CMC Boulder Group Cabins
The Boulder Group of the Colorado Mountain Club owns two cabins in the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest. The cabins are operated in accordance with the terms of a Special Use Permit issued by the US Forest Service.
Layout: Ground floor - kitchen w/ wood burning cookstove & two propane burners, living room w/ wood stove, dining room, anteroom, small deck
Sleeps: 12 upstairs (four in room with door, eight in communal floor area) 2 inch foam pads & wool blankets provided
Location: West of Ward, in the Brainard Lake Recreation Area
Map: USGS Ward, CO Quadrangle or Topos viewable online
Trail difficulty: 3.0 miles, + 600 feet up
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Layout: Single room communal space, one central potbelly woodstove
Sleeps: 8 (four in open loft, four on benches) 2 inch foam pads provided
Location: 11,080 feet, south of Eldora Ski Resort, West of Hessie Trailhead and Lost Lake
Map: USGS East Portal, CO Quadrangle or Topos viewable online
Trail difficulty: 5.5 miles, + 1,680 feet up
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