Located 47 miles northwest of Telluride and the Madeline Hotel, the 15,000-acre Sleeping Indian Ranch is situated in the unspoiled Cimarron Range – a haven where elk, moose, black bears, and bald eagles grace the land and skies. Guests are completely surrounded by sublime nature with stunning vistas of steep forested mountains and the cliffs of Cimarron Ridge and Chimney Rock.
The 40,000-plus square-foot, seven-bedroom Lodge is designed by Douglas S. Ewing, FAIA, and is an American Institute of Architects award-winning home, constructed with reclaimed logs from the 1988 Yellowstone fire. Sleeping up to 16 guests, the Lodge features a spectacular Great Room with 38-foot high ceilings, a dining hall that can seat up to 30 guests, a 2,000 square foot professional chef’s kitchen, three-room wine cellar, cigar humidor room, gym, multi-purpose playroom, and much more.
A private retreat intended for family getaways, intimate reunions, corporate groups, and stunning weddings, Sleeping Indian Ranch marries the grandness of the west with all the desired conveniences, exquisite furnishings, and personal high-touch service. From the towering log beams, dramatic iron chandeliers, 24-hour butler service, exquisite meals prepared by Madeline’s staff and unprecedented access to vast secluded wilderness, Sleeping Indian Ranch is the ideal escape to experience sophisticated, relaxed hospitality with spirited adventures of true Americana.