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A Variety of Options from Rustic to Regal

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A stay in Ridgway provides great memories in unique settings including wilderness getaways, deluxe spa suites, and family-friendly lodging. Bed and breakfasts, hotels, resorts, RV campgrounds, short-term rentals, tent camping, cabins, ranches, mountain huts, tiny houses, tipis, and yurts are all among our local options. Whether you are traveling with family, friends, or for business, the Ridgway area offers comfortable overnight stays in one of the most peaceful spots in the state. From romantic weekends to family vacations, our innkeepers and camp hosts are ready to welcome you.

“I believe Dolly Parton described the true Ridgway dweller’s philosophy best when she said, ‘Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life.’”
Chris, MTN Ridgway Lodge - Million Roadhouse

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Chipeta Lodge

Located in the heart of the Southern Colorado San Juan Mountains, Chipeta Lodge provides the perfect Rocky Mountain g...

How to Enjoy Ridgway Like a Local

Residents and businesses take great pride in our community and surrounding open spaces. We invite visitors to consider ways to minimize impacts and maximize local benefits. Traveling responsibly means educating yourself on outdoor recreation best practices, local ethics and community expectations.
  • Know Before You Go
    Be prepared and be informed about your destination.
  • Stick to the Trails
    Protect our natural land￾scapes by staying on the trails and roads.
  • Trash the Trash
    If you pack it in, pack it out.
  • Leave It as You Find It
    Camp in designated areas only.
  • Be Careful with Fire
    Follow seasonal restrictions, and keep campfires small and manageable.
  • Keep Wildlife Wild
    Leash your dogs, pack out waste, and don’t feed wildlife.
  • Share Our Parks & Trails
    Try out the lesser-known paths and sites, and minimize noise.

Be Prepared for Adventure

The San Juan Mountains are a rugged, steep mountain range rising to just over 14,000 feet. These beautiful public lands offer adventures year round. If you are interested in exploring the San Juans, be prepared for challenging terrain that sometimes requires technical expertise and knowledge of the area.

Come prepared by doing research online to find maps, rules and helpful guidance from public agencies and user-generated websites. Utilize local expertise when you get into town by stopping in at our local gear stores. We highly recommend working with our local guide services that employ experts who can help you achieve your goals for world-class recreation. You can also take a course in: backcountry skiing, avalanche safety, rock climbing, ice climbing, and other valuable outdoor skills.

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