The 10 Coolest Adventure Lodges in North America

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Mulberry Gap Lodge, Ellijay, Georgia

Nestled in Ellijay, Georgia, Mulberry Gap Lodge caters specifically to mountain bikers seeking thrills along the Bear Creek Trail.

The Gravel House Hotel, Patagonia, Arizona

Designed for cyclists and adventurers, The Gravel House Hotel in Patagonia, Arizona, offers a blend of comfort and accessibility. 

Sol Mountain Lodge, Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada

Located in the Monashee Mountains, Sol Mountain Lodge offers off-grid serenity with access to extensive backcountry trails.

Paradise Lodge, Rogue River, Oregon

Paradise Lodge, situated deep within the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, offers a secluded escape accessible only by rafting, jet boating, or hiking. 

Gunflint Lodge, Grand Marais, Minnesota

On the shores of Gunflint Lake, Gunflint Lodge provides a gateway to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. 

Red Mountain Alpine Lodge, Red Mountain Pass, Colorado

Perched at 11,000 feet in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, Red Mountain Alpine Lodge offers breathtaking views and immediate access to backcountry skiing and high-alpine hiking.

Johnstone Wilderness Lodge, Seward, Alaska

Accessible only by air or sea, Johnstone Wilderness Lodge in Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula offers a remote haven surrounded by glaciers and pristine beaches.

Field Station, Moab, Utah

Located at the doorstep of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Field Station in Moab is a hub for desert explorers. 

Surfhouse, Encinitas, California

In the heart of Southern California’s surf scene, Surfhouse in Encinitas offers beachside accommodations tailored for surf enthusiasts.

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