Our volunteer organization relies on the contributions of individuals like you. We pride ourselves on the free and low cost winter recreation opportunities we are able to provide to the public each year. The MTTA trails and huts are a winter playground for everyone to enjoy and we are proud to be the ones that maintain it for public use. If you would like to support us, please consider making a donation to MTTA. You can become a member, make online donations through PayPal or support us through AmazonSmile.
- South District reservations for overnight stays are now open online for the coming 2022-2023 season. Reservations fees remain at $15 per person per night, but are available to whole groups only ($90 for the Yurt/6 spots, $120 for High Hut/8 spots and $210 for Snow Bowl/14 spots). Please note that the huts remain closed to the public; only overnight reservation holders are allowed indoors.
- North District/92 Road Sno-Park is open as of today, December 2. Online reservations for Copper Creek Hut will open tomorrow at noon. Reservations will be made for individual spots, with fees at $15 per person per night. Please note that Copper Creek Hut will be open to the public during the day and overnight reservation holders should expect to share the common areas with day visitors and volunteers.
- Office currently remains closed to public access.
Our trails and huts are in a wilderness setting. Both day and overnight visitors need to be self reliant. More details on what to expect can be found on our FAQ page.
Weather conditions and forecast by the National Weather Service can be viewed here for: North District/Copper Creek Hut and South District/High Hut, Snow Bowl Hut and Yurt. Mountain weather and avalanche forecasts are available at NWAC.
Trail conditions and sno parks in use: volunteers post current updates on the MTTA Twitter account.
Board Meetings – Every 2nd Saturday in October, December, January and April.