Canadians use backcountry log cabins for adventure

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A Canadian website has been exploring the type of breaks people can enjoy while staying in a log cabin.

Fast Forward Weekly explained that the Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) has more than 20 backcountry log cabins across British Colombia and Alberta.

The adventure accommodations are usually accessible only by skiing, hiking, climbing or other intrepid means.

Warmer and safer than a tent, the rustic wooden huts provide shelter in areas of "absolutely breathtaking" beauty.

While not as luxurious as a hotel or even a hostel, the log cabins provide a place to stay in isolated areas that only the most adventurous will get to see.

One of the highlighted huts is the Elk Lakes Cabin, which sleeps up to ten and is well-equipped with nearby fresh water.

It is reached by a three-to-four hour ski from Peter Loughheed Park in Kananaskis Country.

Meanwhile, the Illinois-based Hillsboro Journal-News has reported on a family that intend to renovate the old log cabin they inherited when they purchased their land.

Click here for more information on garden log cabins   - 19 November 2009
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