Wallowa Alpine Huts
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Welcome to Oregon’s “Little Switzerland”, the Wallowa Mountains. We invite you to join us for a unique backcountry skiing experience in the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area. The Wallowa’s intercontinental snowpack, in excess of 400 inches a winter, provides wide open bowls, old growth glades, and classic couloirs. Ringed in by peaks just shy of 10,000 feet, our ski terrain boasts abundant north-facing powder slopes ensuring fresh tracks well after a storm plus non-technical summits. We offer four day long-weekender trips or five day mid-weeker trips. You will have large cozy yurts, delicious food, a sauna, and dry Wallowa powder all to yourself. Hosted trips are lead by guides with years of experience outfitting backcountry ski trips in the Wallowas and beyond. Our McCully Basin camp at 7500 ft elevation sits 1.5 miles inside the northeastern Eagle Cap Wilderness Area. Our newest camp, Norway, sits at 7000 ft on the southwestern edge of the Wilderness Area. So if you would like to join us for some great wilderness area skiing and the time of your ski season, drop a line or give us a call at: (541)-398-1980.
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