Not all cabins close up for winter. Here are heated options for socially distant exploring.

November 14, 2020

53 family and reunion cabins boast heat, a kitchen and plenty of space this winter.

The Washington Post featured our client Snow Mountain Ranch as one of their top destinations for socially distant exploring.

“Each of the 53 family cabins (2 to 5 bedrooms) and reunion cabins (6 to 8 bedrooms) boasts heat, a kitchen and plenty of space for a family looking to get away from the hustle of the city (the property is only 30 minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park in the north-central part of the state). Curbside check-in and email checkout are available for social distancing; take-out from the dining areas and grocery delivery are also options. Outdoor pass stations and socially distanced lessons with mask requirements are also available for visitors hoping to pick up Nordic skiing,” writes Heather Balogh Rochfort of The Washington Post.

Ready to do some exploring? Book your heated cabin here.

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