We love the Harvard Cabin !!!

Did you know that the Harvard cabin is owned and maintained by the Harvard University Mountaineering Club. This historical  cabin is located at the base of Huntington ravine. Legend has it that the cabin was originally built at the base of Tuckerman Ravine and was called the Spur Cabin. It was taken down and reassembled in it’s current location! It has become a sanctuary for Ice climbers and has been a climber base camp for years. It is heated with a wood stove, and has permanent propane cooking stoves. Cost is $15/person/night to stay inside, with max occupancy of 16. Campsites accommodating up to 20 people are available nearby for $10/person/night, and campers may NOT use cabin facilities. So if your taking an IMCS overnight mountaineering course or venturing to Huntington on your own be sure to stay at the Harvard Cabin!