Lost Wonder Hut

Lost Wonder Hut

A beautiful backcountry lodge in the Sawatch mountains of Colorado. Hike, bike, ski, or four-wheel into your next adventure.

Location & Amenities

Location and Access The trailhead is on the north side of Highway 50 in the small town of Garfield, which is about twelve miles west of the intersection of highways 285 and 50 in Poncha...

Maps

Maps Crowd-sourced Gaia GPS routes. This link includes GPX tracks from the TH to the hut The alternate route around Mt. Aetna Skin track from LWH to St. Elmo Potential ski lines You can download...

FAQs

What do I do if the trailhead parking is full when I arrive? You can choose to park in the Monarch Lodge parking lot, just across the street from the trailhead. Please check in with...

Contact

Our Contact Jess Lewis Phone: 719.966.7011 Email: info@lostwonderhut.com   When requesting a reservation, please designate one person in your party as the official contact person for the whole party and have that person fill out...

Home

Welcome to the Lost Wonder Hut

The hut is a historic cabin with modern amenities and offers a comfortable, cozy home base from which to hike, bike, ski, snowshoe, or just relax in the beautiful Middle Fork Valley of the South Arkansas River in Colorado’s southern Sawatch Range. Your next backcountry adventure begins here. We offer incredible multi-season opportunities to explore some of Colorado’s most breathtaking scenery from the comfort and safety of a rustic mountain lodge.

Female Owned Business

Lost Wonder Hut has been a family-owned business for over a decade, starting with a husband-and-wife team, Bobby and Natalie Lewis, and is now a mom-and-daughter operation.

Natalie & Jess Lewis

Although you will likely find Jess on the other end of the line, Jess and Natalie both live to be outside. Some of their collective adventures include: walking the CDT in 2006 when Jess was just a teenager, paddling the inside passage, traversing Antarctica, walking the PNT, climbing and guiding in all 7 continents, thousands of miles of whitewater navigated, and much much more.

 

 

 

 

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