The Hellroaring Hut is located between Island Park and West Yellowstone, in the Centennial Mountains. Getting into the hut requires an easy and scenic 7 mile snowmobile ride to access the trail head (snowmobiles are provided for an extra fee). It’s a mellow 2.75 mile skin the rest of the way to the hut itself. Incredible terrain is accessible just out the door. Runs such as Doug’s (think perfectly spaced old growth) and the Pyramid (straightforward steep vertical) are literally a stones throw away. A quick tour up Miner’s Ridge will lead to higher elevations and exciting steeps in the alpine with incredible views of Mt Jefferson at 10,280′.
Staying at the hut is the coziest version of winter “glamping” we’ve ever experienced. We’ve outfitted the hut with a wood stove that keeps things toasty warm, and a propane stove for delicious meal prep at the end of the day. Better yet, everything you need to cook with, such as utensils, pots, pans etc. are supplied so you don’t have to pack extra. Sleeping arrangements are log bunks for 4, and a small loft for 2 and “paco pad” mattresses. Sleeping bags are NOT being provided during the COVID 19 pandemic due to sanitation issues. Please plan to bring a warm sleeping bag, rated to 0 F. Our Goal Zero solar system illuminates the hut at night via several LED lamps and also keeps cameras and phones charged through the trip. Hellroaring Creek, fed by a freshwater spring near the hut, provides easy access to water without melting snow. (Hellroaring Crk. is known to the the ultimate source of the Missouri River!) Although we have never had issues with carnivores accessing food, a Yeti cooler has been supplied for food storage. In short: your stay at Hellroaring will be memorable one, from the sunrise behind Mt Jefferson to the sunset over the Continental Divide.
Guided trips, load hauling, and catering are available by request
Hut Sleeps 6
Nightly rate of $400
All equipment use at the hut is included (sleeping bags, propane, wood etc.)