Whether you are drawn by the brilliant wildflowers of summer or the new powder of winter, Shrine Mountain Inn offers backcountry adventure and solitude for all. Each day holds something new for everyone. Take time to watch the sunrise from the deck, hike the ridge above Shrine Pass, mountain bike to the old mining town of Redcliff, carve some tracks into freshly fallen snow, sit back, relax, and read a good book next to a crackling fire, or bask in the evening alpenglow. The choices are endless.
Construction of the Cabins
Construction of Jay’s Cabin began in the summer of 1987 and the ground was broken for Chuck’s Cabin the following year. The newest of the three, Walter’s Cabin, was built in 1997. All cabins were constructed from logs timbered near Eagle in the Brush Creek area and from the flattops north of Glenwood Springs.