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Ridgway, Colorado
Reviewed March 3, 2017

Three weeks ago we skied up to the Jackal Hut, in the Rockies above the old Camp Hale site. There was a lot of fresh snow, and too many snowmobiles roaring around the valley, but once we started up, the noise faded away. It was a pretty steep climb, but the hut, like so many of these mountain jewels, is...

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Reviewed February 10, 2017

Don't come to Aspen thinking you're going to stay at a 10th Mountain Hut unless you've made reservations months and months in advance, especially in the winter. The huts are at high elevations in some of the most scenic, quiet places in the Colorado mountains between Breckenridge and Aspen and Crested Butte. You should generally expect to either ski into...

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New Castle, Colorado, United States
Reviewed February 1, 2017

You will work harder, take more pictures, and eat more than you would on any other weekend away. The huts are stocked with everything you will need to put together amazing cuisine. Make sure to bring ear plugs for the additional 'hut' noises that may occur. Overall wonderful experience, snuggled into these well built huts in the wilderness.

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Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed November 21, 2016

Stayed in the hut by Homestake Peak. The hut was very comfortable and cozy. The kitchen was supplied with an amazing assortment of cooking utensils. Beds were comfortable and facilities were excellent.

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Fort Collins
Reviewed September 23, 2016

We have visited the huts numerous times and they are the best,unique family experience around. First please know not all huts are created equal. Second, calling them huts is an understatement, they are like mini back country lodges. for families with younger kids the Shrine Mt. huts, Continental Divide huts are the best, They are beautiful huge mountain lodges with...

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Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed March 13, 2016

Just got back from Fowler Hilliard Hut near Camp Hale. The room is a little far from the parking area (5.5 Miles with a 2500' vertical climb). You need to carry and avalanche beacon, shovel and probe. You need to bring all your own food and a sleeping bag. There is no shower or towels. You share the kitchen and...

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Denver, Colorado
Reviewed May 19, 2015

I count that I've been on 53 hut or yurt trips in Colorado since 1998; mostly 10th Mountain Huts, but not entirely. In fact my friends and I bought a mini-hut ourselves just last summer in order to recreate the experience as often as we want. This is a great organization and hut trips are a great experience. It can...

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Aspen, Colorado
Reviewed May 26, 2013 via mobile

Every year, we go to McNamara hut in April (except for the one year we went to Fabi Benedict). The huts are awesome - well maintained and clearly detailed so that using the stove/electricity/water is simple. The sleeping areas are cushioned. Booking is easy by phone and the website is great for finding availability. I wish we could go more...

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Gypsum, Colorado
Reviewed February 20, 2012

There is nothing quite like a hut trip. Treking into the wilderness to get to your cabin. Close quarters with some of your best friends and strangers. Hearty homemade food served family style. A little too much booze, never too much laughter. Board games until the sun comes up. Adventures in the back country. If you are thinking about booking...

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Reviewed December 15, 2003

I d hear that Aspen was the place to meet singles, party  till dawn, and shop all day. But the hotels are expensive and don t leave you any money for shopping. I looked hard for a less costly place to lay my head, then I found 10th Mountain! Check these guys out. If you stay with 10th Mountain,...

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10Th Mountain is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that manages a system of 34 backcountry huts in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, connected by 350 miles of suggested routes. We provide a unique opportunity for backcountry skiing, mountain biking, or hiking while staying in secure, comfortable shelter. Our name honors the men of 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army, who trained during World War II at Camp Hale in central Colorado. Hut visitors share the special spirit of these individuals, especially their pursuit of excellence, self reliance, and love of the outdoors. ... more   less 

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Address: 1280 Ute Ave., Suite 21, Aspen, CO 81611
Location: United States > Colorado > Aspen
Number of rooms: 28
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“Be the first one up the hill in your party, so you get to chose your sleeping spot.”
JoJoBoHo5656, Mar 3, 2017 | Read review
“Don't go on a hut trip without backcountry experience or someone who has it.”
xyzxyzxyz, Feb 10, 2017 | Read review
“First come first served on these huts, so try to arrive early in the afternoon.”
RuthM750, Feb 1, 2017 | Read review
“Get there early.”
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