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An idyllic cabin at Colorado's Dunton Hot Springs pin-it

Luxury canvas tents? No, thank you. For your next foray into the wilderness, opt for log-cabin chic instead, at three spots located in some of the most beautiful settings imaginable.

Take a load off at Yellowstone's Explorer Cabins.

Yellowstone Explorer Cabins: The marketing folks at the famous park have coined the term "cabineering™" to describe its 50 new lodges, which offer "the comforts of home and the perks of a hotel." Located a short drive away from Old Faithful in West Yellowstone, the cabins boast flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, a kitchenette and s'mores fixings. From $280 a night

The view from Hotel Endémico

Hotel Endémico: Twenty steel-and-wood cabins staggered along the hills in Mexico's Valle de Guadalupe are a minimalist's dream. Each eco-friendly, freestanding cabin was designed to blend into the natural landscape. Getting too warm on your private terrace? Take a dip in the pool overlooking the valley. From $225 a night

The great outdoors at Dunton Hot Springs

Dunton Hot Springs: These 12 luxury lodges, located in Dolores, Colorado, aren't exactly what the region's settlers lived in. Each hand-built lodging has unique characteristics, from the Well House's own hot spring to the Vertical Log's antique copper tub. With activities ranging from horseback riding to heli-skiing, you'll get a taste of outdoor life, with the benefit of a spa and organic cuisine when you return to camp. From $550 a night

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