Get cozy under the stars in a secluded backcountry yurt, nestled in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado.

For adventure seekers, this yurt-style Airbnb has it all. Tucked away in the beautiful backcountry near Creede, a stay here offers guests the chance to explore endless miles of hiking trails, barbecue on the deck, and gaze at a star-filled sky through the ceiling. Visit during the fall for a spectacular display of color. 

There's limited power and no running water, internet, nor cell phone service, so be prepared to fully unplug and disconnect.

Photo Courtesy of Mark Richter.

Photo Courtesy of Mark Richter.

Location: 15 minutes from Creede. 

Details: Sleeps up to four guests, with three beds and one bath.

Amenities: The kitchen has everything you need to whip up a meal including a kitchen sink, counter space, plates, utensils, glasses, mugs, a stovetop coffee percolator, stainless steel french press, pots, and pans. There's also plenty of fun board games including chess, checkers, cribbage, Yahtzee, Monopoly, Scrabble, and Uno.

Guests are required to bring their own towels and pillowcases. If visiting in the summer or fall, you'll also need to bring your own drinking water.

It's also important to note that a high-clearance 4WD vehicle is required to reach this yurt.

This Airbnb stay is bookable for around $175 per night. For more details or bookings, please click here.

Editor's Note: Please follow all county and state public health orders. COVID-19 restrictions may also be in place. Always check prior to planning your travels. Find the updated county-to-county COVID-19 dial status here.

Breanna Sneeringer writes about news, adventure, and more for OutThere Colorado as a Digital Content Producer. She is an avid adventure seeker and wildflower enthusiast. Breanna joined OutThere Colorado in September 2018.

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rket

Please make sure to stay off private property in the area. Do not be those people that show up on trail cams on other people's property, remain respectful of boundaries.

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