4 Stunning Off-the-Grid Cabin Rentals in Colorado

Off the Grid Cabin
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Published Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Technology seemingly rules the world, which is why more and more people are recognizing the need to get away from it and reconnect with nature. To help you get started on this experience, here are a couple of our favorite off-the-grid cabin rentals in Colorado. So, gather some nice bottles of wine (or your favorite beer), load up the snacks, rent a beautiful cabin, and start your life-changing adventure.

Off-the-Grid Cabin Rentals in CO

  1. Mt. Sherman Yurt

    $120 per night

    Fairplay

    The perfect mountain getaway, this yurt is 14 miles away from civilization. There are gentle ski trails to rougher ski paths to check out in the winter and incredible hiking trails to experience in the warmer months. The yurt sits up to six people, and the surrounding area allows for additional tents. Depending on the snow, you'll have to trek on foot two to seven miles after a seven to twelve-mile drive. Once you arrive, you can finally explore and relax within nature.

  1. Grouse Creek Yurt

    $68 per night

    Cumbres Pass

    With a view that accents the San Luis Valley and Blanca Peak, this yurt is perfectly placed for enjoying natural beauty. At the southeastern end of the San Juan Wilderness, this area is a cross-country skier's dream. There are slopes and bowls for all skill levels and much more to explore. The yurt accommodates six people and is a four-mile ski in. If you're looking for a moderate trail, this yurt is for you. With no avalanche danger and a marked trail, you're sure to find any opportunity to sit back, relax, and enjoy nature unconnected.

  1. Mountain View Yurt

    $150 per night

    Creede

    Located in the San Juan Mountains, this yurt has endless views of the La Garita Mountains, endless wildlife, and--the best part--the front door drops off to perennial waterfalls and cliffs. You'll be glad to be so distant from civilization when you stay here. Depending on where the roads are plowed, your trek to the cabin could be up to four miles. It's a mild trip, but the yurt itself is surrounded by various terrain to test your skills. You need to be careful, though--there's plenty of avalanche danger nearby. If you decide to wander, you'll need proper backcountry avalanche training.

  1. Taylor Gulch Cabin

    $255 per night

    Between Vail and Leadville

    There are miles of stunning trails, trees, and mountains that extend from this beautiful cabin's doorsteps. You'll never be out of luck on places to go and sights to see. This rustic cabin is the perfect place to relax and unwind while you reconnect with nature. There's so much to do too, including dog sledding and downhill, cross-country, and backcountry skiing. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this cabin comfortably accommodates six people.

There are a lot of off-the-grid cabin rentals in Colorado, so you're certain to find something that has what you're after. Happy disconnecting!