Hidden on the backside of the world famous Aspen Mountain in Colorado — which attracts millionaire and billionaire skiers from around the world — is a 435-acre private property with a tiny log cabin that's on the market for just under $31 million.
Get an exclusive look at the massive winter playground on an upcoming episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."
"We're completely off the grid back here," says ski mountaineer and real estate broker Max Taam of Douglas Elliman, who specializes in Aspen's back country.
"When I show clients this property, I meet them in downtown Aspen and we take a very quick 15-minute gondola ride up Aspen Mountain," explains Taam.
Once they reach the top, Taam takes clients for a "quick ski down" to the remote home.
Taam tells "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" the 1,000-square-foot log cabin was originally constructed in Finland before being disassembled log by log, brought across the Atlantic, and reconstructed in the location where it now sits.
The retreat is powered by solar panels and has two bedrooms and a living room with sweeping views of the Elk Mountain range.
Outdoors, there's a private zip line for cruising through trees.
The homeowners have also collected a variety of toys, like all terrain vehicles and snowmobiles, to get around the hundreds of acres.
There is even a Chevrolet Suburban fitted with tracks for wheels to conquer icy roads. All of it comes with the property.
The massive winter playground belongs to John W. Miller, a retired businessman from Indiana and his family, who have enjoyed it for 35 years.
"They're now ready to move on [and] present this opportunity to another family to make their world class mountain retreat," Taam says.
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