How to Make a Reservation

We are now accepting online reservations!! You can book online by visiting our online booking page here, Online Booking, or by using the "Book Your Adventure Now" button on the main menu at the top of the page. You can also call as 970-925-5775 to book over the phone.

Please Note: We cannot accept online reservations for trips using hut credit/gift certificates, trips for school groups or others requiring special discounts. We are also unable to accept online cancellations. For any of these trips you still need to call us and book the old fashioned way.

Our reservations office is located in Aspen at 1280 Ute Avenue, Suite 21, in the Benedict Building (near the Aspen Club and Ute Trail parking). If you are in Aspen during business hours, please feel free to stop by to make a reservation in person, look at or purchase maps and/or guidebooks, discuss potential trip itineraries, etc.

Reservations Office Hours:

Dates Reservations Open for the Huts:

Payment and Cancellation Policy:
Full payment by Visa, MasterCard or American Express is due at the time of reservation (including trips reserved through the lottery). After booking your trip, you will receive a packet via e-mail that includes a confirmation letter detailing your itinerary. It is your responsibility to review this information upon receipt. If there appears to be an error in your itinerary, call 10th Mountain immediately. Group Leaders: Additional responsibility and liability is being placed on the group leaders. In the Waiver and Release Agreement, group leaders will agree to indemnify 10th Mountain and other hut owners/operators for any liability for injuries, paralysis or death to any member of his/her group that does not sign a Waiver and Release Agreement. We trust this will encourage all hut users to sign releases. Be aware that any changes or cancellations require a 30 day advance notice for an 80% hut credit applicable towards a future hut trip. This credit is not transferable between huts in the 10th Mountain system, Braun Huts, and Friends hut. Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to your trip start date will result in forfeiture of your payment. No credit is available within 30 days of a trip start date. No refunds.

Special Avalanche Cancellation Policy for the Braun Huts and Friends Hut: Because the Alfred A. Braun Huts and Friends Hut are located in areas of known avalanche terrain with recurring avalanche cycles, an additional opportunity to cancel due to avalanche danger exists in these huts. Groups with reservations in these huts may cancel on the scheduled day of their trip due to high or extreme avalanche danger. These groups will be given a full hut credit for a future hut trip. This credit is not transferable between huts in the Braun system, the Friends Hut, and huts in the 10th Mountain system. No refunds will be given at any time, for any reason.


Tips for Finding Available Spaces

The hut system is extremely popular. The downside of this is that reservations are hard to get, especially for weekends and mid-winter dates (see "availability" on menu to left). The most popular huts (Eiseman Hut, Peter Estin, 10th Mountain, Uncle Bud's, Sangree M. Froelicher, Francie's, and Janet's) will often be booked solid in February and March. Winter weekend and holiday nights are usually taken nearly a year ahead through lottery reservations and early call-in booking. For information on how to participate in early reservations, please see the Lottery and Membership section of this site (click "join" at top or bottom of page).

If a hut or date that you are interested is already full, you can:

Lodging in and around the Roaring Fork Valley

The following lodges and hotels offer surprisingly affordable prices, many with full kitchens or kitchenettes. For a one night stay before or after your hut trip, it is a good idea to call the property to discuss pricing and availability, as some minimum night booking requirements may be waived depending on vacancies – and some online calendars may not show single night availability. Hut groups may also be able to book rooms that can accommodate as many as 4 to 6 guests – which greatly decreases the per person rate.

Reservations & Trip Planning