SPRING/SUMMER/FALL accommodations: quality canvas BELL TENTS (Bell One and Bell Two), the BELL TENT SUITE, and two fully restored covered SHEEPHERDER WAGONS (Wagon One and Wagon Two). Each outfitted with comfortable bedding, candle lanterns, solar light, fresh filtered drinking water, juice, snacks, hand towels/soap/toiletries, books & games for your entertainment & utility.
WINTER/SPRING/SUMMER/FALL accommodations: a well appointed small CABIN. Features a full size bed and a wood burning stove. Additionally there are two Navajo HOGANS, the traditional dwelling of the Navajo on site (Hogan One and Hogan Two). Both are outfitted w/ comfortable bedding, lanterns,, fresh filtered drinking water, juice, snacks, hand towels/soap/toiletries, books & games. Faces the East like all traditional home, w/ a wood-burning stove used for ceremony and warmth.
A “hiker’s” breakfast is served each morning consisting of fresh seasonal fruit, muffins, yogurt, and breakfast bars. Served w/ Ahweeh (coffee) or Ch’il ahweeh / Deeh (Navajo Tea). Please inquire about dinner here. We’ve a known Navajo food vendor that can prepare and deliver to the ranch.
What to bring when you book with us: the appropriate clothing for the time of visit. We are medium to high desert - warm sunfilled days and nights that cool significantly. Water, sunscreen, jackets. clothing layers, sunglasses, close-toed shoes, hats are always recommended. It is very sunny in the Southwest, so sun protection will prevent an uncomfortable sunburn.
Our accommodations can be reserved direct by email or phone or through the various booking sites such as Booking.Com, Airbnb, Expedia, HipCamp, GlampingHub, etc.