Solar Power!

Constructing such a large structure so far off of the grid at such a high altitude was a major undertaking. It took six seasons of construction before we could open the hut. Yet the hut is always an evolving project, and we will continue to tackle new projects that enhance the comfort and experience for all of our guests.

This summer we installed solar power as our major project. Now the project is nearing completion. The solar power system will light up the hut and make it easier for guests to ease into their stays. Our panels are built on an adjustable frame so that we can alter the angle for the summer and winter seasons. Book your adventure in the Mosquito Range today!

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New Podcast on Radify

Do you want to know more about the Hut? Do you want to know what it takes to build a hut at nearly 12,000 feet?

Thanks to Radify’s podcast you can get answers to these questions and more. Radify is pioneering alternative development projects that prioritize urbanism, environmentalism, and non-conformity. They also produce a podcast that documents amazing development projects throughout the world. Check out episode 014 here. One of our members, Kim-Lee Tuxhorn, describes the hut, the experience constructing it, and everything that you can do up there.