Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the Bonnington Huts will be temporarily closed effective immediately. Such measures are in line with direction from the provincial health officer and are for the safety of our partners, volunteers, staff and visitors.
Where access to overnight shelters or day use facilities is required due to an immediate safety concern, access to those facilities will not be prohibited. In this event, adequate precautions must be taken such as, but not limited to: disinfecting all contact surfaces upon arrival and departure and using a small amount of bleach to clean dishes. Leave nothing behind.
This reservation and fee payment system means you can be sure you have a bed when you arrive at the cabins, and we can continue to maintain and improve the cabins.
Please use the cabins respectfully and enjoy your stay. Read the cabin rules.
Please choose your reservation date carefully – there are NO refunds once a cabin is booked.
As of September 1st 2017, hut booking fees are $15 per person/per night.
Public Hut Bookings
Going for a hike and want to book one or more of our cabins? You can book online today!
Commercial Hut Bookings
Are you a qualified Mountain Guide, leading a group and interested in staying with us during your trip through the Bonningtons?
Check out our commercial use section for more information.
Warning: There is a possibility of vehicle break-ins and thefts from the Bombi and Porto Rico parking lots. We advise people to not leave their vehicle there and to make other travel arrangements for drop-off and pick-up. Some local options are:
- Natasha Lockey
Mountain Shuttle Rossland
Phone: 250 231 4305
Rossland’s dedicated Shuttle Service
- Castlegar taxi
- Natasha Lockey
Accessing the Bonnington Cabins requires both good navigational and avalanche skills. The Avalanche Terrain Exposure Scale (ATES) for this area is Complex. Please be prepared and exercise caution.
Please check the avalanche conditions for Kootenay / Boundary region
- Remember, please pack out what you pack in.
- PLEASE do not leave behind any Food or Garbage in the Cabins as it attracts Rodents.
- There are new Propane Camp Stoves and Propane Lanterns in all the cabins for this winter. The trouble is WE DO NOT SUPPLY ANY FUEL. Users are required to bring their own propane fuel canisters. Propane/Butane can be problematic in cold temperatures. For those that prefer using White Gas, those stoves and lanterns are still there as well. The propane bottles are the 1 lb. Coleman bottles.
- Fire wood supply at the huts is not guaranteed. People using the cabins should be prepared in the event all the wood has been used up.