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Colorado Cabin Rentals

Want to rent a cabin in Colorado, but don't know where to start looking? Well, here are some great cabin rental companies that will help you find the perfect Colorado cabin for your getaway.

Rocky Mountain Getaways can be found through calling the helpful staff at Hideout Cabins (866-611-65114). With their selection of 2-3 bedroom cabins, many of which are pet friendly, you will be able to find the perfect place to connect with nature and explore the sights and sounds of the majestic Colorado landscape.

The Eagle’s Rest in Leadville is a 3 bedroom, 3 ˝ bath, cedar log home that can sleep 10+. The fully furnished lodge has a wrap-around porch and a 2 car garage. You will be able to enjoy a number of area activities and attractions-hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding- with little or no travel time. If it is skiing you want, then staying at the Eagles Rest is perfect as you are only 20 minutes to Copper, 35 minutes from Copper Mountain, 60 minutes to Vail and 90 minutes to Loveland.

At Quiet Pines vacation rentals (1-866-513-4500) you can find exactly what you are looking for. They offer a variety of options and have properties in Keystone, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Dillon, Frisco and Copper Mountain.

At Colorado Mountain Cabin Rentals (719-539-4057) you will find completely furnished family sized cabins that are conveniently located Garfield/Monarch and Salida, Colorado. The cabins have wonderful views of the mountains and are surrounded by the Sa Isabel National Forest. Should you wish to hit the slopes, you are but 4 miles from the Monarch Ski and Snowboard area, or, you may choose to relax at the Salida Hot Springs Pool or Mount Princeton Hot Springs. During the summer, you can book a whitewater adventure with Independent Whitewater Rafting, go hiking, biking, mountain climbing, horseback riding or fishing. For old west fun, visit the mining areas in Garfield/Monarch where you can try your hand at mining in the “Ghost Towns”. Also nearby is the Salida Golf Course where you practice your swing.