The Montgomery Pass Yurts are located about halfway up the west side of Montgomery Pass, which opens up a whole new area to explore for intermediate and advanced skiers. Hikers and mountain bikers will also enjoy the access to the Medicine Bow Peaks - just 3 miles to Montgomery Pass from the yurts! The two yurts share a large clearing, but are separated by a stand of trees. Although each yurt is rented individually, it's a great site for larger groups - or a chance to meet new folks!

Please check the weather and road conditions on the resources page for the most up to date information before your stay.

Pets are permitted at all Never Summer Yurts only from June-September.

Lower Montgomery Pass Yurt

This yurt features breathtaking views of the Medicine Bow and the Never Summer mountain ranges from the front deck. Diamond Peak, Nokhu Crags, Mt. Richtoffen and Seven Utes form the backdrop for your skiing, mountain biking or hiking adventure.

Upper Montgomery Pass Yurt

Upper Montgomery Pass YurtSunset over the Zirkels with the Medicine Bow mountains at your elbow - what a way to end the day! Clark Peak is so close you can almost touch it, and the North Park Basin stretches out far below you. There is challenging ski terrain in all directions, and the bike ride back down is a fun one!!

Winter Trips at the Montgomery Pass Yurts

Winter Access: 2.8 miles
Winter Trailhead: Jackson County Road 41 - 5 miles from the main park entrance on the right side of CR 41 at the sign for the Bockman Campground Road.

Elevation: 9,600'
Elevation Gain/Loss: +853'/-193'
Difficulty: Intermediate
Avalanche Danger: None


Use Levels: Upper trail to yurt mainly used by yurt customers; Heavy weekend snowmobile use on the Bockman Road.
Summer Trips at the Montgomery Pass Yurts

Summer Access: 4WD Vehicle access or 1.1 mile hike from 2WD access Summer Trailhead: Jackson County Road 41 - 4.5 miles from the main park entrance on right side of CR 41.

GPS Coordinates Upper Pass Yurt: 40 33'20.29"N; 105 57'00.88"W GPS Coordinates Lower Pass Yurt: 40 33'18.81"N; 105 57'01.19"W

Elevation: 9,600' Difficulty: Novice; The 4WD road above the yurts is very steep and difficult.

Summer Trail Use: 4WD Vehicles (high clearance), Hike, Horse, Bike Trail Use Levels: Heavy weekend use