Hut Bookings

Step 1

Read the usage policy

Step 2

Complete booking form

General Information

For the time frame of March 1, 2024 to September 30, 2024 the guidelines will be in place. Please refer to the website.

Please fill out the form in its entirety otherwise the request will be discarded.

Hut Cancellation Policy

There will be no partial refund if your party size decreases. It is up to the person making the booking to refill the spot and notify us at [email protected]

Professional Guides: Please advise your clients of this policy and advise them of Trip Cancellation Insurance options.

  • No cancellation/refund (weather is not a consideration) – only move as previously described under the Updates/Guidelines areas of both huts, to another open spot during March 1, 2024 through May 30, 2024 for the winter/spring bookings and June 1 through September 30, 2024 for the summer bookings, but not guaranteed as the number of available booking spots is limited.
  • NO carry forward of any missed bookings/cancelled bookings – no exceptions other than what is outlined above

Booking Policy understandings

Users will need to be aware of and accept to be able to book the Huts:

  • I have read and understand the ACC Vancouver Section Huts Use and Booking Guidelines Policy that are said to be in current use and have read all the Huts information found on the website leading up to the reservation form.
  • I understand the Tantalus mountain range is extremely complex in nature. Navigating the terrain is very demanding and requires a strong group with extensive backcountry experience and impeccable decision making. There are large expanses of steep, open terrain, multiple overlapping avalanche paths, and minimal options to reduce exposure. Unless you’re absolutely confident in the skills of your group, please consider hiring a professional guide
  • I understand that the route from Tantalus Hut to Haberl Hut is not accessible by a summer trail and involves travel over glaciated and other hazardous terrain.
  • I understand the people using the boats at Tantalus Hut at Lake Lovely Water will use the provided life jackets and for children please take in your own life jackets and if no life jackets are available people will not use the boats.  The boats will not be loaned out to non booked in guests.
  • I understand the outflow creek adjacent to the Tantalus Hut is deep and fast flowing and adults should closely monitor children.
  • I understand the area around the Tantalus and Haberl Huts is rugged and not suitable for children.
  • I understand that I and all of my group are responsible for removing all of our garbage.
  • I understand that I and all of my group are responsible to clean the hut following the guidelines in the hut and the written instructions on the preceeding pages
  • I understand that dogs (or other pets) are not allowed in the Huts or tied up around the huts
  • I understand that I have fully read the Hut Use and Booking guidelines document and all preceding hut website pages for important information relevant to my stay and the upkeep of the Huts and that I have ensured the people in my booking have read them also.
  • I understand the risks involved with backcountry travel, and realize that navigation to and from the Tantalus and Haberl Huts, as well as proper safety management for this trip, is my responsibility.
  • I understand that ensuring potable drinking water is my responsibility
  • I understand after March 1st until the end of ski season, Wag bags or another method of Human waste removal at the Haberl Hut maybe required to be taken in as a backup should the outhouse be buried by snow or otherwise not accessible.  All waste to be flown out along with all your garbage upon departure.  (Wag bags can be purchased at MEC or other outdoor stores)
  • I understand the ACC Vancouver Section at anytime may make changes to any aspect of this document (including the cancellation policy or huts rates).  It is up to the user to familiarize themselves with it and review it frequently for any changes.
  • I understand the lock code will be sent as late as the night before my trip as it can change frequently and if I have not received it, it is the responsibility of my group booking person to reach out and request it using the confirmation email and with this the ACC and the user will both take responsibility to ensure the code is sent. 
  • I understand Tantalus Hut cellular access on the highpoint of the emergency helipad just beyond the outhouse is possible at times and that sometimes calls and texts work and that Emails can be attempted should communication be necessary with the ACCV as Email their mode of communication. 
  • I understand any emergency should be directed to 911 or to my emergency contact to initiate a SAR call out and that preparedness for backcountry travel is the responsibility of the hut users with which we must provide our own reliable mode of communication for emergencies. 
  • I understand mine and my groups cell numbers and emails are required for booking and will be given to search and rescue/emergency services or to COVID tracking services should I or someone in my group or on our behalf initiates a search or one of us becomes ill with COVID.


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