Take a peek at how we make our yurts, tents, and tipis (teepees, tepees) and meet the folks who make them.
See the many different ways camps and parks use Colorado Yurt Company shelters to replace aging cabins and accomoadate growth. Budget friendly, kid friendly!
The Colorado Yurt Company introduces the Winter Stout Alpine Yurt, a yurt designed and engineered specifically for locations with deep snow, high coastal winds, hazardous seismic activity or stringent permitting restrictions.
Instructions for installing a wooden crank out window in your Colorado Yurt.
The video shows a few tricks to make a large teepee a little easier to pitch. It focuses on rasing the teepee tripod, keeping the poles stationary at the base when lifting, and hoisting up the last and very heavy teepee pole that has the teepee cover tied to it.
This tutorial shows you how to use the free The Virtual Tipi Painter found here.
Colorado Yurt Company installed a 27 foot yurt for musician and designer of Freenotes Musical Instruments, Richard Cooke. The yurt will be used as a music studio. The instruments and the yurt come together to create a magical and zen atmosphere in the beautiful mountains of Durango, Colorado.
This Cimarron Platform Tent is the perfect backyard bungalow. Many bed and breakfast operations are also starting to use this type of canvas tent to take advantage of the latest glamping trends…camping without roughing it. There are even some people who are using the tent cabin as simple primary living quarters.
Quick setup guidelines for putting up a yurt from the Colorado Yurt Company
The Colorado Yurt Company supplied 25 yurts to build a global yurt village for Yann Arthus-Bertrands “6 Billion Others” exhibit at the Grand Palais in France. Each yurt served as a theater where one of lifes fundamental questions is considered and answered with video interviews of 6,000 people representing 65 countries.
This customer painted their own tipi, and sent us a great video of the process.
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