Friday, December 30, 2005
Not all hut trips are hard
In the 10th Mountain Hut System, Skinner Hut is known for being the hardest to get to. It's a 10-mile slog up 3,000 feet to a one-room cabin on a remote ridge.
If that's not your cup of cocoa, check out the easiest-to-get-to hut, Shrine Mountain Inn.
It's a two-mile ski on groomed trails to a series of huts with running water, central heat, and a sauna.
For descriptions of everything in between, visit the huts web site
Posted by Dave Philipps at 11:04 AM