Trapper's Cabin - Sleeps 2

The Trapper's Cabin is a very private log cabin nestled among aspens and spruce trees, with a sprawling back deck, complete with a mountain stream running right by. A small kitchenette and fridge/freezer allows you enjoy your own meals.


At night, open the windows and be lulled to sleep by the sound of the stream running by, just yards away.
RATES for Trapper's Cabin: $155 per night (2 people)

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Trappers in Colorado

Mountainmen and Fur-trappers were a integral part of Colorado's history and economy, back in the mid-19th century.

As these frontiersmen, otherwise referred to as 'pathfinders' made their way West, they learned of the difficult weather, and soon involved themselves in trapping, which is capturing live animals for few purposes, chief among them being for their fur.

The fur that these trappers would acquire from beavers and typically mink, would be sold to wealthy buyers in cities like New York.

Colorado's own Kit Carson was at one point in his life, a fur-trapper, and made a generous wage selling and trading beaver pelts.

For more information on this topic, check out the Colorado Historical Society's website.


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