This is a unique, one-time dining experience. The ambiance is rustic and romantic; one can easily believe they are in a high-mountain hut in France.
But the food, to me, was only OK and is overpriced for the meal at $80 per person (plus tax, plus drinks, plus gratuity). My salmon dinner was perfectly cooked, but salty and unremarkable. At $80 per person, I want remarkable.
I went once, but I probably won't go again for dinner.
1) Wear warmer socks than you'll think you'll need; the lower half of the yurt feels drafty and my feet were cold (even in their thick Smartwools).
2) If you don't want to spend the big money for dinner go for lunch instead. It's still an expensive lunch, but you will see the forest and enjoy the hike. And you'll have time to go to Cottonwood Hot Springs afterwards for a soak.
3) Go on a night with a new moon; the stars will be amazing.
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