Q: Can I bring my dog?
Please do – we love dogs! Our pet-fee is $50/dog per day and we will provide a special bed, bowl, and welcome treat for the pup.
Q: What’s the onsen? Is there a pool?
The Onsen is located on the plaza level, right next to Dryland Sports. You’ll find four hot soaking tubs and a cold tub, plus a dry sauna.
We have one hour slots, at the top of every hour, and the guest must be in house to book a time. This is covered in the pre-arrival call to speak with the front desk once on property to see availability. We put their name in our excel sheet. Currently, only 12 people are allowed in the Onsen per hour slot (25% of max capacity).
Guest will come down to the front desk 10 minutes prior to their reservation time, we will give them a key that expires after their hour slot, and the front desk supplies guests with robes and towels when they arrive to check-in with their reservation.
At the top of each hour, the housekeeping team is disinfecting high touch areas throughout operating hours.
Q: What’s the deal with parking near the hotel?
If you’re a hotel guest, we offer self-parking for $20/vehicle per night. Arriving guests can valet their vehicle starting at 1 pm on arrival date and until 1pm on check-out date. Gravity Haus members receive a discounted self-parking rate of $10/day.
For free all-day parking, we recommend using the Ice Rink lot, and either walk (.5 miles), or take the Blue Bus and hop off at the Park Ave Lofts stop 4 minutes later.
For shorter visits, park in F-Lot and cross Park Avenue to the hotel.
Q: Do you rent equipment on site?
Our in-haus professional guide service, Colorado Adventure Guides, offers SUP rentals and other activities year-round. Check it out here.
Q: Is the hotel ski in ski out
We’re as close to the mountain as you can get – right at the base of peak 9.
Q: Can Gravity Haus help me book ski lessons?
We recommend booking your ski or snowboard lessons through the ski school at Breckenridge – you can schedule your lessons online at this link.
Q: What about ski/snowboard rentals?
We’re glad you asked! If you’re looking for the ultimate all-season deal for top of the line gear, check out our premium rental subscription called Haus Quiver.
If you’re only looking for short term rentals, we recommend pre-booking gear through rentskis.com. Gravity Haus guests get expedited service at Breckenridge Sports and Breeze Rentals for all bookings from rentskis.com and Haus Quiver. Breeze Rentals is the closest shop to the hotel.
Q: Do you offer laundry services?
We offer valet laundry services, expect at least one day turn around time. We also have a self use laundry located just off the elevator lobby on the 3rd floor. You’ll need a guest room key to access the laundry room.
Q: Does my room have a mini fridge? What about a microwave?
All guest rooms include mini fridges. If you need access to a microwave or are wondering about other guest room amenities please contact the Front Desk to assist.
Q: Do you offer a shuttle from the airport?
We offer hotel guests a discount on the Summit Express Shuttle and Epic Mountain Express shuttle services.
Q: How is Dryland different than a typical gym?
Unlike a traditional gym, we focus on the six degrees of health and performance at Dryland. This perspective embodies an overall global approach that includes not only Movement, but also Nutrition, Mindset, Environment, Stress, and Sleep.
Q: What kind of classes can I take?
Our classes cover the three characteristics of performance:
1. Power, meaning the ability to move quickly and react
2. Strength, developing the ability to produce force
3. Metabolic conditioning, or in other words, developing your cardiovascular strength.
Q: What time can I take classes?
Adult classes are scheduled in the morning between 5:30 am and 10:00 am, as well as evening classes between 6:30 pm to 9 pm. Our Youth classes are scheduled from 4 pm to 6 pm every afternoon.
Q: Which coach is right for me?
All of our coaches are expected to train and lead with professionalism and servant character. With that being said, we do have coaches that express their passionate personalities in different ways. If you’re looking for a coach that fits your needs for private coaching feel free to contact us!
Q: How do I reserve a class?
Q: Do you accept drop ins?
We do accept drop ins! However, we always encourage individual membership plans to help you focus fully on your progress and stay consistent and be a part of our growing community!
Q: What about recovery?
Recovery is a huge part of your fitness journey, and we’re here to help you rest and refuel your muscles in order to train smarter, longer and more consistently. We offer Normatec Compression Sleeves and Hypervolt Percussion Massage Devices. Contact us to speak with one of our recovery specialists to develop the right plan for you!
Q: I’m more of a one-on-one person. Do you have personal training options?
Absolutely! Contact us and let us help you reach your individual goals with our different packages and training options.
Q: Are you kid friendly?
We love kids! We have a number of youth performance classes.
Q: Do you have showers?
At this time, Dryland Denver does not have showers on site. Dryland in Gravity Haus Breck has shower facilities available.
Q: I’m training for a marathon. What Dryland program is right for me?
We’d love to help you prep! Just speak with a coach to help plan out the class options to put you on the right path. All of our classes will benefit you, but the key is to plan them out accordingly.
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Q: Where does Unravel source its coffee?
The majority of coffee is collaborated and sourced directly from small farm-holders in Ethiopia in partnership with long-time friend and former Ninety Plus Coffee colleague Ashenafi Argaw (Ardent Coffee Exporters). Other coffees from Colombia, Bolivia and Ecuador are sourced directly from other close friends in the industry like Monogram Coffee, Shared Source, and Bellwether.
Q: What’s this about sustainable roasting?
We decided to use the Bellwether Roaster to minimize our environmental impact, as it is the most sustainable coffee roaster in the world both in air quality and energy use. Traditional gas-powered coffee roasters send smoke, particulates, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)—similar to those found in aerosol sprays—into the air with every roast cycle. With the United States alone producing over 8 billion pounds of roasted coffee every year, the harmful impact of these emissions is not sustainable for our planet.
Q: Does Unravel offer breakfast or lunch items?
Yes. Unravel offers a variety of healthy breakfast and lunch items and sources from reputable specialty food vendors like What Chefs Want and Altamira. Check out our full menu in Denver and Breckenridge.
Q: Does Unravel offer dairy free/gluten free food options?
Select food items are dairy and gluten free. Check out our full menu in Denver and Breckenridge.
Q: What about wifi?
Our space offers fast broadband wifi for free. Registration is not required.
Q: Where and when can I get my Unravel fix?
You can visit us at our Virginia Village location in Denver or at Gravity Haus in Breckenridge. We’re currently open from 8am to 3pm at our Denver location for pickup and take home service due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Q: How can I brew Unravel at home?
We’re glad you asked! You can purchase bags of your favorite coffees on our web shop and have them shipped to you – or, order for pickup at our Denver location. To make things easier, pick up a growler to share with family and friends.
Q: I’d like to buy a bag of roasted coffee for home. Which coffee is best for me?
Our crowd pleaser is the Two Stitch Blend but every coffee has something to offer. If you’re new to Unravel the various blends and single-origin coffees are a great place to start. For something a bit more adventurous, we recommend trying out our micro-lots for more complex coffee profiles.
Q: Do you have a patio? Can I bring my dog?
We have plenty of outdoor seating at both Unravel Denver and Unravel Breck, and dogs are always welcome on the patios.
Q: I’ve never brewed coffee at home before. What do I need to get started? Any recommendations?
We have everything you need to brew better coffee at home from an essential starter kit to an automatic kit. Even if you don’t have any equipment, we’ve got you covered with our Unravel Steeped Coffee which is the easiest way to make a great cup of coffee anytime, anywhere, in minutes.
Q: What is StarterHaus?
A comfortable coworking space with open-air seating, board room, kitchenette, and phone booth along the Blue River. Powered by fiber-fueled wireless internet, guests and day users alike have the opportunity to work alongside local entrepreneurs, hold conference calls between ski runs, and attend ongoing skill building, networking & social programming.
Q: How can I book space to work or hold a meeting?
Through the Gravity Haus app. You can rent the space through the app and then use the app as a key to get into the door.
Q: How do I access the space?
If you’re a member you access it with your key card or the app. If you aren’t a member, you access it through the app.
Q: When is Starter Haus open?
Monday through Friday, 6 am to 6 pm.
Q: Is there access to a printer/copier?
Yep! There is a wifi printer on the StarterHaus network.
Q: Are there private meeting rooms at Starter Haus?
Yes, there is a 12-seat conference room with a whiteboard wall and big screen TV for presentations. This is also booked through the GH app.
Q: What kind of audio/video equipment is available?
There is a projector with sound in the main work space, as well as a TV in the conference room. Both are equipped with multiple ways to connect to your devices.
Q: Can I sign up for a coworking only membership?
Yep! It’s $299/month
Q: What is Haus Quiver, exactly?
Haus Quiver gives you on-demand access to performance ski and snowboards through a mobile app. After pre-booking your gear, head to our convenient locations at 6 resorts in U.S. and Canada. With a seasonal Haus Quiver membership, you can enjoy unlimited access to demo performance skis and snowboards from the top brands – Faction, Burton, Icelantic, K2, and Never Summer.
Q: How is Haus Quiver different than renting?
Unlike traditional expensive rentals, we’re saying goodbye to long lines, late fees, and limited selection. Haus Quiver gives you the chance to try out performance skis and snowboards gear with no restrictions. Swap your gear depending on conditions , try a new brand or length, or stick with your favorites – it’s all up to you.
Q: What will my rental include?
Haus Quiver gear includes the newest lines of skis (and poles) and snowboards only. If you need any other equipment, you’ll contact your preferred shop location for pricing and availability.
Q: Where can I pick up gear?
Haus Quiver members enjoy an expedited lane at premier, slopeside locations at 6 Epic Pass locations – Breckenridge, Vail, Crested Butte, South Lake Tahoe, Park City, Whistler. – check out the locations here!
Q: Sweet! I”m totally in! How do I sign up?
Q: Do I have to be an Epic Pass user?
No, however Haus Quiver locations are only at Epic Pass resorts as of the 2019-2020 season.
Q: Is there an Android App?
Right now, Haus Quiver is only available on Apple devices. Have an Android? Download the app on an iPad or a friend’s iPhone. Simply prebook your gear and have your confirmation email handy at pickup. Let us know you’re interested in an Android app!
Q: How long will my membership last?
Your membership is valid for the entire season, and your subscription will renew automatically 365 days later. (Heads up, our current $99 deal is just for the 2019-2020 season!) However, you can cancel before the renewal date.
Q: Do I need to be an experienced skier/snowboarder to be a member of Haus Quiver?
No specific experience level necessary! With a Haus Quiver subscription, you’ll have exclusive selection from top of the line gear for all skill levels and ages, including youth skis and boards.
Q: How do I deserve my gear?
Step 1: Download the Haus Quiver app on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 2: Choose your location – Breck, Crested Butte, Park City, Vail, Lake Tahoe, or Whistler
Step 3: Choose your skis or boards, appropriate length, and number of days.
Step 4: Confirm your booking – you’re all set to head into the shop.
Q: So, do I just walk into the shop and ask for my gear?
It’s as simple as that! When you confirm your booking in the app, you’ll see a QR code and a confirmation number in your reservation email. Just show your code or confirmation number at pickup, and the shop will get you scanned, signed, and boots adjusted.
Q: How long can I use my skis/board?
Haus Quiver gear bookings are available for 7 days at a time. After that time, you’ll need to head back into the shop to swap your gear.
Q: Can I have multiple simultaneous bookings?
Haus Quiver subscriptions allow only one booking at a time, per individual subscription. However, you can make up to 3 future bookings at once, if you’d prefer to line up rentals and lock in your favorite gear.
Q: Can someone else pick up/drop off for me?
No – you’ll need to sign for your skis or board, so if your name is on the Haus Quiver membership, you’ll need to be present at pickup. If you have a trusted friend or family member, it’s OK for them to drop-off for you.
Q: Worst case scenario: what if my gear is lost or damaged?
If your equipment is missing or damaged, you may be responsible for replacement or repair costs. Fees or penalties are at the discretion of the individual rental shop.
Q: Can I cancel my membership?
We’ll be bummed to see you go, but you can cancel your membership through the app – just head to your account settings. Please note, refunds are not offered on the original subscription period.
Q: What is CAG?
We are Summit County’s Adventure Experts! Colorado Adventure Guides is the staple year-round backcountry outfitter in the Summit County area running trips in the summer and winter with different types of outdoor guided adventures and outdoor learning opportunities for every experience level and age group.
Q: What kind of programs and classes can I sign up for?
In Winter we offer AIARE Avalanche education courses, Introduction to Backcountry Skiing and Splitboarding, Advanced Ski and Splitboard Courses, Women’s Specific, Splitboard Specific, and Youth programs. In Summer we offer rock climbing courses, mountain biking clinics, and mountaineering and orienteering courses. We also partner with local shops to offer FREE in-store workshops throughout the year.
Q: Do I have to be experienced?
Not at all – we take first-timers out all the time and highly encourage it! We want to show you the beauty of our backyard!
Q: Who will be leading my class or trip?
Your guide or instructor will vary depending on activity and time of year. All of our guides and instructors live and play in Summit County and have gone through rigorous training and hold multiple certifications in their discipline. Our guides share a passion and know-how for showing you a great time!
Q: Where can I find information about pricing?
Visit our rates page to find out more about pricing for our guided adventures and courses.
Q: What kind of backcountry trips does CAG offer?
In the Winter we offer backcountry ski and splitboard tours, winter 14er peak ascents, snowshoe, nordic tours, and avalanche education courses. In Summer we offer rock climbing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, hiking, 14er peak ascents, and mountaineering. There is something for every type of adventurer!
Q: How can I find out about upcoming trips and events?
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date with current courses and clinics and specials throughout the year. We also encourage you to check out our blog which will keep you apprised of happenings in the high-country.
Q: I’m new to backcountry adventuring. Where should I start?
Check out our winter offerings and intro courses to learn more about how to adventure in the backcountry with confidence. Or hire a guide for a 1:1 day to maximize your learning opportunities!
Q: Help! What gear do I need?
Check out our equipment lists to find out more about what you need for a day out in the mountains – we’re happy to provide equipment for many of our activities. Give us a call if you have questions about the gear you will need!
Q: I’m worried about safety. What happens if I get hurt?
The safety of our guests is our highest priority. Our guided activities have inherent risks but our number one goal is to provide you with a safe, fun, and informative experience. We take our risk management protocols and staff training very seriously and maintain thorough safety protocols. All of our guides have extensive wilderness medical training and years of experience in our mountains. In the event of an incident we adhere strictly to our emergency response protocols, and work closely with local Search and Rescue organizations.
Q: Do you have any programs for kids?
Yes! Contact us for any youth programming questions. In the past, we have offered youth avalanche education, mountain biking clinics, rock climbing courses, and more!
Q: Can I host my bachelorette party/company outing/retreat with CAG?
Yes! We would love to host your group. We have a wide array of outdoor activities for all experience and ability levels, and can package multiple activities to give you the real mountain experience. For larger groups, please contact us for more information and we will design a custom experience that will be catered to your group’s desires.