Wendy Thompson Hut

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Place Category: Alpine Club of CanadaPlace Tags: BC and Canada

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  • The Wendy Thompson Hut is a basic ski touring hut in the Marriot Basin area off the Duffey Lake Road just north or Whistler and Pemberton, in honour of Wendy Thompson, a keen local hiker who was killed on a BCAS Infant Transport flight enroute to the Queen Charlottes in 1995.  It is operated by ACC Whistler. It is approximately a 1 hour drive from Whistler to the trailhead, then a 2 – 3 hour hike or ski in. This location provides extensive ski-touring opportunities and there are also a number of peaks in the vicinity.

    The hut is a two-storey gothic arch design that accommodates 16 people in the upper sleeping loft.

    The new nightly rate is $15/night for members of the ACC Whistler or ACC Vancouver Sections and $20/night for others. There is a new online reservation system.

  • Address: Wendy Thompson Hut
    Operation: Mountain Club
    Fee: Yes
    Guiding: Not Provided
    Catering: Not Offered
    • Ski Tour
    • Hike
    Elevation (m): 1860
    Elevation (ft): 0
    Maintained or Operated by: Alpine Club of Canada - Whistler
    • Summer
    • Winter

    Wood stove for heat. New solar lighting. Cooking stove has been removed due to negligence, so bring your own cooking stove.

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