I checked out this cool spot in Rocky Mountain National Park on a road trip, and it was pretty cool to see the first people who lived inside there. It is closer to the south end of the park, and is only a short walk in if I am remembering correctly. There is a parking area and a small cabin next to it with a parks person inside giving out information.
Check out the old little cabin but make sure to continue on the path, there is great scenery all around, and even more cabin life ahead.
As you walk the trail there are a lot of different signs that will have info on them about the valley and the people within.
There was this half tent, half cabin on the site, and I thought it was super cool. I would totally stay in it as an air B&B!
I didn’t get pictures of every single cabin at this place, but I would say it is worth checking out if you end up in the park. Theres a lot to learn about it and park workers are giving tours of the area and some more information about everything within. Its a short flat walk from the parking area, and the surrounding area is all beautiful! Go check it out!
“Picture you and me, cabin by the sea” – Dirty Heads