Buckeye's Cabin islocated 4 miles outside the Town of Leadville on the upper most reaches of theArkansas river headwaters on highway 91 as you head towards Freemont Pass. Itis just at the bottom of Read more...
Buckeye's Cabin islocated 4 miles outside the Town of Leadville on the upper most reaches of theArkansas river headwaters on highway 91 as you head towards Freemont Pass. Itis just at the bottom of the pass at the point where Mt. Elbert, Colorado's highestpeak and Mt Massive come into view. It is part of an old ranch that sits on agold mining claim and is an authentic old, comfy, cozy cabin.
Huge picture windows look out onto Mt. Elbert, Colorado'shighest peak, and the Beaver Ponds of the very upper headwaters of the mightyArkansas River. Sit by the woodstove with glass door and be mesmerized by the cracklingflame. Turn on the satellite TV with surround sound and lose yourself in time.
The reading room is a quiet place to escape on the feintingbench with a good book.
Romantic bedroom with comfy queen bed. A perfect place toend the day.
Sit back in the comfy antique recliner and watch the flamein the woodstove through the glass door, as the aspen leafs flicker in the windoutside the picture windows that look out onto Mt. Elbert, Colorado's highestpeak. The Beaver ponds across the street, teeming with trout, await yourexploration. The sunset colors on the surrounding mountain peaks will amaze youas you sit on the sundrenched deck.
Mining tours, museums, hiking, skiing, 4 wheel drive roads,dog sledding, snowmobiling, train rides, biking, fishing, & ice climbing aresome of your options. Of course reading a good book by the fire rates highlyalso.
Leadville, Colorado is an old western Town full of charm,mountains, scenic lakes, rivers, and wildlife. Great restaurants, bars, andcafé’s await your culinary delight. An old historical mining Town from the late1800’s’ in the midst of Colorado’s highest mountain peaks.