I stayed @ Hidden Canyon Ranch (Roseberry Court) Labor Day Weekend ( Sept 2013) during a recent hiking trip in the Great Basin National Park. The accomdation were excellent. I flew into Salt Lake City, and drove down to the lodge. If you havent been to the Baker area, be warned - there's not a lot of choice for lodging nor restaurants. If you are flying to Salt Lake or Las Vegas, and then driving to Baker, I suggest a stop at grocery store to stock up on fruit, lunch meats, bread, etc.
Hidden Canyon was a great find and cleary the best lodge in the area. The drive to the Park will take 15-20 minutes. I would stay there again without hestitaion. Be warned however- the hike up Wheeler peak is no picnic..very demanding, all day hike.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Clean and comfortable B&B accommodations on a 380-acre property, only 19 miles from Great Basin National Park. A great place for outdoor enthusiasts, lots of wildlife viewing, excellent hiking and relaxation. Country cooking, family style service -- free breakfast, and other onsite meals by reservation. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hidden Canyon Ranch Hotel Baker