Secluded Yurt Rental near Bobcat Pass in Red River, New Mexico

Yurt in Red River, NM

8 guests • 6 beds

5.0
2 reviews

This secluded yurt is located near Bobcat Pass and the Carson National Forest in Red River, New Mexico. It can accommodate six guests. The yurt has a diameter of 20 feet. There are four twin beds and two futon/sofa beds. Guests need to bring their own sleeping bags and bedding. There is an outhouse.

This yurt near Bobcat Pass has a kitchen area with cooking supplies and a cook stove for the chef of the group to prepare some delicious snacks. Guests can enjoy the meals at the dining table with ample seating space. Other amenities include a wood stove with firewood, a gas lantern, and cell service for emergencies.

Outside, guests will discover the beauty and solitude of a wooded location that includes hiking and biking trails and spectacular views of the New Mexico landscape. It is a 2.25-mile hike (or bike) to the Yurt, no driving.

A true rustic getaway, this yurt sits in a secluded spot of land near Red River. Guests can really get away from it all, as there is no vehicle access. Foot and pedal power are all that's needed to access this peaceful place. A cell signal is available in case of emergencies.

In summer guests can either hike or bike to property.
In winter guests have to ski or snowshoe to property and purchase a trail pass, which can be purchased in the Base Lodge upon arrival. Depending on your fitness level, It is a 1.25-mile moderate hike (or bike). The host provides a wagon (bed dimensions measure 36-inches by 20-inches) for your gear (at around 9,800 feet, a heavy load can make the hike more strenuous) or you can pay $50 for gear delivery (includes drop-off and pick-up).

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Features and services

Beds

  • 2 Double beds

  • single-bed

    4 Twin/Single beds

Most popular features

  • Pets allowed

  • Hiking

  • Fishing

  • Fireplace

  • Forest

  • Mountain

  • Wildlife watching

  • stove

    Stove

  • barbecue

    Private Barbecue

  • Parking

  • Fire pit

  • Jeep tours

  • hammock

    Hammock

  • Horseback riding

  • Firewood

  • Coffeemaker

  • Hunting

  • Climbing

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Where you will stay

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Red River, New Mexico

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Scenic views
  • Mountain

  • Forest

This rustic and secluded New Mexico yurt rental is located in Red River and is backed by the canyons, rivers, and spruce, pine, and juniper forests of the southern Rockies. Vacation rentals here mean that guests can enjoy views of Wheeler peak, part of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, from this yurt's wooded location.

Nearby hiking, biking, and skiing trails make this area a year-round destination. Nearby towns include Taos, Anchor, and Questa. The closest airport is San Luis Valley Regional Airport (ALS), but Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) is just two hours away for guests who enjoy scenic drives.
Activities near Red River
  • Hiking

  • Winter sports

  • Horseback riding additional charge

  • Biking

  • Climbing

  • Fishing

  • Wildlife watching

  • Hunting

  • Jeep tours

The proximity of Carson National Forest, the Rio Grande, the Red River Ski and Summer Area, and the Enchanted Forest make this Red River accommodation a year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Places to stay in New Mexico don't come more conveniently located for outdoor enthusiasts and the mountain pass known as Bobcat Pass is located along the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway. It's popular with mountain bikers, as is the Red River Nature Trail. Guests can step out of the yurt and take off on a hiking adventure into the Enchanted Forest. or they can try a horseback riding tour through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains with Red River Stables. Fishing is also a popular activity.

Guests can go downhill skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, tubing, and cross-country skiing at Carson National Forest, Enchanted Forest Ski Area, and Red River Ski and Summer Area. Snowshoes and gear can be rented from Sitzmark Sports. The Wild Rivers section of the beautiful and rugged Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is about 45 minutes away from this yurt. Glamping in New Mexico is sure to leave guests refreshed and revitalized.
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Property reviews

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Overall experience
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Activities
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Nature surroundings
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Uniqueness
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Things to know

Arrival and departure

  • Check-in: Flexible

  • Check-out: Flexible

House rules

  • Pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • No events

Cancellation policy

Moderate

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Additional info

There is no smoking allowed at this New Mexico getaway. Pets are allowed.

Guests must supply their own bedding and sleeping bags. In summer, sleeping bags rated for 30 degrees are recommended.

Guests will want to pack lightly, as they have to hike to the yurt.

In summer guests can either hike or bike to property.
In winter guests have to ski or snowshoe to property and purchase a trail pass, which can be purchased in the Base Lodge upon arrival. Depending on your fitness level, It is a 1.25-mile moderate hike (or bike). The host provides a wagon (bed dimensions measure 36-inches by 20-inches) for your gear (at around 9,800 feet, a heavy load can make the hike more strenuous) or you can pay $50 for gear delivery (includes drop-off and pick-up).

The hosts can drive guests´ gear out to yurt via a 4x4 side-by-side for an extra $50 (snowmobile in winter). Gear delivery needs to be arranged ahead of time. Guests can call or email host once the booking is confirmed.

Ski prices:
Children 12 and under ski free.
Adults: $26 per day
Discounts for teens, senior citizens, and military.
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