Bailey Beach at Aspen Peak Cellars

Locals and tourists alike will delight in the breathtaking scenery and joyous sound of the cascading river while enjoying award-winning wine and scrumptious food. When the music is playing, you just feel like your on vacation.

Especially now, with their new addition of “The Bailey Beach.” Born of COVID-19 and the need to social distance, Aspen Peak Cellars’ owner Marcel Flukiger’s creativity came alive. The concept brought to fruition is individual riverside areas. The beach areas are delightful, equipped with a table and benches to seat either two or four. Each table has a thatched roof umbrella and tiki torch. The tables also have a nice notch in them, just perfect for the stem of your wine glass. They are suitably about eight feet apart. What makes the areas even more intriguing is the different color sand in each one along with shells. Different color sand, you say? Why, yes, another achievement of a socially-deprived mind. APC has a bottle grinder used to recycle bottles from patrons and turn them into sand. It is very fine and cannot cut you. It’s enchanting and amazing. See for yourself at 60750 Hwy 285, Bailey; phone 303-816-5504; or visit

(Photo by Vivian Rosso/The Flume)

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