The Space The Silver Fox Yurt will be the hub for your recreation travel agenda- be it summer or winter! The yurt sits on 40 acres of private forest, immediately adjacent to IDL/state lands and USFS federal lands that are the jumping off point to central-Idaho's backcountry. Recently, we've kept an eye towards long-term health of the property and reduced risk of fire by removing most of the stressed white fir and thinning other areas of crowded timber.
WINTER ACCESS: In the winter, it's a 45min to 1 hr minute walk on snowshoes or skis- there is no passenger vehicle access. SKIING: If you're skiing, you'll have the option of a short walk to north slopes draining into Jug Creek or a bit more of a jaunt up to the ridge of Jughandle Mountain for mild-to-moderate west-facing terrain. Other expert-only backcountry ski terrain faces north and east off the same ridge. SNOWSHOEING: You'll have access to miles of logging roads and other backcountry travel terrain, ranging from mild to steep- all waiting at the bottom of the stairs of The Silver Fox Yurt.
SUMMER ACCESS: With an AWD vehicle with moderate clearance, you'll be able to park within yards of the yurt for easy load-in/load-out of gear, coolers and other personal items. Our cute little outhouse is located 50-60 yds away. Low-clearance vehicles will need to park approximately 1/3 mile away. Accommodations: Four single bunk beds are provided with thick, comfy REI pads. Please bring a sleeping bag and pillowcase. We also encourage guests to bring some drinking water with them; we provide water for dishes and the sunshower!
Staying at Silver Fox Yurt
Silver Fox Yurt - Where the Mountains Meet the Moon