Majestically alighted on the top of Sugar Mountain resides a travel destination sought out by many—the Sugar Ski & Country Club. This mountaintop wonderland offers four-season, slope-side lodging and provides convenient access to hundreds of year-round recreational and cultural activities. An added bonus? It’s not too far from VPC’s office headquarters!
VPC partnered with the Sugar Ski & Country Club management to rebuild the complex after it was destroyed in a fire a few years ago. The newly completed club boasts 5,320 square feet and twelve rooms. These include a room with an in-ground spa and pool, a sauna room, multipurpose room, office, full gym with bathrooms and showers, employee break room, and a reception area where guests can pick up their rental keys. The design was carefully and meticulously crafted to meet the needs of the office staff, visitors, and members of the Ski & Country Club.
The exterior of the building is constructed with cultured stone, LP Smart Siding, Douglas Fir timber, a standing seam roof, specialty lights, metal stair railing, and Azek decking. Throughout the interior, four different types of flooring are used: LVT, carpet, ceramic tile, and rubber. The flooring for each room was selected based on the room’s function. The reception area offers a welcoming space with perfectly crafted Norse stone and locally-made custom cabinets.
The multipurpose room features a cozy fireplace insert to warm the building on chilly days, and a folding door to divide the larger space into two smaller spaces. The pool and inground spa are framed by Douglas Fir timbers. Crisp white ceilings, black tiling, and specialty lighting add to the allure of this room. The sauna is made of cedarwood and provides an ideal getaway for visitors who are looking to escape the stresses of everyday life.
VPC Builders enjoyed working with the staff of Sugar Ski & Country Club to make their vision a reality. VPC hopes this space will create lasting memories and bring visitors back year after year to enjoy the beauty and splendor of the High Country.