Mesa House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Loft, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8+)
Moose Path Lodge is located at 7673 HWY 65 along the Grand Mesa Scenic Byway at 7000 ft. The Grand Mesa is the world’s largest flattop mountain and home to Powderhorn ski area as well as the Grand Mesa National Forest. Numerous lakes, hiking and cross-country ski trials are found on this spectacular mountain.
Serve meals in the bay window dining area in the fully equipped kitchen. Enjoy the comfortable living area gathered around the pellet stove while enjoying the incredible view through the towering spruce and aspen forest. Two bathrooms are available in the lodge.
Sunny rooms with amazing views are yours to enjoy at the lodge nestled in nearly 5 acres among spruce and aspen groves. A pristine mountain stream flows through the aspens. Enjoy the scenery and a variety of wildlife from our wraparound decks during your memorable mountain experience. Hike, bike, ski, fish, or just relax in these peaceful surroundings. Located on site is a childrens jungle gym and basketball hoop.
Holidays are delightful never forgotten celebrations in this unique setting! The lodge is the perfect venue to bring friends and family together.
The master and additional upstairs bedroom both open into the upstairs bath area. The master bedroom contains a king-size bed, and the other upstairs bedroom contains two twin size beds. The downstairs bedroom has a full-size bed. There is also a foldout sofa in the living area. Children love staying in the loft area with sleeping bags. All Mattress and box springs have been replaced with deluxe products from Just Right Mattress of Grand Junction, Colorado!
Keywords: Mountain Lodge
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
About The Owner
David is employed by a candy manufacturer. Deese is a self employed artist who often works from the lodge. Micah is a full time college student majoring in music. All three of our sons enjoyed growing up on the Grand Mesa. Our family includes two cats and a Yorkshire Terrier.
The Owner purchased this house in 1984
Why The Owner chose Mesa
When we moved to Grand Junction Colorado in the 70's, we immediately fell in love with the beautiful mountain scenery on the Grand Mesa. We were delighted to find this high altitude property, and continue to appreciate all the mountain has to offer. We love having the opportunity to share our sanctuary with others.
What makes this house unique
Favorite activities at the lodge include watching deer from the deck, and viewing the handiwork of beavers at the creek. Our sons and their friends enjoy fishing for trout on the property. There are several great local restaurants, a unique gift store, and a friendly coffee shop in the small town of Mesa.