The Meadows Tent is located at 11,200 ft. in Richmond Basin off the Imogene Pass jeep trail between Ouray and Telluride, Colorado. Situated in a gorgeous meadow, the 16x24 tent is pitched on a deck May through October and outfitted with bunks, a table, LED lanterns which can also charge devices, chairs and a wood burning stove. Bring your own bedding. Hike, bike or off road ready, high clearance 4WD in from Camp Bird. We charge $60/person/night, $25/dog/stay and chef/owner caters breakfast and dinner at your convenience. All dietary needs can be accommodated.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Imogene Pass Catered Glamping
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Most people don't camp at 11,000 feet for comfort, but at Richmond Basin, you get the best of both worlds. A tent that can sleep 8 with a wood stove to keep you warm once the sun sets, catered meals delivered right to the tent, and endless trails to wander around no matter what the season. This place has all the comforts of home, and all the views you could ever dream up. Situated in the Richmond Basin next to the famed Imogen Pass, you have easy access to the Richmond Trail and as many saddles and peaks as your heart desires. Nothing beats a warm meal at the end of a day exploring where not many others have. Accessible by high clearance experienced 4x4, or by simply hiking, Richmond Basin Retreat is everything you've ever wanted at 11,000 feet, and more.
How do you put a magical place into words? Almost impossible. You feel like you've stepped into a private piece of heaven at Eric and Susie's beautiful site.
The landscape is stunning: from Mount Hayden looming over you to the left, to the babbling creek that turns into a stumbling waterfall, to the plethora of trails: backcountry roads, scrambling, bouldering, hiking trails, game trails - it's heaven.
And that's before Eric's incredible cooking fills you up morning and night, with Susie's hospitality and kindness in keeping the outfitter's tent spotless while you're out hiking.
We felt like camping royalty being there, and cannot wait to return.
Thank you, Eric and Susie, for a truly memorable weekend.
P.S. For those driving, be sure to pay attention to the 4x4 high-clearance note. It's not a joke. We got up with a Jeep Grand Cherokee, but it's pretty torn up on the bottom. There are shelves that get to be 2-3 feet high that you can't avoid (we tried). Take a good look at your vehicle then compare it to Colorado West Jeep's pictures. We like to push the limits in our vehicles, but we made a mistake on this one for sure. Thanks to Eric for rescuing us :)