Welcome to Shrine Mountain Inn
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 visitors. 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.
Shrine Mountain Inn sits high atop Vail Pass, nestled among the pines. At an elevation of 11,209 feet it offers spectacular views in every direction. Located far enough from paved roads to provide visitors with a memorable "backcountry experience," the cabins of Shrine Mountain Inn still provide easy year round access. An ideal first hut trip or weekend getaway, these cabins are located 2.7 miles from Interstate 70, Vail Pass by trail, and 2.5 miles by road during July, August, September, and October.
A member of the Tenth Mountain Division Hut Association, Shrine Mountain Inn is comprised of three rustic log cabins with a modern feel - Jay’s, Chuck’s, and Walter’s. Each cabin has its own unique layout and style, and comfortably sleeps 12 people. All have excellent views of the Gore Range, the Ten Mile Range and Shrine Peak.