Travelling with a Light Footprint
At Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins we believe it takes more than biodegradable soap and reusing towels to make the hospitality industry sustainable. Sustainability and self-sufficiency have been guiding principles in building our off-grid four season accommodations. Our goal is to limit our negative impact on the local ecosystem and planet while having a business that is sustainable for us to operate for the long term. We have invested a great deal in order to provide our own power, water, and septic services; reducing our impact on and need for municipal infrastructure.
Not only are we aware of our environmental footprint, but we are also seeking to make a positive impact on our local community and celebrate its cultures and history. We hope to increase awareness of sustainable alternatives to the resource demanding status-quo when it comes to travel and tourism.
When you stay at Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins, you are choosing to do without some of the common luxuries, in order to support a business that is trying to implement energy alternatives and conservation. Below are some of the ways in which our facility is different from other choices.