This is what is provided:

  • kitchen equipped with dishes, utensils, propane stove/oven, dish soap & disposable clothes
  • hand sani stations, cleaning & sanitizing supplies
  • beds for 6 people with mattresses & a 2 spare pillows for people who forget theirs (bring your own pillowcase)
  • solar powered lighting
  • year round water tap located outside (no indoor plumbing)
  • outhouse & tp
  • firewood for cabin is supplied

What you need to bring:

  • bring your own sleeping bag or sheets & pillows
  • slippers or hut booties, the floor can be cold on arrival
  • maps & the information you need about the area
  • headlamps
  • coolers & dishtowels
  • matches or lighter (because cabin matches often go missing)
  • sauna towels
  • bring your own communication device, caretaker might not be onsite to send messages in case of emergency

I would like to acknowledge that I live and work on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of Sinixt Peoples. I make this acknowledgment to show my respect for the tmxʷulaʔxʷ (homeland), and Sinixt Nation. I feel privileged and grateful to be here, and I invite those reading this to explore their own relationship to place.

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