Amenities of our Guest Ranch Log Cabins

When you arrive at Shadow Mountain Guest Ranch, no matter where how far and wide you've traveled, you'll be treated to a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere, complete with amenities that will make your stay even more enjoyable. With guest cabins fully appointed, you'll be able to focus on having fun and relaxing in a truly memorable setting.

Kitchenettes with refrigerators exist in the Ranch's smaller cabins, but the larger cabins (Aspen, Grandma's & The Schoolhouse) have full kitchens for preparing any type of meal. Coffee makers, pots & pans, plates, bowls, mugs and utensils are available in every cabin.
All cabins have a gas grill on the deck.

All cabins have full baths, plenty of hot water and heat lamps in a few of the larger cabins. Baseboard heating for when it gets chilly is also a nice luxury, especially in the winter! Some cabins have woodburning stoves and fireplaces if you so wish to have a fire to stay toasty warm.

Some of the cabins have a television and DVD players for your convenience. Feel free to bring your kids' video game system in case of imclement weather so you can have the most relaxing family vacation possible.

We are a dog-friendly establishment! For a small fee, feel free to bring your pup with you for an equally relaxing vacation!



The Main Lodge

The centerpoint of the Ranch is the Main Lodge, boasting an inviting living room and fireplace, complete with a 65" big screen HDTV to enjoy movies or the occasional baseball or football game. Free WiFi access is available. DVDs, a library of books, and games are available in the bookshelves for your pleasure while staying at the ranch.


Campfires at Night

The large fire-ring near the Main Lodge is a focal point after dark, when a large, warm fire invites people to come visit before bed.

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You're at 8,600 Feet

Chances are you may be from a lower elevation. No problem, just remember that higher altitudes can have an effect on your general well-being if you're not prepared.

Typically, the dry atmosphere causes dehydration, stuffy noses and dry skin. Make sure to drink plenty of fluids and use moisturizers. Sunblock is equally as important as the Sun's intensity is exaggerated up this high.

Rarely, altitude sickness can result from a rapid change in elevation. Symptoms include extreme headaches, nauseau, and general discomfort.

Remember to take it easy if you're not acclimated to the altitude change. It normally takes one or two days to adjust to the thinner air at this elevation.

8,600' = 1.7 miles above Sea Level!