Burnie Glacier Chalet
This mountain refuge was built by many friends in 2001. It is on the Kwees house territory of the Tsayu clan of the Wet'suwet'en, who graciously gave permission. Everything had to fly: the wood beams and timbers, the concrete, the windows, the furniture, the roofing, everything down to the last nail. The nearest road is 20 km and two mountain ridges away. The lodge sleeps eleven guests, two guides, and one cook. It is heated with wood and has running water and a small hydro turbine fed by a nearby mountain spring. It is your home away from home, in the mountains.