Lodges and Huts
Clair Tappaan Lodge
Located in the Sierra Nevada of California, the Clair Tappaan Lodge is the Sierra Club's flagship lodge. Built in the 1930s. this lodge offers facilities for year round recreation. The lodge offers a network of nearby trails and is only a mile hike from the well known Pacific Crest Trail.
Built in the Yosemite valley in 1904, the Leconte Lodge sees around 16,000 visitors per year. The lodge offers public programs, educational displays, and a library collection to present and promote conservation.
Built in 1977, the McDonald Hut is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The hut was built to inspire the development of trails and huts from the Golden Gate National Recreation Area to Santa Cruz.
Shasta Alpine Lodge
A historic lodge owned by the Sierra Club Foundation located at Horse Camp in Mount Shasta. Horse camp was the starting point for John Muir during his climb up the mountain in 1874.
San Antonio Ski Hut
This ski hut was built in 1937 by the ski Mountaineers. It is located at an elevation of 8300 feet after a steep 3 mile hike and a 2200 foot elevation gain. The hut includes a fully equipped kitchen, cookware, running water and solar lighting.
San Diego Chapter
The small cabin was destroyed in the Chariot fire. Due to the age of the building, the site is now considered a health hazard by the Forest Service and the Sierra Club. The Chapter is in the process of having an environmental analysis of the area done to determine what toxic contaminants exist and to what extent.