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2021 Season 

The Burdette Cabin is set to open up February 12th so long as COVID doesn't shut us down by then. We will start taking bookings for the 2021 season on January 1st on a first come first serve basis. Write to to make bookings from Jan 1st onwards.


The prices are $25 per person per night for members and $35 per person per night for non-members. There is room for 6 people. You will need to take along foamys and sleeping bags.

There are NO dogs allowed


Motorized vehicles are prohibited beyond the trail signs labeled "no motorized vehicles beyond this point" within the Burdette valley as the upper valley is a protected area and is officially a non motorized vehicle zone.

Thank you for helping us keep this area as pristine as possible.

About Us

The Atlin Alpine Society is made up of a group of outdoor enthusiasts from Atlin who have come together to welcome people from all over the world to join us in our beautiful town and awe inspiring surroundings. It is our goal to help provide exciting outdoor experiences while keeping our pristine natural beauty intact. 

Good News

The Burdette Cabin is open again but with specific rules pertaining to the Covid 19 pandemic, these are the Core Guidelines we must follow:

Core Guidelines:


  • Stay home if you feel unwell or are experiencing symptoms of illness

  • Wash your hands with soap and water and/or use hand sanitizer

  • Maintain social distancing of 2m; where 2m distancing is not possible, use masks.

  • No intermingling of groups:

    • Reservations for cabins can be taken for one group only of friends/family;

    • Combinations of groups to reach maximum occupancy is not permissible;

    • Group size maximum is 6 occupants 

  • Cabin surfaces (counters, benches, tables) to be cleaned and sanitized regularly, and a thorough clean and sanitation is required when leaving cabin at end of stay – this is the responsibility of the group using the cabin

  • Partnership groups are required to have signage in place clearly displaying conditions of cabin use(as above) to mitigate risk of transmission of COVID-19

  • Partnership groups are to keep records of cabin occupants (each group member)