Yurts are round, one-roomed self-supporting structures based on Mongolian nomadic shelters. If you were to go to Mongolia, you might see yurts made of yak skin with a hole in the roof to allow smoke from cooking fires to escape.
Our yurts sit on a wooden platform, have a wood stove for heat, a propane stove for cooking, bunk beds, tables and chairs, lanterns and sheltered-pit toilets for outhouses. In the Tetons, yak skin is replaced by canvas and a Plexiglas sky dome covers the hole in the center, allowing light in during the day and stargazing at night.
We have brand new Pacific Yurts with windows for outdoor viewing and good insulation for warmth. They are cozy, unique structures and provide the warmth to dry out all of your clothing and sleep comfortably.