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WHAT IS INCLUDED WITH MY STAY?

Every room comes with the option of flannel sheet by LL Bean, or Parachute Home linen sheets depending of your preference, two pillows per person, down comforter and extra blankets (non down options available for those that might be allergic), a closet for your gear, many plugs for all your electrical equipment (USB ports), a set of towels, bathrobe to relax in or take to the hot tub, a set of Oofos slides to wear around for recovery, shampoo/conditioner & body wash by Aveda, lots of lotion for that dry air, hair dryers, replacement tooth brushes and other basics available if you forget anything.

Guests will have access to the entire first floor which includes the kitchen, pantry, dinning table, couches to relax, many books to read, music, two large decks, and a hot tub, and a large garage to store bikes and other gear. There is a BBQ grill for dinners, and an outdoor fire pits for campfires and evening relaxing. There are plenty of board games, hammocks for relaxing, there is also Arkansas River access for fishing (permit needed) and soaking.

Breakfast Included: Each morning guest will be provided many breakfast options. Most options can be found in the refrigerator or on the counter area around the refrigerator. This is a self service and self create from the variety of options available daily.

  • Eggs, toast from a local bakery, oatmeal (steel cut oats), yogurt, fresh fruit, bacon, coffee, juice, tea, waffles or pancake. Special requests can be done.

  • If you are getting up early to summit a 14er. Breakfast will be offered from 6-9am.

  • Guest will have access to store their food and use the kitchen the rest of the day for their lunch and dinners.

  • There is plenty of room to store your food and refrigerated foods.

Additional Meals: For an extra charge we can prepare your workout snacks, or lunches so all you have to do it get yourself ready for early morning (or not so early) departures and pick it up and go…..


WHAT'S FOR BREAKFAST?

Breakfast Included: Each morning guest will be provided many breakfast options. Most options can be found in the refrigerator or on the counter area around the refrigerator. This is a self service and self create from the variety of options available daily.

  • Gluten Free, vegan and vegetarian options are available please just let us know.

  • Eggs, toast from a local bakery, oatmeal (steel cut oats), yogurt, fresh fruit, bacon, coffee, juice, tea, waffles or pancake. Special requests can be done.

  • If you are getting up early to summit a 14er. Breakfast will be offered from 6-9am.

  • Guest will have access to store their food and use the kitchen the rest of the day for their lunch and dinners.

  • There is plenty of room to store your food and refrigerated foods.


WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE COST?

You are responsible for lunch, dinner and snacks unless you arrange this will us. Arrangements for other meals or snacks can be done the day before or weeks before you arrive.

We do provide all the linens, extra blankets and pillows, towels for showering and the hot tub, a robe, shampoo, conditioner, soap, some basic toiletries if you forget something, a place to store your food (pantry space & refrigeration space), relaxing places to hang, reading material if needed, basic maps of the area, lots of advice and of course anything to make your trip more enjoyable.


WHAT OTHER SEVICES DOES CAMP ELEVATION PROVIDE?

We can provide the following other service for a fee.

  • We can arrange for activities from local guides, rafting trips, ATV Tours, Fishing guides, rental of kayaks and other equipment and have your trip all planned so it is plug and play.

  • We can provide lunch to go, whether you are climbing a 14er or taking the ATV for a spin.

  • We can also provide in house lunch and/or dinner. These meals can be catered by someone local.

  • We can also help with endurance training planning. Are you running the Leadville 100 or Leadville Marathon we can provide you will some training on the route or other similar type runs to help you prepare.

WHAT SHOULD I PACK?

This will also vary by time of year, but packing for multiple weather situations is encouraged. A detailed packing list can be provided before your trip. It’s the mountains so the weather can change quickly.

For the house:

  • slippers/ flip flops the tile floor can be chilly in the morning

  • In the winter the only heat on the main level is a wood stove, so a sweater, or sweat shirt is very nice

  • Because it is the mountains, wind/light rain jacket it key to being prepared.

  • There are lots of cactus so I suggest at least running shoes for walking around the property. You don’t need hiking boots but flip flops are often too thin.


"WHAT IS THERE TO DO IN THE AREA?"

In general there is a lot to do in Chaffee County. Check out our list.

Buena Vista, Colorado:

Meaning “Beautiful View” in Spanish, Buena Vista is located in the Upper Arkansas River Valley. There are numerous things to do in Buena Vista, and it is a mecca for rafting, hiking, fly-fishing and camping. In fact many consider Buena Vista to be the capitol of whitewater rafting in the United States. The Arkansas River offers beginner to advanced rafting adventures in addition to world class fly fishing, kayaking, and more.

Salida, Colorado:

The Colorado mountain town of Salida, 24 miles south of Camp Elevation, sits in the middle of the state, literally in the "Heart of the Rockies," about 2 hours from Colorado Springs and 3 hours from Denver. It is a welcoming Western retreat for everyone, from the solo outdoors adventure seeker to couples yearning for a romantic escape or families who wish to ‘Play and Stay’ in the glorious Rocky Mountains.

Leadville, Colorado:

In the 1890s, everybody who was anybody had been to Leadville, or so the story goes. Leadville is 32 miles from Camp Elevation.  The discovery of gold brought the first miners to this two-mile high city, but it was the discovery of silver that made Leadville the nation's wealthiest city at the time. When Oscar Wilde entertained his audience at the Tabor Opera House, more than 40,000 people lived in Leadville! But those of us who live life elevated think there is no better or more legendary place on earth to be. 


What if I don’t want to cook lunch or dinner what are my options?

WHAT IF I NEED TO CANCEL?

  • Full Refund 30 days prior to stay: Full Refund (minus a 2.9% processing fee each way)

  • Half Refund cancellations within 14 days of stay (minus a 2.9% processing fee each way)

  • NO REFUND within 2 days of stay

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