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Cabins

Large Cabins
Ski in to this private cozy cabin on The Red Mountain Village property. An affordable and convenient chalet perfect for a small family or group of friends. These cabins have one main room with a bunk bed, pull out couch, small table, and kitchenette as well as a bedroom with a queen size bed. This cabin sleeps up to 6 people.

Small Cabins
Ski in to this cozy one room cabin with two queen beds, small table, and a kitchenette, sleeping up to 4 people. One of the few cozy cabins at the base of Red Mountain, it’s every true skiers humble abode.

A Frame Cabins
Ski in to your own private, rustic A-frame cabin with great views of the surrounding mountains. The trademark chalet of the Red Mountain ski area nestled in a blanket of snow all winter long. These units have one bedroom on the main floor and two bedrooms up stairs, sleeping up to six people in three double beds.


AMENITIES

  • Individual private cabins with outside parking,
  • Kitchenette (two burner stove, small fridge, microwave,
  • NO oven) coffee pot, toaster, dishes etc.
  • wax room,
  • No Hot Tubs available in any
  • of the cabins,
  • Ski In, walk to the lifts

  • LARGE CABINS
  • One bedroom cabin with separate living/dining/kitchenette
  • (two burner stove, small fridge, microwave,
  • NO oven) coffee pot, toaster, dishes etc.
  • One bathroom, Full Cable TV
  • Ski In, walk to the lifts
  • Sleeps family of 6 or 4 adults
  • Bedroom 1 Queen bed
  • Living area Bunk (Single over Single) and Double hide-a-bed

  • A FRAMES
  • Two bedroom cabin with loft.
  • Separate living/dining/kitchenette
  • (two burner stove, small fridge, microwave,
  • NO oven) coffee pot, toaster, dishes etc.
  • One bathroom, Full Cable TV
  • Ski In, walk to the lifts
  • Large Cabins
  • Small Cabins
  • A-Frame Cabins
  • Bedroom
  • Kitchen/Living Area

Reviews

  1. Gabriella Bergsten

    January 5, 2016 at 9:15 pm

    Hi,

    We just stayed in cabin 28 and tried to email Val at the address she gave, but the email didn’t work. Would this be the best way to get in contact with her? I have just a few more questions.

    Thanks!

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