The Valley Club is uniquely located on the Valley floor along the sunny, north side of I-70 in a high desert community comprised mostly of American West architecture – with some homes featuring more mountain-modern design. Considered to be one of the best course designers in the world today, Tom Fazio sculpted the 18-hole Valley Course into the high-mountain desert topography of the Cordillera Valley Club. Because of its southern exposure and lower elevation, this course can remain open for an extended playing season. The clubhouse and fitness facility feature an outdoor pool and hot tub, as well as two tennis courts, and the Chaparral Restaurant.
In addition to world-class golf, hiking and Nordic skiing, Cordillera has its own equestrian center that can board up to 48 horses. For those owners and guests who don’t own horses, but enjoy riding, Bearcat Stables, located on the old Bearden Homestead, offers sleigh rides to dinner in the winter and single-day or extended-day adventures in the backcountry during the summer. If you still have energy after all the hiking, skiing, horseback riding and golfing that you’ve enjoyed, Cordillera property owners also have private access to 1.3 miles of the Eagle River for year-round, world-class fishing, as well as five private ponds that are stocked each spring with brown and rainbow trout.