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* '''Mar 26-28, 2011''' Party of 7+, [[Mel's_26-27_March_2011_Sphinx_Snowshoe| VOC Trip]], organizer: mel at meltan dot ca
 
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About Hut Registration

If you know you will be at a VOC Hut at a given time please post here to let people know. Note that this is not a reservation and does not grant you exclusive use, or even priority over others who may not have posted, but it's "the right thing to do." Registering here will help prevent multiple large groups from arriving at the hut at the same time. The rule for VOC huts is that there is always room for one more (this works both ways).

There is no priority based on order of registration. Feel free to register yourself anyway even if the hut is already at or near capacity, just be prepared to deal with the situation if it turns out to be crowded. Not all parties who register to use a hut actually end up going, so there is some leeway for "overbooking".

We suggest non-VOC members give a donation of $5 per person per night, you could send it to us or put it in the blue lock box inside the hut (Note: the Burton Hut in Sphinx Bay does not have a donation box, as it is within Garibaldi Park, but we still maintain it, and your donation is welcome).

Registration vs. Reservation

Remember - it's not a reservation. You are registering not only to tell people that you are going, but also to receive information in case the hut gets too full for your liking. That's why you need to include your contact information (for example with a link to your user:talk page using ~~~~ or ~~~). Feel free to register far in advance, but remember that other people may plan trips on a different timescale (especially VOC types, who are categorically disorganized students who think 2 weeks out counts as advanced planning).

The VOC frequently organizes trips to our huts on short notice - we're a large club and demand for these trips is high. VOC members are very tolerant of cramped conditions in our huts. If you would prefer to avoid crowded situations, please register below so the VOC and other users can contact you to coordinate use.

If you'd rather a free-for-all with no communication, try BC Parks. If you'd like real reservations then try the Alpine Club of Canada.

How to Register

  • Sign in to the VOCWiki on the log in page. You may need to create an account, which can be done from the log in page. Include your email address in your account information. It will not be exposed to the public but it will allow people to contact you with the "email this user" feature.
  • Edit this Wiki page using the edit tab. Or just edit the subsection you want to change using the edit buttons to the right of each heading. See help:contents for help with editing the wiki.
  • Add a line to the appropriate hut section with your registration. Include the following information:
    • The date you plan to use the hut
    • The size of your group. Do not describe your party size as "hut full". This isn't a very good descriptor - it's way too subjective. Try and give some real numbers, even if it's only an estimate or a range. We don't ask that you're so specific, but please try and estimate a number and update that to be as accurate as you can. VOC trips, in particular, can usually be found on the trip agenda - so you can see not only how many people are coming, but probably even what they're names are and who's driving (if the organizer is keen they will have a link directly in the hut registration page).
    • Your contact information - your phone number, email address, or a link to your user or user:talk page (easily created with ~~~~ or ~~~). If you have registered your email with the VOCWiki, other people can contact you through your user:talk page without revealing your email address.
  • If your chosen date becomes too busy for your liking, you may move your registration to another date.
  • Update your registration if any details about your group change
  • Remove your registration after your trip is complete.

Brew Hut Registration

The Brew Hut sleeps 12 in relative comfort. In a pinch there is enough space for 16 to sleep in the loft and 3 more on the sleeping bench downstairs, with nobody on the wet floor, but it's very tight.

Date: group of X, contact information

  • Feb 5-6, 2011 - Group of 5 people (actually 4), convicts on release program, contact [email protected] put Convict Activity Program (CAP) in subject line
  • Feb 12-13, 2011 - VOC group, Contact charliedbeard at gmail dot com
  • Feb 25-28, 2011 - Group size ~ 6. contact jverschuyl at gmail dot com
  • Mar 5-6, 2011 - VOC group, contact phil dot tomlinson at gmail dot com
  • Mar 4-6, 2011 - Group size ~ 5. contact csmcdougall at yahoo dot com
  • Mar 12-13, 2011 - Group size 9 - contact ecmorris at gmail
  • Mar 25-27, 2011 - Group size ~6 - contact tse_stan at hotmail dot com (yes, this is a second try on a trip up here after an avy forecast of high, high, considerable forced us to cancel our earlier planned trip)

Brian Waddington Hut Registration

The Brian Waddington Hut can handle about 24 people in the loft upstairs. We discourage people from going up there between August 15 and October 15 as the grizzly bears up there need a little privacy at this time.

Date: group of X, contact information

Burton Hut Registration

The Burton Hut sleeps 10 comfortably and 15 is cozy. Make sure Garibaldi lake is frozen before you try to cross it. Typically it is frozen by the start of February.

Date: group of X, contact information

  • Feb 5-6 - Group of 7 people, contact slb8 at SFU dot ca
  • Feb 7-9, 2011 Party of six to eight, organizer: Amy, [email protected]
  • Feb 14-15, 2011 Party of five, weather permitting rwburton at rogers.com
  • Feb 16-20, 2011 Sphinx_Ski_Camp_2011 - hut will be full of smelly VOCers - organizer: Phil - phil dot tomlinson at gmail dot com
  • Feb 19-20 2011 Party of 3 --- jjlucido dot gmail dot com John
  • Feb 20-21, 2011 Party of 3 [email protected]
  • Mar 5-6, 2011 -CROSSNA group of 12 - organizer: Gloria, [email protected]
  • Mar 12-13, 2011 Party of 4, weather permitting. -Canceled-
  • Mar 19-20, 2011 Party of 4, weather permitting. yijia, [email protected]
  • Mar 19, 2011 Vancouver ACC party of unknown size, via Neve -- Behnam
  • Mar 26-28, 2011 Party of 7+, VOC Trip, organizer: mel at meltan dot ca
  • Apr 9-10, 2011 BCMC group of ~10. Contact Philip: philiprk at shaw.ca

Harrison Hut Registration

The Harrison Hut can handle about 15 people. In winter the road from Pemberton to Meager will likely not be driveable, making the (winter) access long. As of August 2010 the Meager Creek FSR has been destroyed by a large landslide.