All Places in ‘Club Hut’

  • Kees and Claire Hut

    Operation: Mountain Club

    The Kees and Claire Hut at Russet Lake is the first of 3 huts to be built along the Spearhead Traverse. The hut is now in operation and they are accepting reservations for public use. Welcome.

  • Olive Hut

    Operation: Non-Profit

    We haven’t been to the Olive Hut, so here is what the CVHS has to say… The Olive Hut, perched high above the Forster Basin on the edge of the Catamount glacier,  serves as a high elevation base for climbing, complex traverses of Catamount and North Star Glaciers, and ski Read more [...]

  • McMurdo Cabin

    Operation: Non-Profit

    Here is wha the CVHS says about McMurdo Hut… The McMurdo hut is a hiking and ski touring paradise.  It’s location provides access to a vast amount of skiable terrain for seasoned winter backcountry users and high elevation hiking opportunities during summer months. This rustic Forest Service cabin is located Read more [...]

  • Kingsbury Hut

    Operation: Non-Profit

    We haven’t been to this hut yet. Here is what the Columbia Valley Hut Society has to say… This true wilderness cabin is located in a remote and rugged backcountry setting near the headwaters of Bobbie Burns Creek.  Tenured as a BC Forest Service recreation site, this 6-person cabin was Read more [...]

  • Dave White Cabin

    Operation: Non-Profit

    We haven’t hit this hut yet, so here is the description from the Columbia Valley Hut Society… The Dave White Memorial Cabin was built by the Columbia Valley Hut Society in the fall of 2001. Dave White was an avid outdoor recreationalist who lost his life in the winter of 2001 across Read more [...]

  • Jumbo Pass Cabin

    Operation: Mountain Club

    We haven’t hit this hut yet, so in the meantime here is a description from the Columbia Valley Hut Society… This hut, constructed in September of 1997, replaced a small 30 year old structure that had seen its better days and was too small to meet the demands of an Read more [...]

  • Harold Price Cabin

    Operation: Mountain Club

    Little cabin originally built by the Bulkley Valley Cross Country Ski Club, but from what we read it might now be in the hands of the Bulkley Valley Backpackers Society. If you have more information on this hut let us know.

  • Frosty Creek Cabin

    Operation: Non-Profit

    If you’re touring near Mt Frosty in the Manning Park area, and you really feel like having a wooden roof over your head instead of a tent, you might end up in this rustic shelter. Image found at UBC VOC.

  • Sentinel Bay Glaciology Huts

    Operation: Commercial

    A pair of tiny huts at Sentinel Bay, Garibaldi Lake for glaciology research.  They are left unlocked in the winter in case you feel like using them. But the Burton Hut is better and not very far away. Image by Pat Mulrooney.

  • Bachelor Lake Cabin

    Operation: Mountain Club

    Small, basic hut that’s part of a 4 hut system throughout Tetrahedron Provincial Park. Image grabbed from which seems to be a pretty stellar source of recent info/conditions etc for the area. We haven’t been to this area. Send us some stoke, photos and info.