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Hi all,I wanted to start a thread that shows off some of the huts that are along the trails we walk.The photo below is of a hut called Monadnocks along the Bibbulmun track, Western Australia.
Edited by markmclauchlin on 06/20/2009 07:15:03 MDT.
I love that the Buchstein und Tegernseer Hütte has a trampoline. I don't think anything can top that.
Peter Grubbs Hut PCT and Outhouse
Peter Grubb hut. Stayed there with a bunch of friends one night. Jay that pic of the table, if you saw how much beers and other assorted...ahem items were on that table that night you'd laugh your butt off
Greenleaf Hut (nicknamed "Flea" by the hut crews), White Mountains, NH. Waited out a storm (heavy rain and 50+ mph wind gusts) the day after this picture was taken...
We (Melbourne University Mountaineering Club) built this in the late 1960s as a memorial to some lost club members.The girl in the front became my wife.
Edited by rcaffin on 06/20/2009 17:12:04 MDT.
These are the huts on the way to Yatsugatake - the big one is on the ridge just below the summit horn.
Edited by Arapiles on 06/20/2009 19:38:02 MDT.
Aragon Mountains, Spain. Mountain Hut.Farmer's Hut , Aragon Mountains, Spain.
McNeil Point Shelter, Mt. Hood:
Steven beat me to itOkay, Cairn Basin shelter (identical, built by CCC, a couple miles East of McNeil):
I was sure you would post about McNeil, Jerry! I'm sure you have a ton of great photos. It's your shot from slightly above the hut on the portlandhikers page.For some reason, I never took a picture of the door.
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