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Stay in the Grinch's cave in Utah during the holidays

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Posted at 11:47 AM, Dec 06, 2021
and last updated 2021-12-07 07:24:09-05

BEAVER, Utah — It's not found on any map, but it appears that Mount Crumpit is in Utah, meaning fans of the Grinch can stay in his cave this holiday season.

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Starting next week, anyone will be able to live out their Grinchiest dreams by staying at his lair located in Boulder... even if your heart is two sizes too small.

The rental property company Vacasa is making his 5,700-square-foot cave available for a relative steal (like the Grinch likes it) at just $19.57 a night in honor of the release year of the beloved Dr. Seuss book.

According to the listing, during a stay, people "can play his organ, drink from his coffee maker, read his books, and dream about all the ways you too could steal Christmas."

With two bedroom and two bathrooms, even the humblest Whos will enjoy their stay. The kitchen is even fully-stocked with roast beast, Who-pudding, and Who-hash.

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Of course, being the Grinch, he's made things difficult and the company has a few notes about staying in his cave:

  • The location is remote, so you’ll need to bring food and beverages for your entire stay.
  • Since the Grinch loves his alone time, he’s picked a cave that’s a little hard to get to. Make sure you have a car that’s at least a crossover or larger for the trail (and shallow creek crossing) leading up Mt. Crumpit. Four-wheel-drive is a plus.
  • There’s no internet or cable available, though you’ll surely find plenty to do in the Grinch’s music room and library. Cell service is likewise limited, but a phone is available on site.