Seattle Times - July, 2014
"The green metal structures are equipped with bunk beds and sleeping bags for five to eight people, depending on the hut. In the summer, if you have a small group, you may share a hut with another party. During the winter when you reserve a hut it is yours for the night. For summer visitors, a rudimentary kitchen is stocked with supplies including food, water and a propane stove."
Sept/Oct 2014 - BIKE Magazine
"On a dry, clear day at the Lolo Pass hut, Mount Hood looks close enough to touch."
Outdoors NW - 2014
"When we finally rolled up to the Dog River hut, our eyes popped wide open at the million dollar view of Mt. Hood."
Below is a calendar showing availability and reservations for summer and winter trips.
The summer trips listed on the calendar show the trips available to start on that given date and the number of riders that can go. If your start date is available then the rest of the dates for the trip are automatically locked in.
Please note that dates in June are always tentative based on snow conditions. We won’t be able to set up the huts and you won’t be able to ride until the snow melts. The later you can make your reservation the more likely it will be that you won’t need to worry about it. If you do make a reservation in June and we can’t operate because of the snow we will gladly reschedule your trip or fully refund your payment.
The winter trips listed on the calendar show huts that are available on each date. If a date is blank then all winter huts are booked. You can reserve winter huts from November 15 through April 30. Please note that we can make no guarantees about conditions or the amount of snow, and may need to reschedule your trip if necessary
Winter Rentals: 1 night-$185, 2 nights-$345, 3 nights-$455
Discounts for multiple nights