Timpcreek At Sundance

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********************A Bit Of History **************

While working on a government survey in the latter half of the 19th century, Andrew Jackson Stewart found himself captivated by the pristine beauty of the Timpanogos Wilderness.  At his urgence, the family filed homestead claims which eventually led to a thriving sheep farming community that occupied most of North Fork Canyon.   The sheltered highland valley between the towering peaks became known as Stewart Flat - a lush wildflower laced meadow of meandering creeks and crystal clear springs.  Prime building lots were carved out of the original grants and deeded to Stewart's grandchildren for summer homes.   For his one room cottage, grandson Ray Stewart selected a site bounded by two merging streams.  In the summer of 1935, the little cabin was ready for occupancy, but it would soon be called upon to serve as a winter abode as well.  Ray had been pondering whether the steep grazing land could be put to a different use.  In 1944 he rigged up a rope tow powered by a truck engine, and called the operation "Timphaven."  Popularity as a family ski area grew, and the business expanded.  By the mid 1960's two chair lifts had been added.  In 1969 Robert Redford purchased the Timphaven ski facility together with most of the Stewart Family Homestead and renamed it "Sundance"
The original ski lifts and rope tow were eventually replaced with a "hi-speed" quad, christened "Ray's Lift" in honor of the founder.  As for the one room cottage, it has long since given way to a picturesque three bedroom Log Home.  Come visit us where the creeks meet.

The Flavor Of Times Past, The Comfort Of Today's Conveniences

Grand Room With Four Areas Of Diversion
Fireside Conversation Area

Woodburing Fireplace Protected By Kentucky Rifle
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
First Snow Of The Season

Harvest Table Ready
Six Chairs Waiting

Fun for Everyone In This Corner Of The Grand Room
Step Back To A Time Before Video Games

Kitchen Area With 1890 Wood Burning Stove
Not Shown - A Microwave And Electric Roaster Oven for the less courageous

Master Bedroom With Queen Bed
A Fireplace For Ambiance, A TV For The Lonely

Cozy Loft With Two Twin Beds And Four Futons
Good Night, Sweet Dreams

Giddyup Giddyup
What A Ride

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