Taylor River Lodge

92 Editor Rating
Scale of 90-100

This high-end fly-fishing camp is set on an eight-acre estate a 35-minute drive from the town of Crested Butte. The six one-bedroom log cabins, each of which is named after a trout fly, are decorated with Moroccan rugs, fluffy down comforters, block-printed pillows, antler-framed mirrors and a headboard upholstered with a kilim rug. There are also two large homes, each comprising two suites, bunkrooms, kitchens and fireplaces. All rooms come with lanterns to walk to and from dinner at night but lack phones and TVs. The atmospheric central lounge furnished with leather couches and hickory chairs houses a convivial horseshoe-shaped bar, and the indoor-outdoor restaurant offers multicourse menus that showcase regionally sourced ingredients. The property also has a bathhouse with a saltwater pool and hot tub, a fitness and spa facility, a game cabin, a casting pond stocked with rainbow trout and a mile of semiprivate river for fishing just steps from the cabins. Other activities include guided hikes, archery, rock climbing and float trips on the nearby Gunnison River. This retreat is seasonally open from late May through mid-October.

Taylor River Lodge Features:

  • Children welcome
  • Fitness center
  • Fly fishing
  • Hot tub
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Spa

Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):

Lowest Rate: Parachute Adams, $1,770; Editor’s Choice: Pale Morning Dun, $1,880.

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