The Wolf Creek Yurt offers you a unique lodging experience. Nestled at the foot of the Continental Divide, it is the closest lodging to the Continental Divide in the South San Juan Mountains. Miles of hiking and mountain biking await out the door of the Wolf Creek Yurt. Winter offers fabulous backcountry skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. Peace and serenity of the National Forest surround you year-round.
Easier than camping, everything is provided for your backcountry stay including: cooking and eating utensils, beds with pillows for six, plentiful tent space in summer, wood stove, split firewood, and even hut shoes. Solar shower in summer. Clean outhouse with stunning views. Solar lights illuminate evening games and storytelling. Year-round creeks. Pond and lake fishing (stocked), and creek fly fishing nearby. You bring only your food, pillow case, and sleeping bag.
A beautiful one-mile hike or bike from your car to the Wolf Creek Yurt along a wildflower strewn historic logging road ensures privacy. PLEASE NOTE this hike/bike is REQUIRED from where you park your vehicle.
Staying in a Yurt is a Unique and Memorable Experience. Perfect for that special Retreat, Reunion, Get-Away, or Honeymoon.
Family-friendly. Locally owned family business since 1997.
Plus 6.9% Colorado Sales Tax
Pets allowed June 1 to first signigicant snow in Fall
Additional fees may apply:
- USForest Service User Fee | 3% of rent
The Pass Creek Yurt is nestled in a sunny spot in the Rio Grande National Forest in southwestern Colorado at 10,250 feet, 800 feet below the Continental Divide. It is located 20 miles SW of South Fork, Colorado and 33 miles by road from Pagosa Springs.
In summer enjoy the gentle one-mile walk to the Pass Creek Yurt while settling into the peaceful silence broken only by the breeze through the pines and the burbling creeks, as you pass under the soaring hawk and by the brilliant wildflowers. The Pass Creek Yurt is surrounded by meadow, forest, creeks, elk, deer. World class hiking, mountain biking, and trail running at your doorstep in summer. Amazing backcountry skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in winter. Fish for the rare Rio Grande Rainbow Trout a one and a half mile hike away on a old road or from the stocked Tucker Ponds you passed on your drive in. Bring your sleeping bag and food. That's it! Everything else is there!