Our yurts have been set up from Alaska to Hawaii, and have seen an incredibly diverse range of climates. We developed these yurts in Montana, so winter is no stranger to us.  We build with snow, cold and wind in mind every step of the way. We have found our yurts can take a healthy dose of snow and wind, but we do offer a yurt snow and wind kit to ensure your yurt can withstand the harshest of climates. In addition, perimeter blocking and a central column, or cable tie downs can be added for extreme snow and wind situations. Certified engineering on our yurts is typically available if needed for building permits.

Contact us for full details of yurt loading capabilities.

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