• Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1.0
  • Pets: Not Allowed
  • Check-in: After 3:00 pm
  • Check-out: Before 10:00 am
Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.0
Pets: Not Allowed
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check-out: Before 10:00 am
OBO Amenities: Access to Pursuits (On Site), Grill, Outdoor Living Area, Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile
Everyday Living: 24 Hour Check-In, CO2 Detector, Coffee Maker, First Aid Kit, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Smoke Alarm, Towels, Wifi
Grant, Colorado

Hygge Chalet

Recharge amidst the serenity of the Hygge Chalet, a sustainable A-frame nestled in 3.5 wooded acres at 9000 ft in the Rocky Mountains. Inspired by the Danish concept of hygge, this eco-friendly retreat offers an outdoor Finnish steam sauna, two decks with stunning views, and a cozy vibe enhanced by a Norwegian gas fireplace. Recognized as a top 10 Colorado Airbnb, the chalet features luxe beds, a private trail into the National Forest, and proximity to various outdoor activities. With a curated blend of Scandinavian design, the home provides a tranquil escape for exploration, game-playing, hammock lounging, and memory-making. Strict fire regulations apply, and winter visits require AWD or 4X4. Internet is via a Verizon LTE hotspot, encouraging unplugging, and the elevation at 9,000 feet may require acclimation. This intentional retreat promises a rejuvenating experience, encouraging guests to unwind and connect with nature.

Outdoor Access

Grant, Colorado, is surrounded by several notable mountain ranges, including the Front
Range to the east and the Sawatch Range to the west. These mountain ranges offer
stunning vistas and ample outdoor recreational opportunities for visitors to explore.
In the vicinity of Grant, there are several rivers and lakes that provide opportunities for
fishing, boating, and other water-based activities. One prominent river is the South
Platte River, known for its excellent trout fishing, particularly for brown and rainbow
trout. Additionally, nearby lakes such as Jefferson Lake and Dillon Reservoir also offer
opportunities for boating, fishing, and scenic relaxation.
Popular hiking trails near Grant include the St. Mary's Glacier Trail, which leads to a
stunning glacier and offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Another
notable trail is the Geneva Creek Trail, known for its wildflowers and scenic beauty as it
winds through the Geneva Creek Valley.
Mountain Biking
In addition, Grant offers a diverse and exhilarating mountain biking experience for riders
of all skill levels, from novice to expert. Novice riders can explore scenic beginner-
friendly trails such as the (6 mile) Geneva Creek Trail, which winds gently through the
Geneva Creek Valley. For intermediate riders looking to challenge themselves, the
Buffalo Creek Trail System provides a network of single-track trails with varying levels of
difficulty, featuring big descents, technical features, and forested terrain. The Buffalo
Creek Trail System offers a variety of trails with distances ranging from a few miles to
over 20 miles. Specific trail lengths vary depending on the route chosen, but riders can
expect to find trails suitable for intermediate riders ranging from 5 to 15 miles in length.
Expert riders seeking an adrenaline-pumping experience can tackle the Colorado Trail,
which traverses the high alpine landscapes of the surrounding mountains, offering
thrilling descents, challenging climbs, and breathtaking vistas. The Colorado Trail is a
long-distance trail spanning approximately 500 miles through the Colorado Rockies. In
the vicinity of Grant, riders can access segments of the trail that range from shorter day
rides to longer multi-day adventures. Distances for individual segments vary, but riders
can expect to find options ranging from a few miles to over 20 miles, depending on their
chosen route and starting point.
For fishing enthusiasts, prime fishing access can be found along the South Platte River,
particularly in areas near Grant and downstream towards Deckers. The river is
renowned for its abundance of trout and offers both wading and access points for fly
fishing. Mentioned earlier, nearby lakes and reservoirs provide opportunities for fishing
from shore or by boat, with species such as trout, pike, and Kokanee Salmon available

for anglers to pursue. Kokanee salmon are a unique species of salmon that are native
to the Pacific Northwest and parts of western North America, including Colorado. They
are known for their vibrant red coloration, particularly during the spawning season, and
their landlocked habitat in freshwater lakes and reservoirs.

One of the unique aspects of kokanee salmon is their life cycle. Unlike their ocean-
dwelling relatives, kokanee salmon spend their entire lives in freshwater environments.
They spawn in streams and rivers, typically in the late summer or early fall, before
returning to deeper waters in lakes or reservoirs. This landlocked life cycle distinguishes
kokanee salmon from other salmon species. Great fighters and excellent table fare,
biologically speaking, Kokanee salmon are also a beautiful, evolutionary wonder.


OBO Amenities

Access to Pursuits (On Site) Access to Pursuits (On Site)
Grill Grill
Outdoor Living Area Outdoor Living Area
Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile


24 Hour Check-In, CO2 Detector, Coffee Maker, First Aid Kit, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Smoke Alarm, Towels, Wifi

Things to Do

  • boating
  • Brown Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout
  • Fishing
  • Fly Fishing
  • Freestone River
  • Hiking
  • Hiking Trails
  • Kayaking
  • Kokanee Salmon

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