The only hostel in Boulder. Who’s got dibs on top bunk?
This mixed-gender shared lodging option sleeps up to twelve adventurers with four beds in three connected rooms with access to a communal kitchen and two bathrooms. The bunks are sturdy and comfortable double stacks made from rustic pine wood and equipped with memory foam mattresses. Each bed has a designated locker and locks are provided upon request at the front desk.
Step outside your room and choose which adventure you’re going to embark on today. Skiing inbounds at Eldora Ski Resort or ripping off skins atop one of the infinite world-class backcountry lines in Rocky Mountain National Park or the Indian Peaks Wilderness? Climbing in Boulder, Eldorado Canyon or Glacier Gorge? Fly fishing the St. Vrains or Boulder Creek? Trail running through the Flatirons or around the Betasso Preserve Canyon Loop trail that starts right outside your door? The A-Lodge hostel in Boulder is the ideal basecamp for the mountain adventurer on a budget that wants to get the most out of the Colorado Front Range.
Check out what others are saying about our world-class adventure hostel on HostelWorld where we proudly score above 9.7/10 on hundreds of reviews. This is the place to share beta, stories, gear and more on your next adventure in Boulder, Colorado. We’re just as stoked as you are and we can’t wait to host. See you on the trails!
Adventure Discount: Climbers, mountain bikers, skiers and snowboarders get a 15% discount when booking directly on our website. Just show your gear when checking in to receive the discount!
- The Traveler’s Hostel is designated for out-of-state travelers – PROOF OF TRAVEL REQUIRED.
- We require a refundable $200.00 security deposit on ALL debit cards.
- With respect for the other hostel guests, there are absolutely no pets allowed in the Traveler’s Hostel
- The A-Lodge reserves the right to deny service.
Traveler’s Hostel Room Amenities
- Free Wifi
- Free onsite Parking
- Communal Kitchen
- Creekside Lawn and Beach
- Communal Fire Pits and Grills
- Trail Access
- Community Bulletin Board
- Jeremy Collins’ Adventure Artwork