Ken’s Cabin

A rustic, intimate hut experience for 2-3 people.

Capacity

3 PEOPLE

Availability

WINTER | NOVEMBER – APRIL

Accessibility

LONGER HIKE IN, BUT GENTLE SLOPE

Terrain

LOW ANGLE SKIING + CHALLENGING TERRAIN

Ken’s Cabin serves as a cozy, intimate hut, sleeping two to three people with its own kitchen, dining and sleeping area.

Located next to the Boreas Pass Section House, Ken’s Cabin serves as a cozy, intimate hut, sleeping two to three people with its own kitchen, dining and sleeping area.

Originally built in the 1860’s when Boreas Pass Road was a mere wagon trail, the Wagon Cabin as it was known, is one of the oldest buildings in the Breckenridge area. Renamed “Ken’s Cabin” in memory of Ken Graff, M.D., who died in 1995 at age 33 in an avalanche near Breckenridge, to commemorate his love of the mountains and of skiing.

**Despite its creature comforts, Ken’s Cabin remains a rustic experience. There is no insulation in the ceiling per request of the State Historical Society, so it may get cold at night. The sink drains to a bucket and guests will be responsible for dumping the sink waste in the near by Section House sink, or broadcasting it on the ground away from snow collection areas. The outhouse is shared with guests of the Section House.

Ammenities

Wood stove for heat, wood burning cook stove, solar powered lights, outdoor vault toilet, beds and pillows, period furnishings, cooking eating utensils. 

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Oven

Wood Burning Oven

Lights

Solar and Wind Powered Lights

Utensils

cooking and eating utensils

Located on Continental Divide at the top of Boreas Pass, 10 miles east of Breckenridge, CO.

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$38 Per Person/Per Night
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PHOTO GALLERY

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TRAILHEAD INFORMATION

Boreas Pass | Total Mileage: 6.5
Peabody | Total Mileage: 7.1
Gold Dust | Total Mileage: 6.5

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