We are so happy to share this beautiful and amazing space with you. You will have the opportunity to connect with nature in a way that no other Airbnb or hotel would ever be able to offer.
For Summer use the cabin is accessible by 2-wheel drive car, but AWD and 4WD is preferable.
The opportunity for adventure with this space is limitless and includes hiking, 4-wheeling, many animal sightings (moose, racoons, porcupines, Eagles, deer, elk and more), and in the winter sledding, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
Enjoy a beautiful open kitchen, dining and family room with a cozy fireplace and a breathtaking view.
FOR WINTER USE renters MUST have access to a 4-wheel drive vehicle, preferably with snow tires and/or chains. Snowmobiles would be the preferred method of accessing the cabin, but guests may be able to hike a short distance (anywhere from .5 to 2 miles depending on current weather conditions).
Access is weather dependent and guests need to plan for an adventure in traveling into the cabin. roads are maintained but will be snow-covered and depending on the current snow totals, could be plowed really well or could be very snow covered which would require guests to park lower on the mountain and need to travel a greater distance on snowmobiles or other means of access.
Accès des voyageurs
There are areas in the cabin that will not be accessible to guests. These include the garage, a closet in the upstairs bedroom and the main pantry in the kitchen.
You will be able to use all kitchen amenities for your stay, but we ask that you clean and replace all items that you use.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live in the SLC area and are there to assist with any needs you might have if necessary, but we hope to make this an easy access opportunity for our guests that will provide them with privacy and peace, free of distractions!
This cabin is in the mountains and therefore is subject to critters and other friendly, furry "squatters"! However, they don't stick around very long when humans arrive.
Please make sure that what you pack in, you pack out. Also, don't leave garbage bags out on the porch because the animals will get into it. There is a place at the bottom of the mountain to throw out garbage. At the very bottom just before you take the last turn to get on the freeway, there is a left hand turn that goes up to a parking lot where there are dumpsters you can throw all of your garbage in.