Hut Etiquette

Simple Suggestions for a Happy Stay!

  • Leave the huts better than you found them; this means, please do not leave anything behind or take anything that does not belong to you, including maps, cookbooks, etc.
  • Remember you’re living communally; use only what you need and share common spaces (i.e. Kitchen, bathroom, patios, decks, etc.)
  • Respect others people’s personal belongings and personal space requirements
  • Keep device use on the D/L!
  • Be aware of your noise pollution and agree to follow set quiet times agreed upon by everyone at the hut
  • Please do not attempt to accommodate folks who have not made previous arrangements to stay at the huts. On-site booking is NOT available. If there are extra bed spots available, they MIGHT be able to be filled but they must call to reserve and pay for the space. If you do allow extra persons to join you without payment and approval you may be approached by our staff, you might be removed from the huts system and not allowed to return. You will also be charged for the additional persons.
  • We do not accept “walk-ins” so please do not permit walk-in campers to reside in the huts unless weather/adverse circumstances exist.
  • You may not skip huts or stay extra nights if not already agreed to and paid for in advance
  • Respect the huts; make cleanliness an utmost priority
  • Be considerate to all kinds of trail-based travelers. This includes knowing right-of-way etiquette
    a) Always yield. Hikers and Equestrians have the right of way.
    b) When approaching from the rear, slow down and announce your presence. Pass slowly and safely.
  • Above all else; Promise to pack Common Sense!

Updates

Utah’s New Hut System

New Hut System Links 190 Miles of Trail in Southern Utah Bikepacking that lets you go light on the ‘packing’ APRIL 25, 2021TESS WEAVER – Original Article – https://www.betamtb.com/travel/usa/new-utah-hut-system/ Jared Fisher, CEO of Las Vegas based bike touring company Escape Adventures and a bike shop owner in Las Vegas, Reno and Moab, has ridden  all over the

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Pet Friendly Vacations, A Hot Air Balloon, and a Luxury Bike Trip

Original article posted here – https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/04/21/lifestyle/pet-friendly-vacations-hot-air-balloons-luxury-bike-trip/ Enjoy a local paddle After a winter — and year — cooped up at home, get out and explore the local waterways. North Shore-based Coast to Coast Paddle, which offers kayak and standup paddleboard rentals in Beverly and Salem, opens its new Woburn location starting this Memorial Day weekend. Rent

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The 190 Mile Aquarius Trail

Original article posted here – https://adventuretraveller.co.nz/the-190-mile-aquarius-trail-hut-system-in-southern-utah-unveiled/ The NEW Aquarius Trail Hut System offers a backcountry mountain biking experience like no other in the region. A system of five huts furnished with beds, a bathroom, and a fully stocked kitchen has been strategically placed along a 190-mile route through some of Utah’s most scenic backcountry – spanning from

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Mountain Bike Hut-To-Hut Through Utah

Original Article posted here – https://www.wealthkingdom.co.uk/mountain-bike-hut-to-hut-through-southern-utahs-most-stunning-terrain/ The scale and grandeur of the backcountry mountain bike route make it hard to put in proper perspective, or capture in words. We’ll try though, with 190 miles through national parks, hoodoo-filled canyons, mountain goat-dotted meadows, and dramatic Southwestern desert scenery covered upon the ride from Brian Head to

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A New Utah Hut-To-Hut Mountain Bike Route

Original article posted here – https://www.mensjournal.com/adventure/mountain-bike-hut-to-hut-through-southern-utahs-most-stunning-terrain/ The scale and grandeur of the backcountry mountain bike route make it hard to put in proper perspective, or capture in words. We’ll try though, with 190 miles through national parks, hoodoo-filled canyons, mountain goat-dotted meadows, and dramatic Southwestern desert scenery covered upon the ride from Brian Head to Escalante, staying at the new

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Bikepacking the Aquarius Plateau

Riding gravel and singletrack trails while enjoying the comfort of hut life and house-cooked meals. Written by Ryan Salm Aquarius Trail   |  Ryan Salm – Original article posted here – https://www.visitutah.com/articles/bikepacking-across-the-aquarius-plateau After so much time spent staring at screens and dreaming about the future, the idea of hopping on a brand-new bike route seemed like

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Everything You Need to Know About Travel in 2021

Originally published in Outside Online February 1, 2021 We came up with a list of the people, places, and trends that matter now, from the rise of outdoor reservation systems and new mountain-biking meccas to where to thaw out this winter. Just because we haven’t been traveling doesn’t mean our favorite destinations weren’t busy creating new adventures, thinking

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Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius – original article posted here – https://www.adventurecycling.org/blog/age-of-aquarius/  Dan Meyer Jan 19, 2021 | Explore Once again, I got started late. After lingering over coffee, packing up my bike, and making sure the floors were swept and the doors locked, I found myself the last one at the hut. Which was fine. Solitude is a necessary

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What to Know About the Aquarius Hut System

Original article posted here – https://www.elevationoutdoors.com/go-outside/what-to-know-about-the-brand-new-aquarius-hut-to-hut-bike-trail-in-southern-utah/ This fall, a new string of huts was completed that hopes to open up a new route of exploration through Southern Utah. Designed specifically for bikers and known as the Aquarius Trail, it will become fully operation next spring, ready to serve as a legit hut-to-hut, cross-country experience or as

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Announcing the Aquarius Trail Hut System

“Providing a Utah backcountry experience with a hint of luxury.” The Aquarius trail and hut system will provide true backcountry experience with a hint of luxury for those thru-biking the 175-mile multi-purpose trail.

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Booking

We are currently taking reservations for the entire Aquarius Trail Hut System. 

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Lots of folks are gearing up for the Aquarius Trail this year. To help you prepare, here’s a rough breakdown of the terrain!
- 18% paved (mostly towards the end of the route)
- 22% graded dirt road
- 20% non-graded dirt road
- 19% double-track
- 21% single-track
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Lots of folks are gearing up for the Aquarius Trail this year. To help you prepare, here’s a rough breakdown of the terrain!
- 18% paved (mostly towards the end of the route) 
- 22% graded dirt road
- 20% non-graded dirt road
- 19% double-track 
- 21% single-track

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In about a month, we will have to re-evaluate our prices for 2022. But right now, you can still book the huts for 2021 and 2022 at the current pricing 😊
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In about a month, we will have to re-evaluate our prices for 2022. But right now, you can still book the huts for 2021 and 2022 at the current pricing 😊
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Unconfirmed: well deserved time in the Great Outdoors may cause fresh-air-fuled delirium. Only one way to find out 💁‍♀️
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