Now through to the end of ski season, buyers looking to own a piece of the hill at Horseshoe Resort can get closer than ever before. Those who purchase a suite at Horseshoe’s Copeland House or Deerhurst Skyline Resort Communities, are eligible for a complimentary five-year family ski pass.

“Copeland House is the centrepiece of Horseshoe Village,” says John Giffen, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Skyline Resort Communities. “With phase one 80 per cent sold out, the master planned community is really starting taking shape.”

With phase one construction scheduled to break ground in spring 2014, the resort community is a dream come true for adventure seekers looking to get close to the action. The four-storey mid-rise building comes complete with its own underground parking fitting snugly into the heart of Horseshoe Village.

Designed for the active, outdoor-loving family, every consideration has been given to fusing modern style with comfort and ease. Streamlined and easy to care for, no detail has been overlooked in the design of the amenities or the furnishing of the suites. With stylish, cottage country inspired sleeping quarters for four to six people, gas fireplaces for that special après-ski cozy glow and owner lockers that allow you to store your seasonal gear. From $219,900, Copeland House at Horseshoe is more than a home away from home; it’s a basecamp for adventure.

Owners at Copeland House will have access to four seasons of adventure at Horseshoe Resort. With two 18-hole golf courses; an Adventure Park jam packed with experiential learning activities for the kids; a lift-access mountain biking park; 29 downhill skiing and snowboarding runs and over 35 km of Nordic skiing trails just scrapes the surface of what Horseshoe has to offer. For those who don’t enjoy high adrenaline adventure there’s the respite of the Shizen Spa where guests can relax with a body treatment or massage.

For more information on this limited time offer visit or call 1-855-801-7747 to book your appointment.

Photo courtesy of Skyline Resorts.


SnowOnline Editor: Lori Knowles