Huts


The North London Office in October, 2018, following a $35K stabilization effort
In relatively good condition, the North London Office once served as an office to the North London Mining Company. North London Mill Preservation, Inc.(NoLo) is working to rehabilitate it as a backcountry hut, similar to those of the 10th Mountain Division Hut System. It will be available to the public for overnight use. 
Working with architects from form+works design group and contractors from A&M Renovations, NoLo has secured major funding for the rehabilitation of the Office from History Colorado and the Gates Family Foundation, and is working closely with the USFS South Park Ranger District, and the Park County Offices of Planning and Zoning, Historic Preservation, and Recreation Development


 In October, 2018, NoLo completed a $35K stabilization of the Office. Work continues during the summer of 2019, with a $200K budget to complete 
the foundation and exterior of the historic building.

Depending on demand, we will consider restoring or reconstructing other historic structures on the site for use as backcountry huts. 


Ken's Cabin, Boreas Pass (Summit Huts Assoc.)


Gates Hut, Eagle County, CO
McNamara Hut, Pitkin County, CO

All structures will be designed with sustainability in mind. Any development will be pursued with a commitment to preserving the historic character of the site, as well as addressing the long-term environmental impact of the mining industry through voluntary clean-up efforts and responsible stewardship of the land, air, and water.