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Lost Canyon Resort
Gunnison, CO

1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2012-08-08 18:27:12
This place is way past rustic. We left and went to town and rented a motel and lost a weeks rent ca...
Sophia Peace Center
Dolores, CO

1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2011-09-14 19:57:50
The occasion was the wedding of my son and daughter-in-law on 9-10-11. First, the accommodations an...
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2010-06-15 09:50:55
All I can say is that I'm glad to have come across this website! I was sure that my husband and I w...
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2010-06-14 15:20:58
Between the surly woman at check in and the lack of everything their website promises I can say with...
The Hideout Cabins and] Campground
Glenwood Springs, CO

5 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2009-03-27 03:27:08
good place i used to live here!!!!!...
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Cool Water Ranch

10643 County Road 501,
Bayfield, CO

Brown Cabin

282 Red Stone Road,
Ouray, CO
The Brown Cabin sits high above the river 3 miles north of Ouray. Its large deck offers stunning views of the high peaks and the Uncompahgre river valley. This cozy log cabin comes fully equipped, with wi-fi, woodstove, complete kitchen, linens, TV and DVD. It sleeps four with an antique, queen-sized bed and a foldout couch. For more photos and and information call 970-728-0512, or email the.brown.cabin@gmail.com.

If you are looking for a mountian vacation in quiet surroundings, picture yourself in our log cabin. The expansive grass lawn and pine trees add a restful ambiance. (No smoking or pets).

Durango Lodge

150 E 5th St,
Durango, CO
The Durango Lodge offers exceptionally clean, comfortable rooms at
reasonable rates. Enjoy our complimentary continental breakfast, seasonal
outdoor pool and indoor hot tub.
This convenient location provides many great shops,
restaurants and entertainment all within walking distance.

The decision is easy on where to stay when you visit Durango...
Durango Lodge, a perfect way to start your journey ~

Durango Mountain Resort

1 Skier Pl,
Durango, CO
Durango Mountain Resort, located in Durango, Colo., offers a range of facilities for tourists. The resort offers tourists lessons in skiing and snowboarding. It also offers cross-country and downhill skiing for enthusiasts. In addition, lessons are also offered to those who want to improve their present levels of the sport. The resort also features special skiing and snowboarding lessons for kids. Other facilities offered are lodging, museums and restaurants, and parks. The resort also offers discounts for group packages. It provides a number of facilities for corporate conferences and conventions. In addition, it offers venues to hold weddings, anniversaries and get-togethers.

Lanes Cabin

927 Cr 17,
Ouray, CO

Cozy Cottage

5957 Sky Pond Dr # D148,
Loveland, CO

Keystone Lodge

22101 US Highway 6,
Keystone, CO
If you're thinking Colorado, then think Keystone. With so many Keystone activities for every season all located in one inclusive resort, Keystone is the destination for an ideal Colorado adventure. If you are unfamiliar with Keystone Resort, then this is the perfect starting place to explore the resort through 360 tours, videos, photos and maps.

Destination Resort-Snowmass

300 Carriage Way,
Snowmass Village, CO
Fantastic snow. A massive mountain. There's a reason it's called Snowmass.

With everything from glades and bowls to cliffs, chutes and groomers, the Aspen Snowmass Colorado family ski resort adds up to miles of fun for skiers and boarders of all abilities, making it the ideal destination for ski vacations or weekend getaways with friends. Destination Resorts Snowmass offers Snowmass Village condominium rentals and hotel lodging right on the slopes, so you never have to be far from the action.

A true ski-in, ski-out resort, Snowmass also packs the Power of Four - where one lift ticket gives you access to Aspen Mountain (locals call it Ajax), Snowmass, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands. Some people say Snowmass, Colorado offers the world's best skiing.

And ski-in/ski-out convenience is just what you get with Destination Resorts Snowmass. Step outside your door and you are right on the slopes from many of our premier Snowmass condominiums including Top of the Village, Interlude, Shadowbrook, and Base Village Capital Peak.

Don't you deserve to find out why Snowmass offers one of the best ski and family destinations in Colorado?

Lost Canyon Resort

8264 State Highway 135,
Gunnison, CO
Rated 1 out of 5 stars based on 1 customer reviews
Lost Canyon Resort
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2012-08-08 18:27:12
This place is way past rustic. We left and went to town and rented a motel and lost a weeks rent cause this place is that bad. It is dirty with very poor ammenities. All beds sag in the middle and your feet sleep higher than your head. You are better off outside in a tent with the bears as they could walk right in to the cabins any way.

Cascade Cottages

4140 Fall River Road,
Estes Park, CO

Deerwillow Cabins

18843 County Road 501,
Bayfield, CO

Cornerstone OPS

1000 Cornerstone Trl,
Montrose, CO

Crested Butte Lodging and Prprty

701 Gothic Ave,
Crested Butte, CO
Crested Butte Lodging and Property Management is located in Crested Butte, Colo. The company offers lodging and accommodation services. It organizes various summer activities that include hiking, biking, fishing, rafting, kayaking, canoeing, jeeping, and golfing. Crested Butte Lodging and Property Management also holds several winter activities, such as Nordic skiing, telemark skiing, ice-skating, sleigh rides, snowmobiling and dog sledding.

Durango Mountain Resort

327 S Camino Del Rio,
Durango, CO

Gateway Canyons Resort

43200 Highway 141,
Gateway, CO

Eagles Nest Cabins and Homes

18903 County Road 501,
Bayfield, CO
Eagle's Nest enjoys a quiet, uncrowded and peaceful setting in the valley. Our on-site accommodations combine the charming appeal of rustic log-sided cabins with many modern amenities such as jet tub/showers, Satellite TV/VCR, microwave and Wi-Fi .
Tastefully decorated, our cabins were renovated to bring our guests "the finest" in Vallecito Lake accommodations.

The Eagle's Nest property is a combination of park-like grounds blended with areas of beautiful natural terrain. Guests will enjoy relaxing around our ponds against the backdrop of the spectacular mountain peaks where you may observe the native wildlife, feed our fish (sorry...no fishin') and absorb our peaceful surroundings.

Cooper Hill Ski Area Inc

1101 Poplar St,
Leadville, CO

Eldora Mountain Resort

601 Klondike Ave,
Nederland, CO
Eldora Mountain Resort is a seasonal ski resort located in Nederland, Colo. Opened in 1962, Eldora Mountain Resort is located 21 miles from Boulder, Colo., and less than 50 miles from Denver. Eldora has 680 acres of skiable terrain and receives more than 300 inches of snow per year. The base area of Eldora has an elevation of 9,200 feet above sea level. Its top elevation is 10,800 feet. The resort offers 12 lifts, two quads, two triples, four doubles, one poma, two rope tows and a conveyor lift. In addition to skiing facilities, Eldora Mountain offers four restaurants, equipment rental, equipment storage, ski clubs and wedding services.

Last Chance Mine

18 Main St,
Creede, CO
Production from this underground mine that once worked the Amethyst Vein, ended some 50 years ago. Since then privately owned mines in Creede have been closed to the public and Amethyst Vein specimens and lapidary material have become increasingly scarce. But that changed when rockhound and mining-history buff, Jack Morris, recently reopened the Last Chance Mine. The Last Chance, one of Creede's richest and most historic mines, dates back 115 years to the early days of Creede's great silver boom. Today, the mine is again a source of Amethyst Vein material for collectors and lapidaries.

The Last Chance was the last major strike in the Creede area. In 1890, prospector Theodore Renniger had unsuccessfully searched the area north of Creede. Feeling down on his luck, Renniger was about to give up. But when businessmen Ralph Granger and Erick Von Buddenbrock grubstaked him with $25 and three burros, the prospector decided to give it one more try. Knowing that this was his last chance to strike it rich, Renniger began searching Creede's steep ridges and rugged rhyolite canyons in August 1891. Things went wrong from the start; his burros wandered off, and when he finally caught up with them on the side of Bachelor Ridge, the stubborn animals refused to budge. Frustrated and weary Renniger decide to prospect right where he was. This time luck was with him, chipping away at a nearby rock formation, he uncovered a weathered outcrop of lead-silver mineralization in amethyst quartz that marked a north western extension of the Amethyst Vein. Renniger gave his discovery an appropriate name, the Last Chance. Renniger quietly asked Nicholas Creede to assess his strike. Stunned byHomePage it's richness Creede urged Renniger to immediately delineate, stake and register his claims. Once Renniger had done this, Creede quickly staked the adjacent lower ground and named his claim the Amethyst Lode.

Mine development along the vein systems proceeded quickly, with the Creede district shipping its first silver-380,000 troy ounces in 1891. When the Last Chance and Amethyst Mines began production the following year, the districts Silver output jumped to 2.4 million troy ounces. And in 1893, it doubled to 4.8 million troy ounces (about 150 metric tons), worth some $6 million (1893 dollars).
By then, Ralph Granger had bought out the interest of Renniger and Von Buddenbrock for $150,000 to become the sole owner of the Last Chance. The mine would remain in the Granger family for more than a century.
The Last Chance was blessed with a wealth of Amethyst Vein ore. Part of the Last Chance New York Mining & Milling Co., the mine, with its 75 employees, immediately became one of Creede's top producers. Its 1,400-footlong inclined shaft eventually served 13 underground levels. The sixth level, called the "Chance Six," worked a 100 foot-wide ore body, one of the widest sections of the entire four-mile-long Amethyst Vein.

The 1970s also saw the final underground exploration at the Last Chance. Although silver reserves still existed, the high costs of modern underground development and environmental compliance made it economically infeasible to reopen the mine. So the Last Chance was closed and largely forgotten for the next 20 years, its surface buildings slowly collapsing and its story becoming lost in time.
The Last Chance would likely have become just another forgotten Creede mine had it not been for Jack Morris. A Missouri native, Morris became interested in mining and minerals via an unusual route. As a professional trucker, he had hauled heavy equipment to mines in Missouri's lead belt, Arizona's copper belt, Illinois and West Virginia coal mines and Missouri iron mines; where he met many miners and began collecting minerals. In 1995, to further his interest in minerals and mining, Morris began spending his month-long annual vacations in Creede.
Of all the historic Creede mines, the Last Chance most intrigued Morris. The owner of the Last Chance was Nancy Granger Schallen, the granddaughter of Ralph Granger, one of the businessmen who had grubstaked Theodore Renniger's successful 1891 prospecting trip. Over the years, Granger had passed sole ownership of the mine to his son Paul, who eventually passed it on to his daughter Nancy. When Morris contacted Granger Schallen to learn more about the Last Chance, she asked if he wanted to buy the mine. After thinking it over, Morris replied that, yes, he was interested, but he couldn't afford it.
When asked why he wanted the mine, Morris explained that he planned to open it to the public, generate revenue from the sale of the Amethyst Vein dump material, then use that money to restore mine buildings and preserve the mine's history. Hearing that, Nancy Granger Schallen offered to sell Morris the Last Chance for nothing more than its assessed tax value.
Morris purchased the mine in 1995. In 1999, Jack moved to Creede and he then began the full-time restoration of four mine buildings. In 2005, he opened the Last Chance Mine as a fee-collecting site and historic attraction.
The Creede mines offered the famed amethyst vein, a remarkable deposit of high-grade silver ore rich in argentite and galena and flecked with gleaming bits of native silver, all in a matrix of pastel-colored, banded agate and purple amethyst. It makes fine display specimens, slabs and polishes well, and can be worked into everything from jewellery pendants to panels for Tiffany-style lampshades. Simply slated, Creede's Amethyst Vein ore may be the most distinctive and beautiful mill-run ore ever mined.

Admission to the Last Chance is free, and whether visitors collect or not, all will hear an account of the mine's history. The restored mine buildings rest on a flat area midway between the steep upper and lower mine-waste dumps, overlooking Willow Creek and the Amethyst Mine runs 800 feet below. The collecting area is a level section of the upper dump accessed by a timbered walkway. Collectors who don't have their own equipment are provided with a bucket, rock hammer, and plastic spray bottle filled with water, the latter to assist in identifying Amethyst Vein rock. The charge to take material from the mine dump is $2 per pound.
During the summer season, some 15 to 20 rockhounds and mining-history buffs visit the mine daily. Morris has also hosted rock and gem clubs from Colorado, New Mexico, and as far away as Tennessee. The family-oriented Last Chance Mine welcomes children provided they are kept under close parental supervision for obvious safety reasons. The Last Chance also has three unique rustic cabins that accommodate up to 12 visitors, with water, wood, and bedding provided. Use of the cabins is free, but donations are gratefully accepted to fund mine-restoration work.
The elevation of the Last Chance is 10,300 feet, high enough to be a consideration for some elderly visitors or for those in poor health. Morris suggests that anyone prone to altitude sickness acclimate at lower elevations for a few days before visiting the mine.
The mine opens on Memorial Day weekend and closes after winter snows make it inaccessible. (Winter weekend snowshoe or cross-country ski trips by special arrangement only.)

In the future, Jack plans to establish the Nancy Granger Schallen Museum to display minerals, mining equipment, artifacts, and photos from the Last Chance Mine and the early days of Creede. He will also recondition an old portal to provide public underground tours, and has already consulted with state mine inspectors about the required ventilation, communication, and lighting systems necessary for public-tour approval. He is hoping to open level 2 in the summer of 2012.
To collect some of the most beautiful mill-run ore you'll ever see, visit the Last Chance Mine. Remember, when it comes to collecting Amethyst Vein specimens and lapidary material, the Last Chance may be your last chance.

Seymour Lodging Corp

3075 E Exposition Ave,
Denver, CO
Seymour Lodging offers a large selection of Keystone lodging choices. Most are in the ski area, making your next ski in ski out Keystone, CO condos and vacation homes easy to find. We also offer a few homes in Dillon and Frisco.

All of our vacation rentals provide easy access to the six Summit County and Eagle County ski resorts, including Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Vail / Beaver Creek.

We have over 40 condo rentals and vacation homes to choose from, with an additional five throughout Summit County. Each vacation rental includes:

Sheets, blankets, pillows, and pillow cases for all beds (including fold-out sofas & portable futons)
All needed cooking utensils in the kitchen & items for dining table
Bath towels, hand towels, wash cloths in each bath
Paper towels, Kleenex, toilet tissue, detergent, shampoo/conditioner, trash liners, soap.
All units have washer/dryer or access to a laundry room & maid service before & after stay
Wi-Fi available in all units
If you are planning a trip to Colorado for the summer months, we are close to golf, hiking, climbing, biking, rafting, canoeing, sailing and shopping!

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Cabin rentals in Colorado