Marble Peak Cabin
Western, Colorado, United States
With the feel of an upscale 10th Mountain Division Hut, the Marble Peak Cabin is a spectacular getaway in the southern range of Colorado's Elk Mountains in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness. The 980 square foot ski chalet sits on 53 acres that mostly border National Forest. From the deck you can view several towering giants, Mt. Daly, Elk Mountain, Whitehouse Mountain, and Treasure Mountain, as well as the sparkling waters of Yule Creek falls, just 100 yards away.
Find some of the most exceptional -- and little known -- backcountry and nordic skiing in Colorado, easily accessible from this secluded log cabin. Skin up to Marble Peak or No Name Peak, or head to the peaceful nordic trails found in and above the Crystal Valley. Opportunities for sledding, snowshoeing and other ventures can be found around every corner. But you don’t have to be an extreme backcountry skier to enjoy this hidden gem. Summer also provides endless opportunities for outdoor enjoyment, with miles of stunning hiking trails and abundant trout fishing right outside the cabin door.
Marble Peak Cabin offers friends and families a place to gather as they enjoy the pleasures of life in the mountains. It’s a welcoming and cozy place to hang your hat -- or dry your boots -- after a fulfilling day in the snow or on the hiking trails.
Location and Access
Near: Marble, CO
Summer and Winter: Access to the cabin requires 4WD. The cabin is located just over half a mile up the Quarry road from the main stop sign in the historic town of Marble (Country road 3C, plowed in the winter). Guests may park at the cabin or in town and hike or ski up. The driveway is steep and in winter months guests may wish to park in the two parking spots across the street from the driveway and walk the 100 yards to the cabin.
Located in the Maroon Bells - Snowmass Wilderness Area, you will find ample opportunity for:
Hiking, Skiing (cross-country, backcountry), Snowshoeing, Sledding, Mountain biking, Fishing, Horseback riding
Marble Peak Cabin is an ideal base camp from which to jump start your adventures. Explore the Yule Lakes, Lead King Basin, Anthracite Pass, and many other high alpine sites. Skin up to Marble Peak and No Name Peak for an unforgettable day of backcountry skiing. Bring your own canoe or kayak and float upon Beaver Lake in the tiny town of Marble, a couple miles below the cabin. The trailhead for beautiful Raspberry Ridge is also just steps away.
Bedroom 1: one queen, one baby crib
Bedroom 2 (upstairs open sleeping area): one queen, four twin beds, one sleeper sofa/futon
Living room: one twin (dining room bench can be used as a bed if needed)
One bathroom with a toilet, sink, and hot shower
What you need to bring
Headlamp or flashlight
Sleeping bag (linens and towels provided in summer for extra charge)
Cleaning and Linens $150 + tax
Refundable Damage Deposit $200
Tax Rate 7.9%
Visitors have the option of bringing their own bedding and cleaning before they leave, much like a 10th Mountain Hut experience. If this is done the $150 linen/cleaning fee will be waived. If you need bedding there will be an additional $150 fee for your stay. Longer stays requiring multiple towel and linen service will be charged additional fees.
In the winter the cabin is set up like a mountain hut. That means you bring your own sleeping bag to put on top of flannel covered beds. Pillows are provided. *No cleaning or linen fee is charged in the winter. In the summer months there will be linens provided with an additional fee
100% refund if canceled at least 15 days before arrival date. No refund if canceled within 15 days of arrival.
Well-behaved dogs are allowed. Kindly pick up after your pet around the cabin. Please no animals on beds, pillows and furniture.
Solar Lanterns or Lighting
Wood Burning Stove
Rates and Availability
|Weeknight||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Min Stay||Max Stay|
|Standard Rate||$300 / night||$300 / night||$1500 / week||$4000 / month||2 nights||N/A|
|Spring Rate (March 1 - May 28)Mar 01 2017 - May 28 2017||$200 / night||$225 / night||$1000 / week||$3000 / month||1 night||N/A|
|Holiday Rate (Dec 22-27)Dec 22 2017 - Dec 27 2017||$375 / night||$375 / night||N/A||N/A||5 nights||N/A|
|Winter (Dec 17- March 1)Jan 01 2018 - Feb 28 2018||$300 / night||$300 / night||$1500 / week||$4000 / month||2 nights||N/A|
|Spring Rate (March 1 to May 27)Mar 01 2018 - May 27 2018||$200 / night||$250 / night||$1000 / week||$3000 / month||N/A||N/A|
|Fall Rates (Oct 1 - Dec 16)Oct 01 2018 - Dec 16 2018||$250 / night||$250 / night||$1500 / week||N/A||1 night||N/A|
|Winter Rate (Dec 17 - March 1)Dec 17 2018 - Dec 21 2018||$300 / night||$300 / night||$1500 / week||$4000 / month||2 nights||N/A|
|Holiday Rate (Dec 22-27)Dec 22 2018 - Dec 27 2018||$375 / night||$375 / night||N/A||N/A||5 nights||N/A|
|Winter Rate (Dec 17 - March 1)Dec 28 2018 - Mar 01 2019||$300 / night||$300 / night||$1500 / week||$4000 / month||2 nights||N/A|
|Spring March 2 - May 27Mar 02 2019 - May 27 2019||$200 / night||$250 / night||$1000 / week||$3000 / month||N/A||N/A|
|Fall (Oct 1- Dec 16)Oct 01 2019 - Dec 16 2019||$250 / night||$250 / night||$1500 / week||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Winter Rate (Dec 17 - March 1)Dec 17 2019 - Dec 21 2019||$300 / night||$300 / night||$1500 / week||$4000 / month||2 nights||N/A|
|Holiday Rate (December 22 - 27)Dec 22 2019 - Dec 27 2019||$375 / night||$375 / night||N/A||N/A||5 nights||N/A|
|Winter Rate (Dec 17 - March 1)Dec 28 2019 - Mar 01 2020||$300 / night||$1500 / night||N/A||$4000 / month||2 nights||N/A|
|Spring Rate (March 2 - May 27)Mar 02 2020 - May 27 2020||$200 / night||$250 / night||$1000 / week||$3000 / month||N/A||N/A|
Specific Rate Details
Spring Rate (March 1 - May 28)
Weekday $200, Weekend $250, Weekly rate of $1000, Monthly $3000
Fall (Oct 1- Dec 16)
Weekday $250, Weekend $250, Weekly rate of $1500
Holiday Rate (Dec 22-27) - 5 night minimum
Winter Rate (Dec 17- March 1) - 2 night minimum
Weekday $200, Weekend $300, Weekly rate of $1500, Monthly $4000