7 Castles Ranch now have two 16’ Riverfront Tipis for the ultimate Glamping experience. With comfortable beds all outfitted with top of the line linens, each River Tipi can comfortably accommodate two guests at a time.
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If you’re in Colorado – anywhere in Colorado – there’s a hike right outside your door. Of course, the Rocky Mountains present endless options, from lazy trails to bushwhacking climbs up a cliffside. 7 Castles Ranch property backs up to the White River National Forest and we have several trails mapped out your front door. There are 139 moderate trails in White River National Forest ranging from 0.6 to 36.1 miles and from 5,892 to 13,645 feet above sea level. Along the Frying Pan, some of the absolute best trails to try in the area are Seven Castles Creek, Rocky Fork, Arbaney Kittle, Savage Lake, Sawyer Lake, and Mushroom Rock.
Activities can be arranged after booking by contacting the Ranch Manager.
Chris is a knowledgeable outdoor guide and is available on-site for all your needs during your stay at the ranch.Contact Chris
Our cleaning staff comes well trained in COVID-19 cleaning protocols. Following our enhanced COVID-19 cleaning routine, all staff wash their hands immediately upon arrival and wear gloves and masks the entire time on site. The cleaning staff at 7 Castles Ranch disinfects frequently touched surfaces and objects using a product from EPA’s list of approved products that are effective against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 disease.
After each stay, our professional cleaning staff utilize a two-step approach for cleaning high-touch surfaces: we use a detergent or soap and hot water for visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection to kill germs on surfaces after they have dried.
Examples of high-touch surfaces include tables, hard-backed chairs, doorknobs, handrails, light switches, remotes, wardrobe and cabinet handles, counters, toilets, sinks, bedside tables, and kitchen and bathroom surfaces.
Floors, walls, blinds, and other low-touch surfaces are cleaned using hot water and detergent. Mopped and/or wiped down from one end of the surface to the other.
Towels, linens, and other laundry are handled by staff wearing disposable gloves when handling dirty laundry and discarded after each use. All laundry is washed on the warmest setting with the sanitize feature then staff make beds and fold the laundry with a fresh set of disposable gloves to ensure no cross contamination.Click here to keep up to date with Colorado Health and Safety guidelines surrounding COVID-19.