Retreat to the land of the Ute Indians and stay in a traditional homestead surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and rolling meadows of Colorado. True to its history and blissfully serene, Smith Fork provides a winning combination of unspoilt wilderness, old fashioned Western hospitality, and the sophisticated wine and cuisine for which Colorado has become known.
Smith Fork lies halfway between the cosmopolitan towns of Aspen and Telluride, straddling the Smith Fork River Valley in Colorado's Western Slope region, surrounded by the Gunnison National Forest. Accommodation comprises authentic log cabins. Though some-might-say humble in appearance, the cosy mountain lodges envelop you in homely comfort in the form of plush furnishings, wood burning fire places, original artwork, slate tiled bathrooms, handmade soaps and organic lotions, feather beds with fine linens, and hot tubs. The undulating landscape is teeming with wildlife and offers superb hiking, while activities on the ranch are vast in choice and enough to keep everyone busy for the duration of your stay. Venture off property for local galleries, workshops, organic farms and excellent wineries. Smith Fork has a great reputation for its wine collection and serves healthy, hearty cuisine that really showcases the abundance of local ingredients. Guests are welcome to assist with harvesting organic fruit and vegetables from the garden in order for the chefs to cook up a storm; and the dining settings will be equally creative; you might find yourself having hors d'oeuvres and wine on the mountain top, enjoying drinks on the pavilion deck as the sun sets over Needle Rock, or hunkering down by the fire at historic Old Elk Lodge.
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