The location is ideal for getting off the grid and enjoying private trails on the tranquil side of Continental Divide. Our private Elk Run Trail is snowmobile packed for non-motorized recreation and in the summer is a great hiking trail into Routt National Forest. Steamboat is about an hour away. The Moose Haven Cabin has beautiful views of the valley below and the Medicine Bow Mountains to the west. If you are looking for a tranquil place to un-plug this is it. The cabin is sitting on top of a moraine in aspens and tall timothy grass. Wildlife of all species abound, moose, elk, deer, pronghorn, fox, raccoon, bear, eagle, hawks, and many species of birds. The heat is furnished by a wood stove. Lanterns provided for light. The trail is just up the road into the Routt National Forest and Mt Zirkel Wilderness offers 100's of miles of hiking. The bathroom listed is a composting bathroom 20 feet away.
The remoteness, views, ability to have pets make this spot special. There is lots of Timothy Grass for horses, llamas or alpacas. Hiking or riding opportunities right from your cabin to Routt National Forest and the Mount Zirkel Wilderness makes this destination hard to beat.
Downstairs is a full and twin bed and a queen fold out sofa bed upstairs.
There isn't running water in the cabin however well water is provided.
We supply a gas grill.
Solar provides the lights and phone chargers. We can supply a cooler and ice. Lanterns and candles are supplied. A frig is available at the Shower House.
We also supply the following: blankets, linens, pillows, silverware, cooking utensils, pots and pans, French Press, glasses, cups, water, firewood, matches, 3 outside chairs, picnic table and a fire-ring with grill.
The shower house is within 100 feet.
The Routt National Forest and Mount Zirkel Wilderness is a short hike or ride. There are over 60 trails and 70 lakes in the Zirkel Wilderness.
You will be within 100 yards of the cabin from where you park. Check out our trail dubbed "Narnia" which takes you to where two waterfalls merge on the Roaring Ditch which runs about the end of May until about the first week of July. The trail is marked with Monarch Butterflies.
The sink is plumbed for grey water.
Lanterns and candles are supplied.
Doggie bags are provided, thanks for picking up after you furry friend.
There is a fire pit with a grill for cooking at the front door.
The composting bathroom is 20 feet from the cabin.
Our detailed directions are best to get here as other methods aren't reliable.