Located in Weber Gulch on the northern flank of Bald Mountain, is the first new hut to be approved on public land in Summit County in 22 years.
Est. 2019 | Elev. 11,445′
Sisters Cabin is our newest winter-only hut that opened January 12, 2019.
The fifth overnight backcountry hut in the Summit Huts system, the 14-person Sisters Cabin was built in 2018 and currently operates as a winter-only hut from November through April.
Funded by the The Sturm Family Foundation, Sisters Cabin celebrates the close bonds amongst Sue Sturm, an avid backcountry hut user, and her close-knit group of female friends that have formed and flourished in the shared joys of backcountry skiing adventures, hence the “Sisters” moniker.
Sisters Cabin incorporates state-of-the-art design and green-building techniques to minimize environmental impact and offer guests an experience similar to those they have come to expect at Summit Huts larger flagship huts.
Reservations required. No day-use.
Wood burning stove for heat, solar powered lights, indoor composting toilets, beds and pillows, wood burning sauna, and fully equipped kitchen.
*Oven is out of order for remainder of 2020 season.
Weber Gulch, on the northern flank of Bald Mountain