.On February 2nd, 7 us skied up to the Burn Hut. One fellow had a technical issue with his skis & turned back early. The rest of us had a moderate, yet enjoyable, challenge of skiing the 6 or so miles, up a well defined route (most of the way), while carrying our packs of necessary & indulgent items. The hut was clean & efficient, sort of rustic Bauhaus in its design. I attributed our group's completely positive dynamic to the structural integrity of the cabin as well as its placement within the aspen forest environment found in this part of the Uncompahgre Nationall Forest. Our touring ski day trip between nights was spectacular (if you're into cross-country skiing like we are -3 of our group hit the slopes, where they said they made some nice turns, & me & 2 went off touring). Getting reservations set up for our 2 night stay was easy. Getting waivers signed & scanned/faxed back was the trickiest part. Because I'm lazy & forgetful, I had the hardest time mailing the key back after the trip but they were cool about it. :. didn't charge me 10bucks for sending it back 10 days late like a note in the info says they will. Very fun time had by all. And done on a dime - 25bucks a nite per person to be precise. Highly recommended for the above average athletically able, moderately adventurous nature lover. Plus they're dog friendly!
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