7 Jaw Dropping Places People Have Built Pacific Yurts
It’s no secret that we adore our customers.
The beautiful things our friends do with their Pacific Yurts often inspire us, but in particular, we are awed at some of the gorgeous settings they choose for them.
Many of our potential customers ask us where they can have a yurt and what locations are ideal. This is why we’re sharing some picturesque places with you.
We hope you are just as inspired as we are!
Rocky Mountain Foothills, Bellvue, Colorado
This hidden gem is beautifully camouflaged into the natural setting of trees and mountain slopes near Bellvue, Colorado. Bellvue is a small community in Pleasant Valley, within the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, which fills the field of view around the yurt. As beautiful as this scene looks in autumn, with the colors bursting in every direction, we can just imagine that the other seasons each have their own beauty to behold through the year.
WYA Point Resort, British Columbia
These luxury yurts are positioned along the shoreline in WYA Point Resort, which is located at the top of the Ucluelet Peninsula, on the far western shore of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The waterfront Pacific Yurts at this stunning resort sit on private beaches surrounded by hundreds of acres of old growth forests. The air alone, with its mix of salty sea and lush greenery would be reason enough to step out the front door each morning, but the resort also offers surfing lessons, whale watching, and fishing charters to keep the adventures going throughout your stay.
Cypress Valley Canopy Tours
Amidst a natural canopy playground high in the air, the luxury Lofthaven yurt at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours in Spicewood, Texas, is an absolute must-see. A visit here gets you high into the treetops for zipline adventures and overnights in treehouses, one of which is positioned around the tree, with the tree growing right up through it!
Powder Mountain, Utah
Winter adventures pair nicely with winter coziness, which is just what is evoked in this image of a yurt nestled on the slopes of Powder Mountain in Utah. Powder Mountain, as you might have expected given the name, is the location of a ski resort. But it is not just any resort. This world-famous ski resort has more acres to ski than any other resort in the U.S. We think our yurt looks perfect here.
Desert Yurts in Borrego Palm Canyon
Borrego Palm Canyon Campground in California’s Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is home to these desert yurts, which are used for overnight learning adventures focused on activities like desert photography, astronomy, and more. The Anza-Borrego is the largest state park in California and its name is a combination of names: Anza for the Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and Borrego, which is the Spanish name for bighorn sheep.
Orca Island Cabins in Alaska
Orca Island is a private island in Resurrection Bay, near Seward, Alaska. You can’t drive to this experience; you are taken by boat from Seward. From the decks of these Pacific Yurts, you can whale watch, fish, or launch a kayak adventure. You can also just sit and watch the surrounding Alaskan wildlife in their natural habitat.
Treebones Resort in Big Sur, California
The Pacific Yurts at Treebones Resort are nestled on the cliffs over Big Sur, the stunning and rugged California coastline known for its pristine and undeveloped goodness. From these cliffs, explorers can hike down the terrain to the beaches to play, surf, fish, boat, or whale watch. The sights and sounds from this amazing setting are never forgotten.
For more inspiration from Pacific Yurts, click over to our incredible gallery of yurt photos online. You can see more of our yurt customers’ ideas for settings, as well as hundreds of ideas for interior yurt design.