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My partner and I had an amazing time. We stayed in Cinnamon Bear Cabin! It is beautiful, nestled within the trees just outside of Twin Lakes. We could easily get into town, either to Twin Lakes, Leadville, or over Indpendence Pass to Aspen. There is...More
We rented the duplex with our son and his family on the other side. We stay at a lot of moderately priced cabins and were surprised at the comforts in our cabins. Usually, the showers are so small you can't hardly turn around in them....More
We came to escape city life - 2 gals and a pup. Stayed at Tall Pines and absolutely loved it. We think this place is a treasure and will try to come back. We never met Laura, but feel like Scott is part of our...More
My daughter and I stayed in Beaver Lodge cabin while hiking and rafting in the area. Our main event was climbing Mt. Elbert (the highest Colorado mountain) and Mt. Elbert Lodge is THE place to stay for that. Black Cloud Trail official trail head is...More
We stayed in the Trail's End cabin for 2 nights. It's rustic, but very cozy. Plenty of warm quilts for the chilly nights. No tv or internet, which was fine. The scenery is amazing. Great value. Highly recommend Mt. Elbert Lodge.
The Rinker has a full kitchen with table and 3 chairs, 2 chairs in front of gas fireplace and 2 lazy boy chairs in bedroom. Outside on the deck has a table and 4 chairs and a grill. We have stayed in the Rinker multiple... More
The Rinker has a full kitchen with table and 3 chairs, 2 chairs in front of gas fireplace and 2 lazy boy chairs in bedroom. Outside on the deck has a table and 4 chairs and a grill. We have stayed in the Rinker multiple times and just stayed there during the holidays.
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"Cinnamon Bear and Rinker directly across the street. Some road noise, but minimal. Got quieter as the night..."