The perfect Rocky Mountain family vacation begins with a hotel lodging alternative at a Marble, Colorado bed and breakfast. Marble, CO is home of the famous Yule Marble Quarry, the Crystal Mill, the Maroon Bells/Snowmass, and Raggeds Wilderness areas. Visitors can experience Colorado splendor like it used to be, in a quiet, secluded setting among aspen groves, 14,000-foot peaks, clear streams, and evergreen forests. Situated in the heart of the Colorado Rockies, Marble is located on the headwaters of the Crystal River in the Elk Mountain Range. Marble is 45 minutes south of Glenwood Springs, just off Colorado 133 on the West Elk Loop. Aspen is only an hour to the north, and Crested Butte is 45 miles to the south. Many Marble visitors come from Vail and Summit County. Vail is about 2 hours to the north, and Grand Junction is two hours to the west. The closest towns to Marble are Redstone, just 8 miles away, and Carbondale, 30 miles down the Crystal River. Visitors to Marble, Colorado, have a wealth of recreation options to explore: fly-fishing, horseback riding, four-wheeling, mountain biking, hiking, ice and rock climbing, Nordic skiing, backpacking, elk and mule deer hunting, canoeing, wildlife watching, ornithology, kayaking, photography expeditions, and much more. Summer, winter, spring, and fall vacationers enjoy incredible scenery, great guest hospitality in a BBIC inspected and approved inn, and the network of hiking and horseback trails, abundant wildlife, and clear trout streams and mountain lakes.

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