Allenspark Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 4 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 3 Baths, (Sleeps 10)
Colorado custom log home situated on 20 isolated acres on the edge of the Rocky Mountain National Park and the North St. Vrain Creek.
With Mount Meeker towering overhead there is convenient access to trails leading up to waterfalls, high mountain lakes, glaciers and fields of wildflowers. Hiking downstream one can fish for wild native trout through a protected 10 mile canyon. Otherwise sit beside the roaring creek and read, write or paint amongst the deer, elk, ouzel and fluttering aspen.
Walk back through the woods to the lodge and join the folks who never left the cozy Tulakivi fireplace surrounded by ancient Ingelman Spruce and vaulted ceiling gazing out onto the forest and fourteen thousand foot Mt. Meeker. Enjoy barbeque on the sun-bathed deck or quietly around the candlelit table while the kids rampage downstairs on the bunks, ping-pong table and watch movies.
Fall asleep to the sound of tumbling waters and a canopy of stars.
Awaken to the pink hues of dawn cascading down the sleeping Mountain.
After several days of wilderness experience, drive 20 minutes into the resort town of Estes Park and enjoy the full fare of entertainment. Drive further over the highest continuous road in the country which traverses the Continental Divide and drops down into the Colorado River basin and Grand Lake. Enjoy all that the Rockies have to offer on the Colorado River and National Park trails. Return home to our lodge in Wild Basin by way of Mary's Lake, Balpate Inn, Eagleplume's cabin and St. Malo's Chapel on the Rock. Settle back into this cozy log hideaway and enjoy the perfect Rocky Mountain holiday you'll want to relive.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Retired physician who enjoys family time, hiking and fishing at the Lodge.
Quiet wilderness experience with all the comforts of home.
Listening to the river.