The Future of Grand County Huts

Grand Huts Association's goal is to create an eco-friendly Hut System in Grand County, Colorado that will preserve the environment while sustaining activities in the backcountry. GHA will work to open to public use cabins already in existence on public and private lands and to build new structures; where appropriate to assist in managing intense use of fragile ecosystems.

A System of Eco-Friendly Huts

Providing For The Future Of Grand County Huts

The proposed hut system will eventually go from Berthoud Pass all the way to Grand Lake. This consists of nine huts total and includes four existing huts - Second Creek Hut, First Creek Hut, High Lonesome Hut, and Twin Creek Hut - and five newly proposed huts. The Second Creek Hut is structurally unfit and was rebuilt as the Broome Hut.

The Trail System

The Grand Huts Association is working to enhance backcountry cabin facilities in the forests of Grand County. GHA will work to open to public use cabins already in existence on public and private lands and to build new structures; where appropriate to assist in managing intense use of fragile ecosystems. These new and existing huts will eventually link together with a backcountry trail system from Berthoud Pass, just south of Winter Park, all the way to Grand Lake, near Rocky Mountain National Park. This eco-friendly Hut System is planned to consist of nine huts total and includes four existing huts, all in the backcountry of Grand County, Colorado. The system is in the planning stages only. As new and existing huts are opened, we will be updating the website, so stay tuned for more information.

Proposed Hut System Map:

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Hut Trail System Map

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