We have the only backcountry hut system in the Tetons and offer do-it-yourself yurt rentals to experienced parties who are proficient in route-finding, avalanche awareness, first aid, bivouac, and evacuation skills.
Yurt Rental Details for our Mountain Yurts. Please visit the Teton Canyon Yurt page for specifics for that yurt.
A “First-day Guide” is required if no one in your group has skied to the yurt previously (not applicable for Teton Canyon). The guide will familiarize you with the route, yurt operations, and ski terrain, as well as assess current snow and avalanche conditions. Additional guides, services, porters, and equipment are also available.
Our yurts are outfitted with sleeping bunks and pads for eight people: two double bunks and four single bunks. We recommend six people for the most comfortable experience, however the yurt will accommodate 8 participants.
A wood stove provide warmth and stainless steel boxes are used for melting snow for water on the wood stove. The kitchen is complete with pots and pans, a cast iron dutch oven, griddles, cups, bowls, plates, cutting boards, and utensils. A filter and cone aid in achieving the coffee buzz. Two propane lanterns provide light though you should bring headlamps for evening adventures and travel to our private sheltered pit toilet. We provide toilet paper, paper towels, bleach, soap, scrubbies and hand sanitizer, salt and pepper, and coffee filters.
Everyone in your party should be in good health and physical condition. Backcountry skiing is potentially hazardous and by renting our huts you acknowledge these risks and signify that each party member is prepared to endure the rigors of the winter environment.
2017-2018 Yurt Rental Rates
Our huts are rented by the night. When booking, please let us know how many nights not how many days. The following rental rates are for exclusive yurt use for your group up to 8 skiers or riders. The following rates do not include the 3% Forest Service user fee. Weekend rentals include Friday and Saturday nights and are always rented together as a two-night package.
HIGH SEASON RATES: Through March 31, 2018
Weekend: Commissary Ridge
$410/night plus 3% Forest Service user fee
(~$52 per person per night based on 8 participants)
Weekend: Baldy Knoll and Plummer Canyon
$425/night plus 3% Forest Service user fee
(~$55 per person per night based on 8 participants)
Weekday: Commissary Ridge
$375/night plus 3% Forest Service user fee
(~$48 per person per night based on 8 participants)
Weekday: Baldy Knoll and Plummer Yurt
$399/night plus 3% Forest Service user fee
(~$52 per person per night based on 8 participants)
LOW SEASON RATES: April 1, 2018 — April 15, 2018
Weekend Yurt Rental Rates
$385/night plus 3% Forest Service user fee
(~$50 per person per night based on 8 participants)
Weekday Yurt Rental Rates
$345/night plus 3% Forest Service user fee
(~$40 per person per night based on 8 participants)
• First-day Guide: $250 plus 3% Forest Service user fee
• Mountain Guide: $595/guide/day plus 3% Forest Service user fee for groups up to 4 people
• Porter $125/load (up to 45 pounds) plus 3% Forest Service user fee
• $35/night for each additional person (maximum: 10 people)
• Sleeping bag (cached at hut) with clean liner: $10/one night or $15/two nights
• Avalanche transceivers: $16/day
• Shovels: $7/day
• Probes: $7/day
Rules & Restrictions
• Everyone is required to read and sign our Acknowledgement of Risk Form. Download Form (PDF)
• Weekends are always sold as a two-night package.
• Trip leader must bring proof of Level 1 Avalanche Education completion.
• Unguided trips provide their own food, drink, first aid and repair kits, maps, climbing skins, sleeping bags, and avalanche safety equipment including transceivers, shovels, and probe. Sleeping bags and avalanche safety equipment can be rented from TBG with advanced notice.
• Make sure all member in your party are familiar with the “Yurty Things to Do.”
• Please carpool — parking is limited at the trailheads.
• Please no dogs at the yurts due to sanitary reasons.
• Check-in is after 11 am.
• Make sure that you read the check-out sheet and complete all tasks before you leave.
• Check-out tasks must be completed and groups packed up by 11 am on the last day.
• Please don’t leave any extra perishable food at the hut when you leave.
• Carry out all of your trash, gear, and trashed gear.
• Skiers need to respect and consider other National Forest users.
Reservations & Cancellations
A deposit of 50% is required to confirm your reservation. If the deposit is not received within two weeks of the date you made your reservation, we will open up your dates for rental to other interested parties. The balance is due one month prior to trip departure. Deposits are non-refundable but may be used as a credit toward another trip within the calendar year (calendar year 2017-2018) less a $75 cancellation fee. If you cancel your hut reservation after January 1, 2018 and we can not re-rent your dates, your deposit will be forfeited. You are responsible to know the number of nights for which you have rented the yurt. No refunds for early departures, snow conditions, avalanche hazard, getting lost, or failure to locate the yurt. Cancellations that occur within 30 days of departure date are subject to forfeiture of all monetary transactions.
Note: TBG does not guarantee the weather, snow conditions, or your group’s attendance, but we will strive to make the best of unforeseen situations.