Set amidst acres of wilderness flanked by the picturesque Santa Ynez and San Rafael Mountains, lies glimmering Cachuma Lake. Here you will find practically everything you need for a relaxing getaway in the great outdoors. Mild temperatures, typically sunny skies, and celebrated fishing conditions make camping here during winter months exceptionally rewarding.
Falls Brook Yurts are located in the Vanderwhacker Region of the Adirondacks. Falls Brook is hosted by guides to provide a backcountry experience to those who are avid outdoors people as well as for those who want to give it a try. The hike into Falls Brook is 2/3 of a mile along cascading waterfalls on a well marked, state trail called Stony Pond Trailhead. Hike year round... winter brings lots of snow too!
Each yurt is an unique, circular, insulated abodes offer comfort in the outdoors.
Inside layout offers an open atmosphere & very different from a cabin.
Treebones yurts are spacious and tastefully furnished including: plush queen-sized beds with linens and cozy comforters, a heat source, electric lighting and a hot & cold sink vanity. The yurt floors are polished pine wood with french doors that open to a generous redwood deck with spectacular coastal views. It's "nature with a little nurture". With our unique lodging, you have all the accessibility to nature of a tent with all the comforts of a cabin! You can sleep under the stars - just enjoy them through the sky dome from the comfort of your own bed.
Naha Bay Outdoor Adventures is a small unique Alaskan lodge located remote from the road system at Loring, yet is less than 20 minutes by float plane from Ketchikan International Airport. Overlooking Naha Bay with uninterrupted views across to the Cleveland Peninsula and Prince of Wales Island, we are minutes from world class saltwater fishing and freshwater flyfishing, fabulous sea kayaking, hiking, wildlife viewing and nature photography.
Hawaii is well known as a place of awe-inspiring natural beauty, warm hearted people, and healing energy. The small town of Hana, on the remote east side of the island of Maui, is one of the last truly Hawaiian places. Here people live as they have for generations, in harmony with the 'aina (land), and in the true spirit of aloha.
Gazing upon the majextic beauty of the slopes of Haleakala, watching the ever-changing waters of Hana Bay, inhaling the sweet fragrance of tropical flowers, the lifestyle is slow and easy here. People enjoy luana, which means "to be at leisure, enjoy pleasant surroundings and associates, live in comfort and ease, enjoy oneself, relax, be content."
What is a yurt? An introduction would have been nice
Very informative; but what is a yurt? H5
I've seen photos of beautiful yurts I would definitely live in! High five for a creative post!
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