Puma Hills is situated in the Tarryall Valley, closely following the route of an 1862 wagon road that extended from Colorado City on Fountain Creek in the Pikes Peak region to the 1859 mining camps of Tarryall and Hamilton.
Pioneer settlers established homesteads along the original road, which became an early county road. The hidden headwall valley and elevation of the Puma Hills property provide vistas of distant mountain peaks and ranges including Bison Peak, the tallest mountain in the Tarryall range at 12,500 ft., lends its name to our lodge. Our property is perfectly framed by stands of aspen, spruce and pine on the hillsides surrounding the grounds you will call home during your stay with us.
We look forward to hosting you and your group and know you will leave Puma Hills with an appreciation for the beauty of this mountain retreat.