A Summer of Yurts

August 31, 2016

This summer, Feed Media client Snow Mountain Ranch was in a world of yurt. Their platform tent-like structures were a popular family getaway.

This summer, Feed Media client Snow Mountain Ranch was in a world of yurt. Their platform tent-like structures were a popular family getaway in the warmer Colorado months. Originating in Mongolia, Turkey and Siberia, today’s yurts are engineered for a sturdier and more modern camping experience. Let’s just say they kick camping up a notch!

A great escape for Denver area families, Snow Mountain Ranch yurts are electrically wired with a queen bed and two bunk beds inside as well as a mini fridge and microwave. They even have WiFi!

Several members of the media visited Snow Mountain Ranch in recent months and shared their yurt-full experiences:

USA Today – “Summertime Adventures for Families Across the USA”

The Denver Post – “Family Camping Made Easy in the Yurts at Snow Mountain Ranch”  

Mile High Mamas – “Family Travel: Colorado Summer Vacation Guide”

Heiditown – “A Stay at Yurt Village at Snow Mountain Ranch”

Curbed – “Five Vacation Yurts to Get Away From it All”

Mountain Living – “Let’s Go Glamping in the West”

Taking the Kids – “Yurts Give Families a Modern Alternative to Camping at YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch”

The Mile High Mama – “A Night Under the Stars at Snow Mountain Ranch YMCA”

Vail Daily – “Toss the Tent: Discover a Better Way to Sleep in the Wild”

5280 – “Go Glamping at Snow Mountain Ranch’s Yurts”

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