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Just visited the cabin December 1 2018.  Most of the recently added equipment has been removed.  There is one working coleman stove, one propane lantern and no fuel and a couple of pots.  The road is once again getting overgrown with lots of slide alder.
 
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Revision as of 18:54, 3 December 2018

Lizzie Creek Cabin
Lizzie South East.JPG
Lizzie Creek Cabin (Summer 2017)
Overnight Capacity
Coordinates
Elevation 1610m
Fee None
Reservations No
Locked No
Access Lizzie Creek Cabin Trail
Built 1968
  • Naming the Mountains by George Richardson
  • Cabin sleeps eight comfortably. Two downstairs and six in the loft
  • New shutters have been installed. Please close them when leaving
  • Please shovel the roof in the winter. It takes the weight off the cabin
  • Please leave cut firewood for winter use only and use it sparingly.
  • Cabin has two Coleman stoves and a lantern (liquid fuel) and one propane lantern (1 lb green cylinders). BYOF
  • Some people fly in and some people ski in. Please consider posting you trip plans to "South Coast Touring" to avoid overcrowding the cabin.
  • There are lots of pots, pans, fry pans, cups, plates and utensils for 10.

Just visited the cabin December 1 2018. Most of the recently added equipment has been removed. There is one working coleman stove, one propane lantern and no fuel and a couple of pots. The road is once again getting overgrown with lots of slide alder.