Spearhead Huts

The purpose of the Spearhead Huts Project is to build three huts along the traverse (one on Pattison, another near Russet Lake, and one on Macbeth) to reduce the adverse environmental impacts presently caused by people recreating there.

The huts will be designed to comfortably accommodate 35-40 people, and be available to the general public at a low cost (approximately $20 – $30 per night). They will be built and operated using the best standards in the industry, and will minimize environmental impacts in the area.

After 10 years, thousands of hours of volunteer time and extraordinary generosity of some amazing people, the first of the three huts in the Spearhead Huts system has received final approval from BC Parks and construction has begun.

The second hut is almost fully funded with plans to break ground in summer 2019. In the name of JP Auclair, Alpine Initiatives plans to raise the remaining funds for the final leg of the project and the 3rd hut.