Trinity River Adventure Cabins
& Dunsmuir's Alpine Fish & Ski Haus
Fish~Kayak~Raft~SUP~Hike~Groove~Explore
10/11/17: The Fall Fishing Report/See our Newsletter for the whole story on this fish!
Meet Noah. He and his family stayed with us this past week. Noah really wanted to catch a fish, especially since his grandfather is quite a fisherman. We sent him upstream on our property where summer guests did well and here is what he brought down soon after, first cast of the morning. This is a monster of a German brown and Noah helped kill it and learned to clean it before we packed it up for the ride home to their BBQ. Noah's brother Ari isn't into fishing but was every bit as excited as Noah.  Nice going, Noah!
LINKS FOR CABINS & MORE TOP OF PAGE~MAP TO ALL LOCATIONS AT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE

Fall is Upon Us 
With Labor Day in the rear view mirror, we're heading into a favorite time of year up here. While days can vary between warm and hot, cooler nights become the norm and everything slows down. Come for a relaxed stay in a charming cabin on the glorious Trinity River. Hike, wet a line, read, observe nature. Or as one recent guest put it: "Remember how to live."
Trinity County has hundreds of inviting trails, several intriguing museums, cool antique stores and much more to catch your eye. 

Or come to our Alpine Fish & Ski Haus in Dunsmuir by Mt. Shasta. 
Dunsmuir is an ideal rendezvous point from the north and south and the The Haus has everything you could need for a great stay. The area is known for its world-class hiking and climbing opportunities, fishing, exquisite spiritual retreats and mineral spas.

Our unique Trinity River cabins are spread out over 2 different locations about 15 minutes from Weaverville. Their links are above in the header bar. They range from a real miner's cabin that has been lovingly restored and enhanced and is just a few feet from the river all the way up to Alpen Glow, our stunning A-frame that looks out on sweeping lawns, the river, mountains and sky.

WE OFFER DISCOUNTS ON STAYS OF 3 OR MORE NIGHTS
CALL FOR SPECIALS CLOSE TO ARRIVAL DATE AS WELL AS GREAT WEEKLY & LONGER RATES FOR EXTENDED STAYS 
(mostly offered mid-winter to spring, but it won't hurt to ask)

ABOUT REVIEWS:  we advertise on AIRBNB, Trip Advisor/Flip Key, VRBO and Glamping and have great reviews by guests on them. (However, all of those guests paid far more for their stay by booking indirectly.) Just do a search online by the cabin's name and location and they will pop right up, but your best rate will always come by booking directly with us.

We live each day with the belief we make a difference for the good. But as this recent radio piece from North State Public Radio illustrates, there are occasions when all patience is exhausted fighting the good fight. What to do then? Speak up!  Listen to the tale of Summer '16 on the river by clicking here

"You two are the most positive, full of energy--and life--people we have ever met. You are not only masters of the river, but also observably masters of love and appreciation for good things in life such as soul mates, courage, passion and respect for nature. Our river rafting trip was the highlight." 
Trinity River guests Christine, Andreas, Mikah, Serena and Sammy
(all of whom greatly impressed us with their intelligence, interest in everything and joyful approach to nature)

"Dunsmuir is such a lovely town, good choice you guys! Everything in this Haus is so lovely. We can see you guys come and live here sometimes; so that makes it feel more cozy. Thanks for all the thoughtful and kind things you've put in this house. We will all be sad to leave California - so jealous about people living here, like you guys. We are very very grateful for your lovely Haus." 
Xiafei Pu/Ann Arbor, MI
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We had guests at Sow's Ear next to us with whom we really hit it off.  They admitted to wondering if our stories could possibly be true, because if they are, there is so much crammed into our lives. From Steph's having  paddled a sea kayak from Canada to Mexico and Heidi running a towboat on the infamous Columbia River Bar in Oregon to whales;  motorcycles; ferocious conservation efforts and so much more. Plus, we're PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America)-certified ski instructors and we love our chainsaws.
All true.  Check it out here.
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