These condominium units were the first trailside units developed at Stratton Mountain. Originally the complex was called "Shatterack", when it was developed in the late 1970's.
These townhomes are built in a cluster, generally 4 units to a cluster. The two end units are large, often 3, 4, or 5 bedroom units with lofts. The two interior units are generally two bedrooms with a sleeping loft.
In many of the units, you enter a "Slopeside at Stratton" condo on the middle main floor where there is the kitchen, dining area and wood burning fireplace. Downstairs are two or more bedrooms. Up a small spiral staircase is a loft with a bath and extra bedroom. The slopesides rent from $600 to $1000 per night on weekends and holidays, less on weekdays.
A "Slopeside at Stratton" townhome view from the slope, probably Craig's Run.
March 2008, another foot of snow
Slopeside at Stratton
These expansive multi-level townhomes have from two to four bedrooms plus a loft and two to four baths. They have a wood burning fireplace in an open living area, a big deck and dining area.
They are located above the OberTal units directly on the mountain.
This was Stratton's first trailside townhome development (1976 - 1979). The area is private and provides a winter shuttle to the base lodge. Many have trails behind the units to the slopes.