Hike In Lodges

Old May 29th, 2006, 05:06 PM
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Hike In Lodges

Does anybody know of any more Hike In Lodges in the United States and Canada beside the below listing:

Skoki Lodge in Banff National Park
Sperry Chalet in Glacier Park
Granite Park Chalet in Glacier
Bearpaw Meadow Camp in Sequoia National Park
Twin Falls Chalet in the Canadian Rockies
LeConte Lodge in Great Smoky Mountains
Len Foote Hike Inn Georgia
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Old May 29th, 2006, 05:13 PM
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The High Sierra Camps in Yosemite.

Phantom Ranch in the Grand Canyon.
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Old May 30th, 2006, 02:48 AM
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Are there any hike in lodges in New England, Rockies or Sierra Nevada Mtns.
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Old May 30th, 2006, 01:54 PM
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The web page for Sperry & Granite Park Chalets in Glacier National Park www.sperrychalet.com indicates that they are completely full thru end of season at Sperry and only have openings on Sept 4,5 & 6 at Granite.
You need to call LeConte for availability at 865-429-5704.
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Dowab,

Glacier Natl Park is in the Rockies. Yosemite is in the Sierras.
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Yes I know Glacier Natl Park is in the Rockies and Yosemite is in the Sierras. I was hoping to find some other hike in lodges in those ranges.
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I have been to all of them except Skoki.
Do you have any specific questions I can answer. I have been the most to Twin Falls. I will tell you now that it is rustic with no electricity or running water. Cooking is over a wood stove and you sleep in a sleeping bag on a foam pad.

Not a place for everybody!!
But, I have been there at least 5 times. I think I may have lost count; could be 6.
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I just received an announcement for a new one in the Sierras, just outside Sequoia National Park:
www.SequoiaHighSierraCamp.com

Pricy---$225 per person a day, but that includes meals. The hike in is either 1.5 miles, or 11 miles, depending where you start.
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