Our newly renovated Dunderburg Yurt is equipped with a wood stove, Goal Zero Power, 8 double bunk beds, a large family-style table, and plenty of room to stretch out. Fresh bedding is provided and all meals will be prepared by our staff in the neighboring Guide Yurt. We use a Forest Service pit toilet, conveniently located close to the Dunderberg Yurt and protected from the elements.

The Dunderberg Yurt

Old yurt interior. Updated pictures coming this fall!

With new ownership, lots of time and effort have been put into renovating our guest’s “Dunderberg Yurt”. With fresh bedding provided on eight full-sized beds, updated furniture, and new flooring, it won’t feel like you’re in the backcountry. Our yurts reside in a remote location 6 miles back from Hwy 395, hence why we meet at Conway Summit Parking Lot and arrive via Snowcat. 

We would like to honor all of the ancestral stewards of this land on which we get to recreate and sleep on today. The Paiute and Shoshone tribes inhabited the Eastern Sierra Mountain area for thousands of years and continue to live in the area today. We are honored to be the contemporary custodians of this land. To learn more about native use of this land, click here.