The first cabin built at Backdoor Outfitters was the ‘Bitterroot’. The smallest of the cabins at a little over 500 sq. ft., it still provides ample room for sleeping either a family of three, or two single adults. With a set of log framed beds (a queen and twin) and a free standing fireplace (each of the cabins also have baseboard heaters), as well as six inches of insulation behind knotty pine walls, you’ll find the freshly washed linen of the Bitterroot the final touch for those wishing a comfortable place to ‘snuggle’ during the coldest days of winter or the warmest days of summer.
The Bitterroot comes equipped with a refrigerator, coffee pot, micro-wave and barbecue. The lavatory is large with a walk-in tiled shower, and plenty of room to get dressed when you get out of the shower. And, for those of you with a large assortment of toiletries, you’ll find ample room to set everything on the spacious counter top.
However, with a spectacular view of the Bitterroot Mountains, and St. Mary’s Peak in particular, those staying in the Bitterroot seem to spend less time inside working on their laptops, watching a movie on their ‘Direct TV’ feed, or sleeping; than they do on the covered porch barbecuing something, or just lounging and watching the deer or quail that wander around the grounds like domestic pets.