Colorado Reindeer Ranch / Lodging in Coalmont, CO – Buff Pass Getaway
Situated on the edge of the Colorado Reindeer Ranch in Coalmont, CO this 110 year old four bedroom home welcomes you. Accommodations convenient for exploring Buffalo Pass, with incredible views, and access to Zirkel wilderness.
We are a family of 4: Dustin, April, Aspen, and Harley.
We live in the high mountains of Coalmont Colorado on our family ranch. The ranch has been in our family for over 30 years and was passed down from our grandparents.
We are a working cattle ranch and USDA certified reindeer ranch.
What the place offers:
Internet and office
This 4 bedroom private home is available for rent nightly, weekly, or monthly in Coalmont, CO.
The easiest thing to do is checkout our Air BnB listing for the property for the most current availability.
Yes, free parking is included. Please let us know if you need parking for larger vehicles or equipment, we always try to be accomodating.
We are completely rural and all roads on our ranch are dirt, with possible muddy / snowy conditions possible depending on the current season and weather conditions. If you are concerned with road conditions or need assistance, please call us at the number listed above.
The Buff Pass Getaway is located in Coalmont, Colorado at the edge of our ranch. Our address is 6398 CR-24, Coalmont, CO 80430.
Here is a Google Map link of our location.
The Buff Pass Getaway is in Coalmont, just around the corner from many attractions and outdoor activities.
Buffalo Pass is a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado in the United States. The pass crosses the continental divide at an elevation of 11,837 feet above sea level. It is located in the Routt National Forest in northwestern Jackson County, approximately 20 miles west of the town of Walden.
The pass provides a route for both the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and the Colorado Trail across the continental divide. Buffalo Pass is traversed by State Highway 14, which connects the town of Walden with the town of Steamboat Springs to the west.
The pass was used as a route of travel by Native Americans and early explorers. In 1864, the pass was used by John C. Frémont during his expedition to the Green River valley. The pass was also used by Major John Wesley Powell during his exploration of the Colorado River in 1869.
Buffalo Pass Trail is a hiking trail located in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado in the United States. The trailhead is located west of the town of Steamboat Springs in Routt County. The trail is 8.5 miles (13.7 km) long and ends at Buffalo Pass, which is the divide between the watersheds of the Yampa River and the North Platte River.
The trail is moderate to difficult, with an elevation gain of 2,800 feet (850 m). The trail is open to hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers from June to October.
There are several trailheads that access the Buffalo Pass Trail, including the Buff Pass Trailhead, the Seedhouse Road Trailhead, and the Buffalo Pass Nordic Trailhead.
Steamboat Springs is a resort town in the northwestern United States, in Routt County, Colorado. It is located in the Rocky Mountains, west of the Continental Divide. The population was 12,088 at the 2010 census. The town is an internationally known winter resort destination, famous for its ski area, hot springs, and cowboy culture. It is a popular summer resort destination for boating, golfing, and mountain biking.
Fish Creek Falls Trail is a hiking trail located in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness of the Rocky Mountains in the northwestern United States. The trailhead is located west of the town of Steamboat Springs in Routt County, Colorado. The trail is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) long and ends at Fish Creek Falls, a waterfalls that is over 300 feet (91 m) tall.
The trail is moderate to difficult, with an elevation gain of 1,500 feet (460 m). The trail is open to hikers from June to October.
Uranium Mine Trail is a hiking trail located in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness of the Rocky Mountains in the northwestern United States. The trailhead is located west of the town of Steamboat Springs in Routt County, Colorado. The trail is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) long and ends at an abandoned uranium mine.