Notch Mountain Shelter, Colorado – A Tiny House on Top of The World

I start to settle into my bag when another wind gust shoots a stream of chilling air under the door… and I’m cold, but I know it’s 13,000+ thin, breathing is fine, bag will eventually warm to at least “survival” and given enough time even maybe “comfortable” and rest, however rudimentary will let my body recharge.” – TallGrass

via 14ers.com • Trip Report – Chapter 1: Noob Backdooring Holy Cross?

Notch Mountain Shelter, Colorado - photo by TallGrass - fireplace

Notch Mountain Shelter, Colorado - photo by TallGrass - simple cabin interior

Notch Mountain Shelter, Colorado - photo by TallGrass - side view

3 thoughts on “Notch Mountain Shelter, Colorado – A Tiny House on Top of The World

  1. Stella Wicker says:

    This place seems pretty cool! I’d have to have a generator up there though..:) Lots of batteries, firewood, water etc.
    But it would be so awesome! So much beauty and fresh air all around….nature…love it!

  2. Hunter says:

    with that great rocky landscape how could you NOT use the stones to your advantage? makes perfect sense to me. Just like the Nearings did years ago. great small house/ cabin.

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