10 Hotels to Commune with Nature

May 16, 2017

Conestoga Ranch, Garden City, Utah: Life at this remote Utah ranch is centered around Bear Lake, where guests can stay in 19th-century style Conestoga wagons or glamping style tents.

(CNN)Hear the wind whisper through the pines while perched high in a fire tower in the Cheyenne Mountains, sway in a suspended sphere in the Canadian rainforest or relax in a solar-powered yurt in the Alaskan wilderness.

Now that spring is here, why .not skip the predictable four walls of a traditional hotel room and recharge at a resort that promises to reconnect visitors with Mother Nature?
Though these resorts are unconventional, guests won’t find sleeping bags and pop-up tents at the end of the day. In addition to the proper beds and bathrooms, cushy perks like fireplaces and hot tubs give guests creature comforts while enjoying their natural surroundings.

Here are 10 of our favorite spots to be at one with nature.