*** Attention Hut Users ***
We understand that your expectations of the hut experience have likely changed given the COVID-19 situation and we have made changes to improve the experience. Please see our COVID-19 Information Page for a full explanation of what you can expect to find at the huts and what is expected of you. Significant changes include:
- Please note that we will begin accepting Summer 2021 reservations on Monday, November 2nd, 2020 at 8:00 am (online at www.huts.org or by calling 970-925-5775). We typically begin to accept summer reservations October 1 but this year we pushed it back. Here’s why: we are working to reconfigure existing winter reservations to meet new booking requirements and expect to be done by mid-October. The reconfiguration process is resulting, regrettably, in some cancelled trips and subsequent hut credit. We think that it’s most fair to provide the opportunity for these folks with credit to book a summer 2021 trip so we pushed the date to November 2nd.
- We will also begin accepting Winter 2020-2021 reservations on Monday, November 2nd at 8:00 am (online at www.huts.org or by calling 970-925-5775). Please note that we have temporarily suspended the ability to make new winter reservations while we reconfigure existing winter reservations. We plan to post hut availability on Friday, October 23rd to allow time to strategize, scheme, and otherwise plan your summer and/or winter hut trip. We appreciate your understanding and patience, and hope that you visit the high country soon!
- Hut reservations for Summer 2020 and Winter 2020-2021 are single-party only, there are new minimum booking requirements, and capacities at most huts that used to sleep more than 12 guests have been reduced.
- Arrival time is now 2pm, and please depart by 11am.
- Discrete sleeping areas can be shared only by household members. Each hut typically has multiple discrete sleeping areas.
- Hut visitors are required to follow protocols on social distancing, use of face masks, handwashing, and cleaning/disinfecting the hut. 10th Mountain unequivocally supports these protocols.