10th (Tenth) Mountain Division Huts and Summit Huts Online Guidebook
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Hut User's Code of Ethics
  1. I will respect all public and private property and the rights of all winter recreationists to enjoy the backcountry by all legal means.
  2. I will park considerately without blocking other vehicles or impeding access to trails.
  3. I will keep to the right when meeting other winter recreationists and yield the right of way to downhill traffic.
  4. If I choose to access the backcountry by mechanized means (auto, snowmobile, etc.), I will do so in a respectful fashion, obeying all rules and regulations, and driving with care when around human powered travelers.
  5. I will respect designated areas, trail use signs, and established ski tracks. When traveling on foot or snowshoe, I will not damage existing ski trails.
  6. When stopping, I will not block the trail.
  7. I will not disturb wildlife and will avoid areas posted for their protection or feeding.
  8. I will not litter, and I will pack out everything I packed in.
  9. I will adjust my pace and level of risk to that which my whole party is comfortable with.
  10. I will not encourage or push others to take risks they are not comfortable with.
  11. I realize that my destination and travel speed are determined by my equipment, ability, terrain, weather, and traffic on the trail.
  12. In case of an emergency, I will volunteer assistance. I will always carry essential emergency equipment such as a light source, shovel, fire starting items, and first aid kit.
  13. I will not interfere with or harass others, recognizing that people judge all other winter recreationists by my actions.
  14. I will promote a friendly and positive attitude while in the backcountry. I will smile and greet others on the trail, offer information about conditions, and offer assistance if necessary.
  15. While at the hut, I will share in group duties such as snow melting and fire tending, and make an effort to leave the hut clean and tidy.
  16. I will be considerate of other hut users, especially in terms of noise. Quiet hours are usually 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

 







 

 
 
 
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Please note: The information in this website is based on the experience and research of the site owners and their sources, may not be accurate due to human error or source errors, and might not be perceived as accurate by other persons. Therefore, extreme care should be taken when following any of the backcountry skiing 10th Mountain Huts, Summit Huts and Braun Huts routes described in this website. This website is not intended to be instructional but rather is a guide for backcountry users who already have the requisite training, experience, and knowledge for the activities they choose. An advanced level of expertise and physical conditioning is necessary for even the "easiest" of the routes and activities described herein. Proper clothing and equipment is essential. Failure to have the necessary knowledge, equipment, and conditioning will subject you to physical danger, injury, or death. Some backcountry skiing routes for 10th Mountain Huts, Summit Huts and Braun Huts have changed and others will change; avalanche hazards may have expanded or new hazards may have formed since this website's publication.

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