The Steed Hut
Please read our Hut Terms and Conditions prior to booking!
At 2320 meters, Siwash Mountain is the highest peak in the Bonnington Range, and the Steed Cabin, a snug wood cabin built by the KMC in 1995, lies due south of the summit of Siwash Mountain by a small tarn at 2100 meters. A loft in the cabin can sleep four or more (no foam mattresses), while the downstairs is equipped with table, bench seats and a wood stove. Basic cooking utensils (pots, pans, cups, bowls, plates, cutlery, etc.) are stored in a cupboard. There is also a two burner Coleman propane cook stove and Coleman propane lantern (take spare mantels). You will need to bring your own 1lb propane bottles for the stove and lantern. Dogs are no longer permitted at Steed hut. There is NO water at the Steed Cabin in either summer or winter. The area around the Steed Cabin is popular with snowmobilers, so expect to see snowmobilers when you are staying at the cabin.
In summer, access is via roads out of Bombi Summit. A four wheel drive vehicle is not necessary. It is possible to drive to a the head of Glade Creek, from here, it is between one and three hours of bushwhacking (thick bush with many black and grizzly bears in the area) to reach the cabin. Follow the following driving directions for summer access. Set your odometre to 0 on Highway 3 at Bombi Summit.
- 0 km = Munson Road and Highway 3
- 2.6 km = power line spur to (R)
- 3.7 km = Lower Munson to (L), stay (R)
- 3.9 km = West Munson to (L), stay (R)
- 5.4 km = East Munson to (R), stay (L)
- 6.3 km = spur to R, stay on mainline
- 6.4 km = spur to (R) is Grassy access
- 10.8 km = small pass, road enters from behind and (L), stay straight down the hill
- 11.0 km = road forks, go (R) to stay on Munson Road, (L) fork is North Munson
- 15.1 km = pass below Twin Peaks
- 18.9 km = fork in road, go (L)
- 22.6 km, = park here and walk the rest of the way.
Link to Bivouac.com page with WGS84 coordinates to Steed Hut: http://bivouac.com/FtrPg.asp?FtrId=555
In winter, it takes two days to reach the cabin via the Bonnington Traverse route.