Off-grid experience (solar-powered and rainwater fed) for hikers, skiers or relaxers. This unique Finnish-inspired cabin has stunning views at all hours of the day and rich wildlife as well as Nature experiences in every direction.
Steps away from the back entrance to the new Castle Provincial Park, and adjacent to thousands of acres of beautiful and accessible crown and park land. Many surrounding peaks from which to choose for the hikers and bikers, and two hills 40 minutes away for skiers.
The cabin is situated on 480 acres of land on which there are no other houses, and adjacent to publicly-accessible land that spans thousands of acres. There is wildlife of all kinds and beautiful views right into British-Columbia and Montana.
This is off-grid but there IS cell phone service :)
DISCLAIMER: please be advised that the cabin situated adjacent to Park and Crown land and wildlife of all sizes frequents the area. We advise that you be bear-aware, proceed with knowledge and carry spray while walking on the property.Step out the door straight into hiking, mountain-biking, cross or back-country skiing. Also, steps away from big expanses of accessible public land, 5-minute drive from Beaver Mines, 45 minutes from Waterton Lakes Federal Park, 20 minutes from Pincher Creek, 30 minutes from Crowsnest Pass, 30 minutes from Castle Mountain Resort.
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