Please keep in mind that we are providing a rustic backcountry experience! Also note that cell phone reception is limited along the route and at the Tiny Home as well.
All items with an * we have available for rent, all items with an ** we have available for purchase
Travel method: skis (XC or Backcountry), splitboard and skins, or snowshoes (make sure all equipment is durable and in good working condition before leaving). *We do have XC skis, boots, and poles available for rent.
Headlamp/flashlight with extra batteries**
Small personal first-aid kit**
Leatherman or knife
NOTE: The route into the Tiny Home is along a groomed road, is direct, and has no avalanche concerns. Please consider the following items if you are planning on day excursions into the backcountry.
All necessary safety equipment for traveling in avalanche territory, including beacons, probes, shovels with the knowledge of how to use them*
Map(s) of the area**
CLOTHING AND PERSONAL GEAR
Layered clothing – preferably not cotton – Long johns, thermal tops, insulating layers
Wool Socks – 1 pair per day**
Extra pair of lighter gloves/mittens**
Loungewear – soft pants, cozy sweaters, warm socks
Indoor shoes/slippers/down booties
Personal Care Items: toothbrush & toothpaste, deodorant, sunscreen, feminine products, ibuprofen and any other medications you require. Ear plugs in the case of noisy bunk mates.
Entertainment items: Books, games, etc. We stock some games and regional books
Food for all meals including seasonings and oils (at the beginning of the season the Tiny Home is stocked with some essentials, but we do not guarantee supply upon your arrival).
All beverages, coffee and tea**
Insulated travel mug
Water: In the winter, we do not provide water but supply large melting pots and gravity fed water purification system. You are also welcome to bring purification tablets if you would like.
NOTE: For any food shopping needs there is a grocery Blue Mountain Foods, 64 W Center St, Monticello, UT 84535 in town.
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND: