The Ute

The Ute people are the oldest residents of Utah. The language of the Utes is Shoshonean, a dialect of the Uto-Aztecan language. The Utes settled around the lake areas of Utah, including Bear Lake. The Ute people lived in harmony with their environment. They traveled throughout Ute territory on familiar trails that crisscrossed the mountain ranges. They came to know not only the terrain but the plants and animals that inhabited the land. The Utes developed a unique relationship with the environment learning to give and take from the earth.

Sleeps: 12

The Ute is the only yurt that has a steep incline to reach the door. If you have guests in your party that have difficulty walking, please book any of the other yurts, which have easier access.

Amenities:

Complete Kitchen includes dishes, pots and pans, utensils, toaster, coffee maker and filters, kettle, baking dishes, measuring cups, grater, can opener, wine opener, knives, cutting boards, etc.
Full Bathroom with 2 separate private toilets and large walk in shower
Full sized Washer and Dryer
Kids play loft/extra sleeping area
55 inch HD 4K TV
Electric Fireplace
Wifi Internet
linens and towels provided (beach towels not provided)
Two large private bedrooms one with a king bed and double bunk bed and the other with a queen bed and double bunk bed (total per bedroom can sleep 6)
Living/Dining room
Gathering platform above yurts is for all guests to enjoy unmatched views of the Bear Lake Valley. 2 BBQ grills, fire cauldron (bring your own wood), tetherball, corn hole, and volleyball are also available for guests.
Dogs are welcome for a $25/night fee per dog.

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