Ghost Menu

Exploring the world of trails, huts and other shelter systems (e.g. inns, B&B's, hostels, cabins, yurts, tents, pods, tree houses, caves, etc.) supporting long distance walkers & skiers → how they operate around the world → honoring & learning from the people who start & operate them → building international community and conversation → towards a sustainable, environmentally sensitive outdoor accommodations & education infrastructure for USA → all in service to cultivating environmental education and a broad-based ethos of biophilia through immersive experiences in the natural world.

Red Hut, built by Rodolf Wigley, tourism pioneer and entrepreneur, c. 1916
Ivory Lake Hut, a science hut constructed to support a team of glaciologists and hydrologists studying this retreating glacier.
Frew Saddle Bivouac, two bunk bivvy built for NZ Forest Service deer cullers
Tarn Ridge Hut, 16 bunk replacement high mountain built by DOC
Broome Hut In Summer - D Maddox photo
Associated with the 1966-67 Freedom Walks on Milford Track
Blue Range Hut built by Masterton Tramping Club in 1958
Waipakihi Hut, Lockwood style architecture, NZ Forest Service
Roaring Stag Lodge II, originally built by a club, NZ Deerstalkers Association, over a period of four years.  Rebuilt by DOC in 2005.
Asbestos Hut, mining hut, 1914, for 36 years the home of two lovers who exiled themselves here to escape unhappy marriages.
[sp_responsiveslider limit="-1"]

Tag Archives | Kerry Way

Derrynane National Park and Bay Photo by Peter Craine, via Wikimedia Commons

Kerry Way Case Study

Case Study: Kerry Way, Ireland July 2016 By Sam Demas with advice from Patricia Deane, Rural Recreation Officer Purpose, methodology, and notes These case studies are building blocks towards a broader “Country Study” examining long distance walking in Ireland. The intent of the case studies is to paint a picture of the most salient features […]

Continue Reading
Derrynane National Park and Bay Photo by Peter Craine, via Wikimedia Commons

Trip Report: Kerry Way, Ireland

Trip Report: Kerry Way May 2016 Overview: The Kerry Way affords beautiful coastal views, passes through upland moors and bucolic agricultural areas, and passes under Ireland’s highest mountain and one if its most spectacular mountains ranges, the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks. The full Kerry Way is 130 miles long, beginning at Killarney and proceeding inland towards Glenbeigh, after […]

Continue Reading
hut2hut.info

hut2hut.info