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North Creek Cabin #3856
Type: Building_Hut Elevation: 1240 m (4068 ft)
Location:   50.64552,-123.23647     50:38:44, -123:14:11   10U 483281 5610434
(11 km N of Mouth of North Creek). (4 km NW of Mount Delilah).
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Bridge-Lillooet Divide


Large club built alpine valley cabin. Sleeps 12-18. The cabin is located high up in the North Creek valley. Himmelsbach style hut built by the BCMC. Sleeps 12-18 people. Reservations can be made through the BCMC website. Hut contains a two burner white gas stove, wood stove, 2 lanterns, benches and tables. The hut is kept locked, the key for the hut can be obtained from the BCMC cabin chairperson. User charges of $10 per person per night are requested from non-members and are applied towards cabin maintenance. Club members have free use of the huts. BCMC parties and BCMC members have priority use of the hut.

Access: Easiest summer access is by using the new (summer 2008) North Creek trail, which starts at the North Creek Main East FSR. The trail is located on the eastern side of North Creek. Follow the trail until it arrives at the North Creek (main creek draining the Boomerang and other glaciers). Cross this creek, as well as the creek flowing from the Pebble Glacier. The hut is located on higher ground just inside the forest.

Access in winter is usually by helicopter from Pemberton.

Trip Reports within 1 km
32 2008.08.09 Hiking the North Creek Trail - east side Route John Halliday
27 1999.09.01 North Creek trail clearing - summertime Paul Kubik
45 1999.05.01 North Creek to Pebble Creek ski Paul Kubik

Bulletins

Placename Photos
3 North Creek Cabin - BCMC Xmas Ski Trip, Fresh Powder Steve Grant
2 North Creek Cabin - BCMC Xmas Ski Trip, Slide Alder Steve Grant