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High Hut with Rainier and Snowy Trees by Gene Glasunow
In the News
The URL is "Cozy-Snow-Adventure" and the title is "Ski or snowshoe to cozy hut near Mount Rainier".   If you're into winter fun, these titles should peak your interest!   Be sure to to checkout this article in Everret's Daily Herald, and DON'T MISS the fabulous photos by our own Gene Glasunow!   Many thanks to the Herald's Jessi Loerch for initiating and writing this article, and to Gene Glasanow for representing MTTA and providing the great photos.
We're on Twitter!
Are you interested in the latest news about backcountry conditions (roads, trails, and weather)?   How about learning about last minute hut availability?   Or keeping up-to-date on the latest MTTA Events?  Starting this winter, trail users and volunteers are posting this information and more on MTTA's Twitter account.   Checkout MTTA on Twitter or just click the Follow link below!

 
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MTTA has a Facebook group and it's gaining in popularity!   If you haven't done so already, it's time to checkout:  Join MTTA on Facebook.
Get real-time updates from fellow trail-users and volunteers.   Road, trail, weather conditions and more:   Checkout MTTA on Twitter

For previous news articles, see our News Archive


About the MTTA Hut and Trail System

North America's largest No Fee Hut-to-Hut Trail System.  Approximately 50 miles of trails, 20 miles groomed, three huts, and a yurt.  Operated and managed by a Non-Profit Association in cooperation with our host landowners.

Skier on ridge with Mt Rainier The trail system provides three huts and one yurt as overnight accommodations.  Other than a nominal permit processing fee, there is no charge, as long as you show up for your reservation and leave the huts in good condition.  The huts and yurt are available for day trekers to use as a rest place and lunch facility. 

All facilities have propane heating stoves, sleeping pads, LED lights, a complete kitchen, tables, chairs, etc.  All you need to bring is a sleeping bag, food, and emergency gear in case you need it on the way to or from the facility.

Reservations are on a first come, first served basis. They can be made in person at Whittaker Mountaineering in Ashford, or delivered to the MTTA office by mail or in person on winter season weekends.


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