Our lodges, chalets and beach houses are miles from the main road – in historic farming villages high along the French-Italian border, on a rugged river in Patagonia, and in other unique locations away from the crowd. In each destination, world-class food and lodging are combined with guided outdoor activities on mountains, in the backcountry, and on the water for guests of all ages and all skill levels.
SCARP RIDGE LODGE
Opened on 11.11.11, Scarp Ridge Lodge is where it all began. Eleven’s flagship, where crafting the “Best-Day-Of-Your-Life” buzz was mined. That Rocky Mountain campfire vibe? Our secret sauce. What’s #yourelevenstory?
A sister property to Scarp Ridge Lodge, Sopris House is full of history and character, just like Crested Butte. Opened by Eleven in September of 2013, the 6,000-square-foot home’s cozy vibe is the perfect smaller twin to Scarp Ridge Lodge.
Off-the-grid never looked so good. Chalet Pelerin sits atop an authentic farming village in the Tarentaise Valley—smack dab on the French/Italian border. Backcountry powder and crowd-free groomed pistes are always on order.
Harbour Island is home to Eleven’s newest property, Bahama House. An icon on the island, the historic property dates back to the 1800s and has been meticulously restored to its original Bahamian heritage.
Deplar combines adrenaline-driven adventures with meticulously curated lodging. We’ve adopted our Colorado clairvoyant hospitality to northern Iceland, where mind-blowing experiences are what we do best. The Alpha Explorer is challenged by hard-charging heli-ski descents, or smooth-as-butter turns in Arctic maritime snowpack. And best-day fly-fishing itineraries? We’re on it.
Taylor River Lodge
Taylor River Lodge is an exclusive summer camp for the discerning traveler, fully embracing the “off-the-grid” mentality. Think archery and angling, teepee and saltwater pool, vintage game room and riverfront lounge.
The Mothership. We’ve named it this for a reason. If you’re an adventurous angler who likes to get after it and daydreams of a beautiful, once-in-a-decade catch, we’ve got you covered.