9 Hike-In Lodge in the United States

There's only one lodge at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, and it's so popular you have to book more than a year in advance.

Phantom Ranch, Arizona

Muir Trail Ranch is a true off-grid escape in the high mountains of central California.

Muir Trail Ranch, California

Lake of the Clouds Hut, New Hampshire

The Lake of the Clouds is the largest and highest of the eight huts.

This LEED-certified hike is a five-mile trek to reach the inn amid the beautiful ridges of Amicola Falls State Park in Georgia.

Hike Inn, Georgia

Paradise Lodge sits on an idyllic stretch of the lush Lower Rogue River Valley, with 18 wooden rooms spread across six unique cabins.

Paradise Lodge, Oregon

Charit Creek Lodge is only 1 mile from the nearest parking lot, but that just gives you more time to explore the 150 miles of surrounding trails.

Charit Creek Lodge, Tennessee

The sweeping views of Glacier National Park are stunning, but there is plenty to enjoy.

Granite Park Chalet, Montana

There's no better way to experience Sequoia National Park High Sierra backcountry than by staying at Bearpaw Camp.

Bearpaw Camp, California

the highest-altitude guest lodge in the eastern United States, at 6,400 feet, within Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

LeConte Lodge, Tennessee

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