Ski bums and celebrities regularly cross paths on Telluride’s stunning 14,000-foot-high peaks, but seldom do they share the same lodging address. This season, though, even thrifty powder hogs can sleep in style at the Cascabel Club. The former private sportsmen’s club owned by the Sinclair oil family just opened to the public, making its seven rustic-chic cabin rooms and gourmet family-style lodge dinners available to nonmembers. Overnighters gain access to 320 forested acres cut by the trout-rich San Miguel River. Buy in for a three-night minimum starting at $675. (970) 327-4832,
— Elaine Glusac