3 years ago
galinda
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Hard to Reach Hotels
1. Monte Rosa Hütte - A 4-hour climb from the Rotenboden train station via hiking trails in summer, snowshoes or alpine touring skis in winter. (A guide is recommended for the less experienced.) It's worth the climb simply for the stunning views of the Matterhorn. From about $90 a night, section-monte-rosa.ch 2. The road to the Canvas Hotel is, in fact, not a road. The lodge can only be accessed via a mountain-bike trail that winds through Norway’s Telemark county. After days exploring the 60 miles of surrounding bike trails—with terrain for beginner to expert riders—pedal back to the hot tubs on a lakeside deck, followed by cocktail service, wine and locally sourced Scandinavian cuisine. From about $750 for two nights, canvashotel.no 3. Triple B Ranch - South Africa. Guests ride the ranch’s sturdy Boerperd horses across protected habitat. The two-year-old camp is appointed with hot bucket showers and a solar-heated pool, and serves civilized campfire dishes, such as springbok carpaccio and venison stew. From about $290 a night, including meals, ridinginafrica.com 4. Salkantay Lodge - Access Macchu Pichu via an ancient, scenic and far less popular footpath that twists through the Andes for 30 miles. Peruvian cuisine, massages, beds with fluffy comforters, scented herbal pillows and hot water bottles prep guests for the next day’s adventures. From $2,990 a person, including lodging, meals, guides and luggage transport, mountainlodgesofperu.com 5. High Sierra Camp - Where Giant Sequoia National Monument meets Sequoia and King’s Canyon National Parks. You can spend your days exploring the mountainous terrain, or admire nature through the lodge’s 12-foot glass windows. $250 a person per night, including meals, sequoiahighsierracamp.com
2 comments
Number 4 is crazy expensive but it sounds, and looks, amazing!!
3 years ago·Reply
That first photo looks amazing! I would love to spend a week or two up there.
3 years ago·Reply