Enjoy all that Mt. Rainer has to offer in this beautiful A-Frame cabin in the Crystal River Ranch Community. The cabin is nestled on two acres of tall timber with lots of privacy and is very quiet.
Downstairs has a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, living room with a flat screen TV and Blue Ray DVD player. There are two bedrooms downstairs, the master bedroom has a king size bed and the second bedroom has a Queen size bed.
Upstairs in the loft there are two beds one Queen and one full. There is also a full size couch in the loft (great for little kids to sleep on). Outside there is a large deck with a Propane BBQ.
Enjoy all the activities that Mt.Rainier and the surrounding areas have to offer, Skiing, Hiking, Biking, Bird watching, Elk watching, Golfing and the list goes on. While staying at Crystal River ranch there are many additional amenities available at the Community Center such as a large playground for kids, basketball court and much more.
My name is Deborah and I have had my cabin since 1989. This cabin has been so special to my family and we have shared so many wonderful times at the cabin. I have been a hardcore skier most all of my life and have skied at Crystal Mountain for years. I truly hope that anyone who stays at the Cabin will enjoy every moment they are there.
There are so many activities to enjoy and if your not up for a lot of activities the cabin is the perfect place to just hang out and unwind from the crazy city life and spend quality time with your family and friends.
For skiing at Crystal Mountain. Crystal Mountain is the best mountain to ski at in the state of Washington. In addition we have enjoyed so much more over the years hiking in the Rainier National forest, biking, snowshoeing, golfing in Enumclaw and just hanging out and relaxing at the cabin reading books, playing games and watching movies. You will love it here.
This property is located in Crystal River Ranch, which is an Elk Sanctuary. The last time I counted the herd there were 43 elk. It is almost impossible not to see these beautiful creatures milling around the ranch or just poking there snouts in the window of the cabin. Beware however not to feed them or get close to them.