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Stunning Remote Lodge in Snowmobilers Paradise!

SuperhostPark County, Montana, United States
Entire house hosted by Jason
12 guests3 bedrooms5 beds2 baths
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Welcome to a true winter wonderland! Bring your whole family and all your snowmobiles/toys because we have the space for them and its the only way to get to our cabin at 8,600 ft. Whether you are looking to do some snowmobiling, snowmobile skiing, ski touring, or snow shoeing, this place makes for a perfect starting point. Living for just a few days at our lodge in the middle of winter will be an experience you and your family will never forget.

The space
This place is truly unique located at 8,600 ft. in the Yellowstone High Country of the Beartooth and Absoraka mountains. Living here is not an easy task, but we will do the hard stuff for you. The first big challenge is to get to the remote cabin. We can help with all of that including breaking trail and setting a track to the cabin so that it is easier to access. Once at the cabin you'll notice to beautiful finishes and an incredible view from every window. The amount of snow that we get every day in winter can be a challenge, but we take care of all the snow maintenance so that you can get your snowmobiles into the garage and out of the elements.

Other things to note
We have snowshoes and plastic sleds/saucers available for our guests to use!

Please also note our cabin rules fro Winter....

We Really Appreciate Your Understanding!!

Do not leave children under 18 unsupervised on the main deck, second floor deck off the master bedroom, or outside the property.

No more than 5 adults at a time on the cantilevered seats on the main deck

No Smoking anywhere inside the cabin

Do not open Windows labeled “Do Not Open”

Do not open doors labeled “Do Not Open”

Do not hang anything, including clothes to dry on the natural interior wood

Do not put food down the kitchen sink drain. Please put it in the trash

Do not use the griddle in the middle of the cooking range

Please be conscious that we don’t have a self cleaning feature for our oven and clean up any spills or splatters made in the oven

Keep a tablecloth on dining room table any time it is being used

Recycle all glass, aluminum, plastic containers, cardboard and paper in the provided bins

All food and beverage based recycling material should be rinsed before recycling
Glass, aluminum, and plastic in one bin
Paper and cardboard on the side of bins

Do not leave trash or food anywhere outside the cabin

Do not flush anything down the toilet except the provided toilet paper

Make sure all doors are closed securely and dead bolted when you leave for the day and at night, otherwise the doors will blow open allowing cold air and snow to get in.

Keep all doors shut when not in use to prevent cold air and snow from coming in.

No International calling on home phone or any other calling activity that will incur charges.

Shut off the fireplace when you are not in the room (and only use the fireplace if you need extra heat)

The cables in the kitchen drawer are available for guest use but are not to be taken off property

Please squeegee the shower glass after your shower

Limit the concurrent use of showers, washer, and dishwasher to two

Do not take binoculars off the property. They are for your enjoyment around the house


The firepole on the second floor decking is for emergencies only. Do not use the fire pole for recreational purposes or for means of getting from floor 2 to floor 1.

Do not hang or climb on decorative interior wood

No Snowmobiles inside the heated Mud Room

Do not adjust the Mud Room thermostats, they are to stay at 44 degrees at all times

Do not use the Gas from the gas cans in the Mud Room

Do not sit on or use the snowmobiles on the property

Do not sit on or use the Ranger on the property

Do not remove or use the tools hanging in the Mud Room

Keep the Mud Room garage doors shut at all times

The snowboards and bindings on the property are not available for use by guests

Do not open any of the bins in the Mud Room

Do not open any of the ziptie cabinets in the Mud Room

West garage door must be bolted at all times, otherwise it will blow open and let snow in
Welcome to a true winter wonderland! Bring your whole family and all your snowmobiles/toys because we have the space for them and its the only way to get to our cabin at 8,600 ft. Whether you are looking to do some snowmobiling, snowmobile skiing, ski touring, or snow shoeing, this place makes for a perfect starting point. Living for just a few days at our lodge in the middle of winter will be an experience you and y… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
3 single beds
Common spaces
4 floor mattresses

Amenities

Hangers
Dedicated workspace
Private entrance
Hair dryer
Carbon monoxide alarm
Fire extinguisher
Indoor fireplace
Wifi
Smoke alarm
Kitchen

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Location

Park County, Montana, United States

Right outside of Cooke City, Montana our cabin is located between two snow trails maintained by the Snowmobile Association of America. On our west is Daisy Pass and on the east is LuLu Pass. You couldn't be in a better location for what the surrounding area has to offer in the winter, like world class snowmobiling and back country skiing and it's all right out your front door. Head down to Cooke City for dinner and a night cap and then head back to our cabin to enjoy a quite evening in luxury. You will love it.
Right outside of Cooke City, Montana our cabin is located between two snow trails maintained by the Snowmobile Association of America. On our west is Daisy Pass and on the east is LuLu Pass. You couldn't be in…

Hosted by Jason

Joined in July 2013
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During your stay
As much as it is beautiful, it isn't easy living at 8,600 ft in the Montana winter so we have someone on hand to help with any issues you may encounter. Our property manager will also take care of all the snow maintenance required to get in and out of the lodge and its garages. Inquire with us about some additional services we offer, like hauling your food and gear to the cabin.
As much as it is beautiful, it isn't easy living at 8,600 ft in the Montana winter so we have someone on hand to help with any issues you may encounter. Our property manager will a…
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Cancellation policy