Snowbird Hut FAQ
Welcome to the Snowbird Hut! This hut is provided to the community by the Alaska Section of the American Alpine Club. The was built and is maintained through private donations and volunteer labor. This fact sheet is provided to outline care of the Snowbird Hut.
Please take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the rules and the use of this facility. This hut is managed on an open basis and cannot be reserved in advance. There is no fee required to use this hut. This hut does not support commercial operations.
The purpose of this facility is to provide shelter to backcountry users. Guests should expect to share the hut with respect and consideration for others. In addition, this hut encourages understanding and cooperation among multiple parties that wish to use it. If additional parties arrive during your stay, please make an effort to accommodate them.
This hut accommodates 6 – 12 people (2 dbl and 2 sngl bunks, 6 in the overflow loft).
Some gear is provided with the hut to make your stay more comfortable:
Please address maintenance or other concerns to the Alaska Section Co-Chairs Harry Hunt or Cindi Squire. Their email addresses can be found at snowbirdhut.com
Donations for maintenance and support of the hut can be delivered to James or Cindi. Please contact them or donate online to the American Alpine Club (please indicate that your donation is to support the Snowbird Hut exclusively).
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