New cabin in Alpine terrain, stove, sleeps up to 20. Tenquille Lake - West End. The old hut was replaced in 2011 with a new hut built with support from various community groups, including the Pemberton Wildlife Association. There is a wood burning stove. There are two approaches from the Upper Lillooet River Road, the Upper Tenquille Lake Trail and Lower Tenquille Lake Trail. It is also possible to approach the area from roads in Tenquille Creek to the east, which are accessed by forest service roads off the highway between Mt. Currie and Darcy, snow conditions permitting. $10 donation per person per night requested, collection box inside hut.
There are about 10 foamies, large amounts of plates, cutlery, mugs, pots, pans, utensils etc. Sink and slop bucket. Solar powered lights. Coleman stoves that use the small green propane tanks.
Two outhouses, roof of one damaged by 2017 snow load.
Trip Reports within 1 km
23 2015.07.27 Traverse from Tenquille Lake to Snout Peak Evan Guilbault
50 2012.11.07 Tenquille Lake and Mountain - Snowshoeing Dominique Goineau
31 2012.01.14 New Tenquille Lake Hut via South Tenquille Trail Tim Gage
68 2009.05.20 The Broken Ski Tour: Railroad Pass to Tenquille Lake Sandra McGuinness
55 2009.05.20 Goat -Tenquille Circumnavigation on Skis Robin Tivy
45 2007.08.05 The Ronayne "Trail" Traverse - And a Few Mistakes Dennis Brown
46 2004.07.30 Tenquille Lake, Fossil pass, down to Tenas Creek Chris Begley
43 2001.02.17 Bralorne-Tenquille Ski Traverse Fred Touche
2012.02.01 Tim Gage - More info on this Hut
This hut is maintained by the Pemberton Wildlife Association. For more info, go here: http://www.pembertonwildlifeassociation.com/news/2011/8/31/tenquille-lake-cabin-rules/
2012.01.23 Tim Gage - Hiked up to new cabin with snowshoes
We hiked up to the cabin with snowshoes from the bridge over the Lillooet River. The new hut is great, with a nice wood burning stove. However no firewood is provided. Furthermore the stove pipe is way to short because it was completely covered by snow and therefore blocked. There was only about three or four feet of snow on the roof so this is a major design oversight. We could not figure out how to get on the roof to clear it, so it was a cold night. See Trip Report
2011.08.06 Benoit Landry - New cabin being built
On the week-end of August 6-7 we enjoyed the sound of a helicopter coming in 23 times to drop materials, as well as a lot of hammering. A crew of some 20 people worked all day from 8am until 7:30pm then all day sunday to erect the structure of the new cabin, built on the site of the (dismantled) old cabin. A large work party will be there on the week-end of August 13-14 so if you want peace and quiet.. stay away! Otherwise for info regarding volunteering or donations: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tenquille-Lake-Cabin/139756616035967