Backcountry Adventure for all Seasons

MTB Bike Huts

The original hut to hut biking at its best. Enjoy open
country & beautiful single-track.

Hiking Huts
Skiing Huts

Warm, dry huts separated by ski and snowshoe
adventures. What could be better?

Our mountain huts hold eight people per night. The wooden huts are equipped with padded bunks, sleeping bags, a propane cook stove, propane light, wood stove, and necessary utensils, cookware, food and drinking water. Food supplies are replenished regularly, and each hut is equipped with a composting toilet facility.

San Juan Hut Cuisine

(There’s more than Dinty Moore)

San Juan System Huts are generously stocked with a staggering variety of delicious and healthy foods. Along with propane stoves and a large collection of cookware you’re sure to be inspired to whip up a gourmet feast at the end of your long biking day.

Have issues with gluten? We now offer wheat and gluten-free options to our standard hut food.

Vegetarian? Don’t worry, you will be able to make protein rich meals to refuel your body.

Unfortunately due to high heat causing spoilage, we are not able to stock fresh vegetables, bread, cheese or bacon at the Wedding Bell and Gateway huts. At the Paradox Hut, we are working with local organic gardeners to supply the hut with fresh veggies when in season.

Freshies

Bacon, eggs, cheese, butter, apples, oranges, potatoes, onions, garlic, bread, corn tortillas, flour tortillas.

Breakfast

Beacon, eggs, cheese, butter, fresh apples, fresh oranges, fresh potatoes, fresh garlic, jelly, pancake mix, syrup, Almond granola, Honey Bunches of Oats, Cheerios, Raison Bran, oatmeal, grits, Cream of Wheat, Malt-O-Meal, powdered milk, locally (Ridgway) roasted coffee, tea, hot chocolate.

Lunchies

Sandwich makings (cheese, mayo, mustard, tuna, salmon, chicken, peanut butter, almond butter, jelly), walnuts, pecans, almonds, trail mixes and GORP, dried fruit (apricots, Craisins, dates) Club Crackers, Graham Crackers, Goldfish, pretzels, tortilla chips, cookies, Cliff Bars, canned peaches/ pears/mandarin oranges, Snickers, Baby Ruth, Almond Joy, Salted Nut Rolls, MilkyWay, fresh fruit (apples and oranges).

Dinner

Spaghetti, pasta spirals, rice noodles, basmati rice, brown rice, couscous, polenta, quinoa, macaroni & cheese, chicken noodle soup, tomato soup, cream of mushroom soup, ravioli, chili, beef stew, asparagus, peas, green beans, corn, olives, green chiles, diced tomatoes, green chile sauce, tomato sauce, tomato paste, alfredo sauce, pesto sauce, black beans, baked beans, refried beans, olive oil, fresh potatoes, fresh onions, fresh garlic, corn chips, cheese, corn and flour tortillas.

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The Pros & Cons of Shipping your Bike

The Pros & Cons of Shipping your Bike

Riding your bike is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in a new place. Planning on riding with us, San Juan Huts, you'll likely be asking the question: Should I fly with my bike, ship it, or should I go cross country to my destination? Which bike case should I use? Box or case? What are the pros and cons to my options? Taking a road trip would be my choice, but not everyone can get a week off of work plus time it takes to get to your destination.

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The La Sals are getting ready for our first ever road riders on the Tour of the Canyons this May! 3 day 2 night ride from Grand Junction to Moab.
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On the way to work:)
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Kristin with a big load of canned goods coming down from Last Dollar for end of season tear down.
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End of season BBQ. Here is to the crew that made it a great season and kept the huts fully stocked with food and running smoothly!
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Latest Chirps...

As of this morning the closure around the 416 Fire has been reduced and both the Standard Route (from Purgatory Mountain Resort) and the singletrack Alternate (on the Colorado Trail) are open.

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We have received some good rains that are helping tamp down the fire (near the start of the Durango Route) with more moisture in the forecast. Here is a link to the latest fire update. facebook.com/416Fire/videos…

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The stage 3 fire ban is lifted in the San Juan National Forrest. The 416 fire is still burning. Riders on the Durango to Moab Route need to access the first hut from the Rico / Lizard Head Pass area. All other huts and routes are running as normal. Stage 2 fire ban in effect.

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