive stone and iron work in its formal rooms and atrium. Its elaborate pool and spa are surrounded by a large outdoor entertainment area. $2,500,000. Wanda Ford, Fuller Castle Pines Sotheby’s International Realty, (720) 320-8901
3. Sun Valley, Idaho Perched high above Elkhorn and facing Mount Baldy, this five-bedroom house with a separate guest apartment enjoys 360-degree mountain views. Terraces made of heated pavers surround the home, and native rocks were used to create its outdoor waterfall. $2,750,000. Darlene Young, Sun Valley Sotheby’s International Realty, (208) 720-0741
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4. Castle Rock, Colo. This four-bedroom main residence and its one-bedroom carriage house are tucked at the base of a sandstone hill that offers panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains and a nearby golf course. Interior details include Brazilian cherry floors and natural rock accents. $2,975,000. Debbie Taylor, Fuller Castle Pines Sotheby’s International Realty, (303) 887-5585
5. Twin Lakes, Colo. The open floor plan of this three-bedroom home highlights its 200-degree views of Twin Lakes and Colorado’s highest peaks. Its great room features vaulted ceilings,
a loft area, a peninsula fireplace, and a broad wall of windows. $800,000. Tom Driemeyer, Keller Williams/Top of the Rockies, (970) 389-6123
6. Jackson, Wyo. Bighorn Lodge pays homage to inns found in our national parks with a series of timber-framed gathering spaces that feature towering moss-rock hearths and three 8-foot-wide elk-antler chandeliers. The house’s six porches offer views of the surrounding mountains and migrating wildlife. A hallway paved in Brazilian slate leads to the log-cabin-style master bedroom. $9,900,000. Carol Linton, Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty, (307) 739-8159
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7. Hartsel, Colo. This custom-built four-bedroom home features vaulted ceilings in its living and dining rooms, log-trimmed windows, a large deck with rough-hewn railings, and a kitchen island fashioned from native stone. $349,000. Julie Kersting, â€‹Pinon Real Estate Group BV, (719) 395-7840
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