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Come find your own paradise!

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LOST TRAIL RANCH

The High Mountain Rental Cabins at the Headwaters of the Rio Grande

Come find your own paradise...

 

 

About Lost Trail Ranch

Nestled into the Aspen and Spruce trees in the mountains alongside the Rio Grande, the rental cabins of Lost Trail Ranch are  located in Southwestern Colorado, at an elevation of nearly 10,000 feet.  Surrounded by the breathtaking wilderness of the San Juan Mountains, an environment of serenity and unspoiled nature welcomes you to come and partake in the wonders of these beautiful mountains, rivers and wide open skies. 

Completely off grid, but far from roughing it, our guests come to the cabins of Lost Trail Ranch to bask in the comforts, conveniences and beauty our beautiful cabins and magnificent mountains provide. With only four main comfortable, fully-furnished rental cabins available for Guests to come and enjoy the serenity of these unspoiled mountains, Lost Trail Ranch  is the perfect balance of serenity, safety, privacy and still being a part of the surrounding wilds. Peace and beauty abound at Lost Trail Ranch, where Guests feel the crisp mountain air, and soak in the incredible vistas in all directions.  Deer, moose, elk and coyote are seen regularly right here at the Ranch.  At Lost Trail Ranch, our relaxed  atmosphere provides the perfect back drop for a family vacation or a romantic weekend get-a-way. 

The rental cabins of Lost Trail Ranch offer a unique and exceptional paradise for those seeking the unsurpassed mountain get-away experience.  

 

About our Cabins

Our cabins each provide our guests with a private, unique and comfortable home-away-from-home.  Ranging from the rustic Little Dude Cabin to the expansive Meadow Manor, each provides special characteristics and charm which appeal to individual wants and needs of our guests.

Guest come here to have their own place and space and do their own thing, at their own personal pace.  We provide the place. The rest is up to you.  It's easy to do up here.  There's plenty to do, or nothing at all. 

Here, our guests have found their own paradise!  And we are honored to provide that for you!

About our Guests

Our guests are families and fishermen, couples looking for a romantic get-away and individuals looking for a safe, private, picturesque retreat.  They are returning for the fourth generation and first time discoverers. They come here to get away. They are not here to be catered to, but to have their own space. To be in the mountains. Enjoyed from their front porch kicking back with a tall glass of sweet tea or out on a long day hike up Lost Trail Creek trail to Slide Lake. To have their own place and space and do their own thing, at their own personal pace.  We provide the place. The rest is up to you.  It's easy to do up here.  There's plenty to do, or nothing at all. 

Here, our guests have found their own paradise!  And we are honored to provide that for you!

 

 

About Us

We have been honored to share our home and these magnificent mountains with so many of you over a dozen years. We are sincerely grateful for your support, business and for so many of you, your friendship.  We thank you for the years of being able to serve you and share with you our mountain home. Our goal has been to provide the most comfortable, clean and welcoming environment for our guests to come enjoy and share the beauty of this pristine wilderness. We look forward to continuing to share this magnificent ranch and land with you.

Warmly,

Bob, Gin & Forrest Getz (and Gunnar)

Thank you...

 

  

For more about Lost Trail Ranch and life in these magnificent mountains, we hope you will enjoy these books and see Gin's Blog at www.gingetz.com

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Lost Trail Ranch, 18100 USFS Rd 520, Creede, CO 81130    e-mail  losttrailranch@gmail.com

   

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