Peaceful Yurts Tucked Away in the Remote and Stunning San Juan Mountains, Colorado

Yurt in Creede, CO

4 guests • 4 beds

13 reviews

This amazing backcountry yurt adventure is situated in the rugged San Juan Mountains of CO! This cozy yurt is just five miles from the quaint, historic town of Creede and a short 15-minute drive lands guests in a rugged wilderness setting with views they won't believe! The yurt was also featured two years in a row in Denver’s popular 5280 magazine. This 27-acre private property is surrounded by National Forest and is the perfect base for mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing and skiing. Guests should bring all their toys and go glamping in luxury yurts!

Guests will find a queen-size futon with a memory foam topper to ensure a wonderful night's sleep, and two extra cots can be added. Bathroom facilities can be found in the attached, 12-foot yurt, which has a composting toilet (summer and fall only) and a HotMan canister shower. There is an outhouse to be used in the winter months. Guests will need to bring their own sleeping bags, but pillowcases and all other necessities are provided.

Guests seeking peace in a remote area will appreciate this well-stocked yurt accommodation in Colorado, as there are no facilities around.

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Features and services


  • 1 Queen-size bed

  • 1 Sofa bed

  • single-bed

    2 Extra Beds

Most popular features

  • Pets allowed

  • Private Kitchen

  • National Park

  • Hiking

  • Wildlife watching

  • stove


  • barbecue

    Private Barbecue

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Deck/Patio

  • Firewood

  • tea-kettle

    Tea kettle

  • Shower

  • Hunting

  • Winter sports

  • Biking

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Where you will stay

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Creede, Colorado

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Scenic views
  • Curecanti National Recreation Area
    38 miles straight-line distance
    60 kilometers straight-line distance

This property is a wilderness lodging establishment located in one of the most spectacular settings imaginable in the beautiful San Juan Mountains near Creede, Colorado. This is a spectacular experience that guests will never forget! Dogs are allowed in summer, but not in the winter when the host melts snow for water. High-clearance four-wheel-drive (4WD) is required to access the parking area, and guests must then ski or snowshoe one to three miles to the accommodation. (The distance depends on the county plowing; it is typically only a mile.) Upon arriving at the accommodation, there will be plenty of firewood to keep guests warm and cozy.
Activities near Creede
  • Hiking

  • Winter sports

  • Biking

  • Wildlife watching

  • Hunting

Athletes and adventurers will find pleasure in biking, skiing, snowshoeing or fishing. Visit the historic and eclectic town of Creede Colorado, only a 15-minute drive away. Explore an ancient volcanic crater in the La Garita Mountains, home to the largest known eruption on earth!
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Things to know

Arrival and departure

  • Check-in: From 12:00 PM

  • Check-out: 11:00 AM

House rules

  • No infants allowed
    Under 2 years old

  • Pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • No events

  • Minimum age to rent: 20

Cancellation policy


Free cancellation available within 48 hours of booking confirmation, if more than 15 days before check-in day

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Additional info

A signed Liability Release Form is required for all guests during winter months. This is a true backcountry experience, and it is essential that guests are prepared for any situation during the winter months in the rugged San Juan Mountains.

The hosts try to keep the trail to the yurt marked with bright survey tape that guests can see from one tree to the next, and nobody has had a problem as long as they arrive during daylight hours.

Guests should note that there is no phone or internet at the yurt.
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