The Historic Wasatch Mountain Lodge

A National Historic Site Founded By the
Wasatch Mountain Club in 1929 in Brighton, Utah

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Be a part of the Wasatch Mountain Lodge's history

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Our lodge is available for day-long and overnight rentals. To learn more about our accomodations, visit our VRBO page.

Nation's Best Skiing

Nestled in the Wasatch Mountain range, the Lodge can boast some of the nation's best skiing right outside its front door.

Mountain Wilderness

Our rustic lodge feels right at home tucked in among the pines and flowing mountain streams. Trails, alpine lakes, and summits are a short hike away.

Help Preserve History

A building doesn't get this old without needing some updates along the way. Your donations help us preserve and maintain the building as it was in 1929.

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Preserving Mountaineering History

In 1929, the early founding members of the Wasatch Mountain Club, built the Lodge as an overnight and weekend destination, when travel in and out of the canyon was significantly more difficult. In fact, the early members of the club built the first rope tow at Brighton for their weekend adventures, which later became the chair lifts of the resort. The Lodge is one of the only remaining original log buildings in the Brighton area. It's history and importance, has made it to the National History Register for buildings.

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We Need Volunteers!

We're always on the lookout for volunteers. If you'd like to learn more about how you can help the Lodge, contact us today!

Help Us Preserve the Lodge

Maintaining the Lodge doesn't come cheaply, but with your donations we can make sure it stands for another 75 years. Please consider donating using the box below. If you'd like to learn more on how you can donate to the lodge contact our Treasurer.