At a Glance
In Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, north of Nelson, BC
82F/14 (Slocan); Grid Reference:
2,340 m (7,670 ft)
NAD27 493207 5518983
49° 49' 24" / -117° 05' 40"
$25 members, $25 others
7km hike with 1,000 m elevation gain.
4-6 hoursHow to Book Check Availability
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Hiking and Mountaineering Destination in Kokanee Glacier Park
The Silver Spray Cabin was built in 1994 and is a great destination for strong hikers and mountaineers looking to explore this rugged and scenic corner of Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park. Kokanee Park is located in southeastern British Columbia’s Selkirk Mountains, a short distance north of Nelson. Sitting mostly above 1,800 metres in elevation, the park has three glaciers – Kokanee, Caribou, and Woodbury – which feed over 30 lakes and are the headwaters of many creeks.
The hut has propane cooking, lighting and heating. Cookware or dishware are provided. Sleeping is in the loft area on foam pads.
ACC Hut in BC Parks
The Silver Spray Cabin is one of five huts operated by the ACC which reside in the BC Parks jurisdiction. ACC Membership is not required to advance book or receive a discounted rate at these huts.
Other Huts in the Area
The Woodbury Cabin is located to the southwest and can be reached via the Woodbury-Silver Spray Traverse.
|Mattress pads provided, bring your own sleeping bag|
|Propane stovetops (propane supplied)|
|Propane lighting – propane is supplied|
|Wood stove – firewood is provided|