Blue River Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Charming family-oriented house in the woods 3 miles south of Breckenridge
The cabin's endless backyard provides private access to thousands of acres of White River National Forest including 13,852ft Crystal Peak, Pacific Peak, Spruce Creek Trail, and the Wheeler Trail.
Two stories, 2 bedrooms (+ 1 loft), 2 full baths, heated garage, fully equipped kitchen, wood-burning fireplace, laundry room with full sized washer and dryer, and all the amenities for a relaxing family get-away in the Colorado Mountains Summer or Winter.
Log furniture, stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, vaulted ceilings, and old barn wood give the cabin a warm mountain feeling. Netflix, Xbox, and wireless internet are also provided for entertainment on a rainy day.
There are numerous activities in both summer and winter from cultural events, music (2 orchestras), recreation, reading a book, downhill skiing, sledding, snow shoeing, hiking, or shopping in the quaint shops of Breckenridge.
The cabin is close to Keystone, Copper Mountain, Vail, and the historic mining towns or Alma and Fairplay.
A wonderful place to sit back, relax, and enjoy your family and the beautiful woods and nature of Colorado.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
My wife and I love spending time in the mountains. We are avid trail runners, hikers, backcountry skiers, and downhill skiers. Breckenridge is our favorite mountain town and ski resort.
We bought the Crystal Spruce Cabin for its beautiful vaulted architecture and amazing surroundings. The property borders public national forest land, which provides car-free access to the Spruce Creek trails and provides hiking and backcountry skiing right out the back door. We spend the last summer fixing up the property and just started renting it in the fall of 2012. This is our home away from home and we look forward to sharing it with you!
Vaulted Ceilings, wood burning stove, beautiful kitchen, lots of wildlife, lots of privacy since it is surrounded by forest land. Frequent visits by elk, bears, and foxes make you really feel like you're in the mountains.