Luxury Tents & Tree Houses

by Sarah Tuff

Kokopelli's Cave, Farmington, New Mexico
The Four Corner Region, where New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona converge under a broad blue sky and spectacular sunsets, is riddled with ancient Anasazi ruins tucked into the sandstone mesas. Kokopelli's Cave lets you sleep in the modern version. Reach the site by driving through the high-altitude desert, and then hike 70 feet down a steep trail from the top of a mesa to your private, 1,650-square-foot cliff dwelling, blasted into the 65-million-year-old sandstone. A cool, dry shelter from the New Mexico sun, it has a bedroom, kitchenette, and living room. Take a soak in the waterfall-filled natural hot tub, then grill some green-chile burgers on the flagstone patio and enjoy the lavish views of the San Juan Mountains. Originally built as a geological office, 250 feet above the La Plata River Valley, the cave is now open to adventurers from March through November. Mesa Verde National Park and the San Juan River are a short drive away.
$220 per night, including a fridge stocked with continental breakfast

Kokopelli's Cave
Tel: 505 326 2461

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