Site, Loop:001, TILLY JANE A-FRAME
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You are about to make a reservation for an Occupancy-Restricted Location.
This is a shared-occupancy site. Space is limited by the total number of occupants using the site. Availability above reflects the number of spaces left per night.
- Site Type: CABIN NONELECTRIC
- Site Reserve Type: Occupancy Restricted
- Site Access: Hike-In
- Hike In Distance to Site: 1320
- Checkin Time: 5:00 pm
- Checkout Time: 5:00 pm
- Type of Use: Overnight
- Min Num of People: 2
- Max Num of People: 20
- Max Group Capacity: 20
- Shade: Full
- Site Length: 48
- Site Width: 24
- Capacity/Size Rating: Single
- Site Height/Overhead Clearance: 20
- Num of Rooms: 5
- Proximity to Water: Springs
- Lean To/Shelter: Y
- Living Room: Y
- Deck: Y
- Non Smoking: Y
- Stove/Oven: Y
- Campfire Allowed: Y
- Fire Pit: Y
- Grills/Fire Ring: Y
- Location Rating: Prime
- Picnic Table: Y
- Site Rating: Basic
Know Before You Go
SiteThe cabin lock information will be within the "Security Alerts" section of your confirmation letter.
Please be advised there is NO Walk-In Availability at the Tilly Jane A-Frame.
The A-frame has a capacity of 20 people per night.
The A-frame often has occupants from several different groups staying in the structure at the same time.
If a reservation is made for two people for a single night, guests could potentially be sharing the cabin with 18 others from multiple different groups.
There is no electricity, water or sewer hook-ups at this facility.
Please bring your own drinking water. (No Potable Water).
Pots are supplied to melt snow only.
You must walk 1/4 mile (or 1,320 ft.) to access this site.
No parking on site.
Proximity to the spring is 100 ft.
Tilly Jane Creek runs year round near the cabin and water can be filtered from it. During the winter people generally melt snow. During the summer months the A-Frame is easily accessed by taking a short walk through the Tilly Jane Campground. During the winter months visitors ski up to the cabin following a 9 mile, gently sloping road, or ski up the Tilly Jane Trail, which is roughly 2.7 miles with an elevation gain of 1900 feet.