The OPUS Hut is a completely self-sufficient and off-the-grid lodge that also boasts some of the country’s most spectacular mountain surroundings and all the amenities you need when the sun goes down after a long day of play. Swim and fish in alpine lakes, mountain bike the alpine roads and trails, or relax on the sunny deck – the possibilities are endless.
The Hut comes equipped with solar powered electricity and hot water, two wood burning stoves, indoor composting toilets, and plumbing, for those environmentally conscious that don’t want to “rough it” all the way.
OPUS Hut - Summer 2012
Lodging and Meals
This coming summer the OPUS Hut will be operated in a Bed and Breakfast style. All guests will be
served dinner and breakfast as part of their lodging fee. An afternoon soup will also be available and
included in that price. A resident hut keeper will be present to attend the hut and serve guests.
Bedding will continue to be offered in the alpine hut style : blankets are available to guests and
mattress and pillow covers are provided. Guests are expected to provide a sleeping bag liner or will be
able to rent one from the resident hutkeeper. Full bedding will also be available for an additional fee.
Includes, Soup, Dinner, Bed and Breakfast.
Bag Lunches will be available, as well as a short a la carte menu.
Dormitory spot - $70/person/night ; 16 spaces available
Private room - sleeps 3; $105/room + $35/person/night for meals ; 2 rooms available
Private Room - sleeps 5; $175/room + $35/person/night for meals ; 2 rooms available
Whole Hut overnight rental (sleeping capacity 16 max.) - $560.00 + $35.00/person for meals
The idea being that a couple may want the privacy of a separate room, and can get it by paying for
that extra spot.They only pay for meals for the actual guests not guest spaces. Same goes for two
couples or a small family of less than five, with the five space bedrooms.
Private Hut Rental – (No meals) $560/night + $500 damage deposit.