Yurt Rental with World-Class Ski Terrain Access near Cumbres Pass in Colorado
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There is a three-burner propane stove as well as a variety of cooking utensils, seasonings, and dishware for guests to cook hot meals after a long day on the trail. Two large pots are provided for guests to collect snow that will be melted for drinking water, dishwashing, and cooking.
Glampers can read a book by the light of their two propane lanterns with disposable propane casters or stay warm and cozy by the wood fireplace with firewood provided. There is a picturesque glass window perfect for gazing out at the surrounding snowy mountains from one of the fabulous throw rugs. An outdoor toilet is available for guest use and toilet paper is provided.
Outside, there is a table and bench where guests can enjoy meals or play one of the fun boardgames provided by the host. Guests will have access to accessories like a snow shovel and broom to help manage the snow outside and stay tidy and comfortable inside.
- Bunk bed
- Dining table
- Twin/Single bed
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
- Front desk service
Location + Surroundings
The system in Southern Colorado is open only during winter and is nestled amidst breathtakingly gorgeous mountain terrain over 10,000 feet above sea level. Snowshoers and hikers will find access to abundant mountain scenery and trails, and skiers will find themselves in a true winter wonderland. Guests will have access to clearly marked trails that make it easy to explore the area or even ski from yurt to yurt. In the nearby town Antonito, guests can indulge at one of the several bars or restaurants, take a scenic railroad excursion, or explore the Conejos County Museum. Guests will also be within driving distance of Colorado's Great Sand Dunes and Colorado Gators Reptile Park.
The second system, situated just two miles from Taos Ski Valley, is an equally ideal spot for skiers and explorers. This property has excitement to offer-year round, from snow sports in the winter to hiking in the spring and summer. Hikers, backcountry skiers, snowboarders, and snowshoers will have easy access to world-class terrain from the yurts on this property. The ridge offers spectacular views of the surrounding alpine landscape, as well as extended verticals to be had by adventurous guests. During warmer months, this property transforms to reveal an abundance of wildlife, foliage, and stunning scenery.
- Winter sports
- Wildlife watching
Snow sports and activities are undoubtedly the main attraction for glampers in these scenic yurts nestled in the mountains. Guests will have direct access to world-class skiing at both sites, including the Taos Ski Valley. During winter, glampers can try their hand at mastering the trails by snowboarding, skiing, and snowshoeing. There are endless possibilities for outdoor adventure, and these modern yurts are the perfect place to call home afterward. Guests can warm up by the wood fireplace, play games with the family around the table or on the throws, or even have a friendly snowball fight!
As the snow melts, flowers bloom, wildlife emerges, and the mountains offer stunning hiking and biking trails. Guests seeking a break from outdoor activities can easily visit a nearby town. The Colorado system is near Antonito, where guests can indulge at one of the several bars or restaurants, take a scenic railroad excursion, or explore the Conejos County Museum. The New Mexico property is within driving distance of Taos, where guests will find an abundance of culture, from locally crafted goods to exceptional art and dining.
Check-in: 1:00 p.m.
Check-out: 1:00 p.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Winter reservations begin on August 1 at 8 a.m., and summer reservations begin on March 1 at 8 a.m. Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Glampers should note that the yurts require guests to hike or ski/snowshoe to reach them.