Silesca Cabin

Olathe, Colorado

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Overview

The historic Silesca Cabin, once used as a Ranger Station, is a semi-rustic dwelling with comfortable modern conveniences like electricity and refrigerator. Located 40 minutes west of the city of Montrose, the cabin is set back 100 feet from the main road, providing easy access with some privacy.

The cabin is accessible in the summer and fall by passenger vehicle, when the road is dry. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended when the road is wet.

Recreation

Hiking, mountain biking, single track dirtbiking, UTV & ATV riding, horseback riding, hunting and wildlife viewing are all available in the vicinity. Silesca Pond is a short walk north of the cabin. Silesca Cabin is located near a limited hunting area for Rocky Mountain Elk, Unit 61. 

Facilities

The rustic cabin accommodates up to six guests.

Amenities include three bedrooms with six twin beds, electricity, refrigerator and a wood stove. Limited cooking utensils, dishes and cleaning supplies are provided. A campfire ring and picnic table are located outside.

No drinking water is available. Items to bring include food, bedding, warm clothing, toilet paper, flashlights, towels, dish soap and toiletries. Click here for more cabin details.

Natural Features

The cabin is perched in a meadow surrounded by spruce and aspen trees at an elevation of 9,200 feet. 

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