Spacious and Elevated Tent with Views of Kit Carson in Crestone, Colorado
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There are fantastic views of the nearby mountains, including Challenger Peak, as well as the town of Kit Carson. Additionally, guests are provided with bedding and fresh towels. On the deck, guests will find comfortable patio chairs, where they can sit and relax.
Guests should note that this is a black bear territory, and all food and toiletries need to be stored in the indoor communal areas.
Nearby, there are several shared bathrooms for guests to use, each with a toilet, a sink, and a shower, and located just a three-minute walk from the accommodation's doorstep. Alternatively, guests can use the nearby compost toilet.
While staying here, guests are welcome to experience the zen way of life and take part in the meditation practices. Similarly, guests are welcome to just use the accommodation as their base for fun activities, like visiting the Great Sand Dunes National Park, enjoying the area's hiking trails, or experiencing the nearby hot springs in the San Luis Valley.
The price is listed per person, per day, and includes three vegetarian meals and Wi-Fi.
- Twin/Single bed
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Lounge/Living room
- Picnic area
There is a library that guests are welcome to use during their stay. The host can also organize packed lunches for hiking adventures or trips to the valley. Most accommodations provide high-speed Wi-Fi and there is a communal meeting area with Wi-Fi also.
Location + Surroundings
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
There are plenty of options for fun, outdoor recreation that guests can enjoy during their stay in Crestone, Colorado, including exploring the wide variety of mineral hot springs in the San Luis Valley. Guests can reach these destinations by car within 30-50 minutes to the north and south. The hot springs are part of a geological fault system that created the dramatic visual appearance of the precipitous and linear Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Additionally, there is first-class hiking all around the area with trails starting right at the property, which is surrounded by 240 acres of piñon pine and juniper forest. Off the property, there is a multitude of trail options leading up into the high country or along the streams into the valley. Guests can head out for the day with a packed lunch and enjoy a shaded picnic along one of the trails.
This property is home to some 25 spiritual practice communities representing most of the major wisdom traditions of the world. Many of them welcome guests and day visitors. There are ongoing neighborly relationships with most of the Spiritual Centers in Crestone. A personal introduction or tour of these centers can be organized by the hosts.
Check-in: 03:00 AM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Upon request, guests can eat in their private accommodations and have a tray prepared by the host.
Pets and smoking are not permitted.
Due to high fire danger, building campfires and/or using camping stoves are not permitted.
Included in the daily rate are three vegetarian meals per day and Wi-Fi.