The huts are our off-the-grid eco lodges situated along an 80-mile trail system. When you arrive at a hut, you’ll find a spacious great room, cozy reading area, and a breezy screened-in porch. Every hut is equipped with hot showers, toilets, comfortable heated bunkrooms and convenient gear drying rooms.
Guests stay in private bunkrooms with a variety of bunk configurations. So why are they called huts? Learn the story behind our name here.
Stratton Brook Hut >>
An aerie above the mountains, best for hiking, mountain biking, skiing and snowshoeing
Flagstaff Hut >>
Great for families and relaxation, multi-activity: paddling, hiking, skiing and fat biking
Grand Falls Hut >>
Grand Falls Hut is closed for repairs.
Renowned for trout & salmon fishing, biking and skiing
Poplar Hut >>
Cozy and quiet woods nook, best for hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing and fat biking
You Call This a Hut?! >>
Off the Grid >>
Beer & Wine >>