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Are you a bride-to-be wanting a bachelorette party that is anything but basic? Escape to the mountains with your gal pals for an elevated rustic retreat. Cozy up inside a cute log cabin or western-luxe lodge while fluffy white flakes fall from the sky creating a magical snow globe effect. Keep scrolling for our curated list of ten of the most warm and welcoming cabins for your winter bachelorette bash.
Cozy A-frame cabins make us think of a picture-perfect getaway filled with fuzzy socks, matching flannel pajamas, and a cup of boozy hot chocolate. This Alberta VRBO has been renovated inside and out to make it an undeniably cute spot for your bachelorette party. Located about an hour and a half from Calgary and Edmonton, Sylvan Lake is known for its lake life and in the off-season this beloved town is rather quiet. With room for six guests, this adorable stay is ideal for a low-key get together.
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The Timbers is a pure Canadian Log Lodge set at the foot of Fernie Alpine Resort, also known as the gem of the Powder Highway. With it’s ski-in/ski-out access, open-concept rooms, gourmet kitchen, six bedrooms, and an Instagram-worthy hot tub surrounded by snow-covered evergreens. This property checks all the boxes for the adventurous bride tribe.
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Consider a mellow weekend escape to the Burch Forest, that makes you feel like you’re in a Hallmark movie where a comfortable, homey cabin awaits. Located just outside of Drayton Valley, about an hour away from Edmonton, this stunning seclusion features two bedrooms and can comfortably sleep four guests. Perfect for a smaller bachelorette party. There’s also a wood-fired hot tub where you can really unwind from wedding planning over a glass of wine and girl talk. We can’t forget to mention that this log built-stay is situated on a quaint pond. So, pack a pair of ice-skates or snowshoes and unplug for your girls getaway in Alberta.
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Make your Rocky Mountain escape just 30 minutes from Denver. Juniper Mountain House is a modern lodge and event space overlooking the foothills of Evergreen. Sneak away to this mountain retreat with your BFFs for some much needed R&R, complete with an on-site hot tub and fire pit. Choose from five intimate rooms, each with their own unique charm or rent the entire lodge. Interested in adding on a fun activity? Juniper offers an outdoor movie night, fireside jam session, and Colorado craft beer tasting.
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Vista Verde Ranch is a luxury guest ranch located just north of Steamboat Springs. Enjoy rustic elegance at this winter wonderland while you sit next to a roaring fire cozied up inside after a full day of snowmobiling and wine tasting.
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Nestled among Idaho’s snowcapped peaks and the Salmon River, the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch combines historic charm and modern comfort. This 900-acre western ranch offers breathtaking natural beauty and a totally relaxed atmosphere for the bridal babes looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of wedding planning. Take advantage of the ranch experience and saddle up for a guided horseback ride or soak in a nearby hot spring!
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Located between Big Sky Resort and Yellowstone National Park, Lone Mountain Ranch is situated on 148 acres and embodies the authentic American West. Pretend you’re on an episode of the popular drama series, Yellowstone with endless outdoor activities. Set the tone for the weekend by booking a guided dog sled tour or meander through the ranch on snowshoes. Either way, you and your girlfriends can’t go wrong here!
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Hang your cowgirl hat at Big Sky’s original, 123-year-old ranch, 320 Guest Ranch. This is not your ordinary hotel stay, from private charming cabins to luxury log homes, rest your head in a warm, toasty bed for the ultimate sleepover before becoming a Mrs.
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The rustic simplicity of Sundance Mountain Resort is graced by 5,000 acres of protected wilderness at the base of Mount Timpanogos, only an hour from Salt Lake City and 45 minutes from Park City. Founded by Robert Redford in 1969, this year-round luxury mountain resort offers mountain-view cabins, lofts, along with rooms and suites for those hosting a smaller bachelorette bash.
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Nestled in the Teton wilderness, enjoy a hybrid between camping, a luxury boutique hotel, and a comfy Jackson Hole cabin when you stay at the Fireside Resort. Cozy up in one of the many modern, yet rustic designed cabins complete with your very own campfire. Don’t forget to pack the s’mores!
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Bachelorette Party Essentials
Kick off the celebration with plenty of cute party supplies, darling décor, and fun personalized favors. Shop our favorite Etsy finds below for unique, handmade pieces that will make a bride’s mountain bachelorette bash a reality!
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Bundle up with jackets that are cute and comfy while eliminating the need for excessive layering. Style your get up with a pair of cold weather boots. Suede leather lace-up booties with faux fur or sherpa material are a seasonal must-have. You will always find something chic and trendy when you shop at Lulus. Here, we found stylish outerwear attire perfect for those crisp wintery days.
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Fluffy pom-pom beanies embroidered with “bride” and “babe” are an absolute must-have accessory. The bonus? Your bridesmaids can wear these festive hats long after the bachelorette shenanigans are over. A flannel themed weekend is as cozy as it is chic. Check out these mismatched button down shirts or monogrammed pajamas that will keep your crew warm when the weather outside is frightful.
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