The Mount Remo Backcountry Society maintains the Larsen Ridge cabin which is situated in beautiful alpine setting in the Terrace area. The terrain surrounding the cabin is ideal for backcountry skiing during the winter months and hiking/mountaineering in the summer. The area where the cabin is located receives massive amounts of snow each winter making for a exceptionally long ski season. The Larsen Ridge cabin is accessible via a short helicopter flight from the Terrace Kitimat Airport.
Following the tragic deaths of two of the MRBS's founding members the club decided to build a cabin in their names. In the spring of 1999 work on the Larsen Ridge Cabin began and on August 24, 2002 the cabin was officially opened. Earlier that same year the MRBS entered into a management agreement with the Ministry of Forests to operate the cabin and collect user fees to cover annual operating expenses.
The Larsen Ridge Cabin is 12'x16' in area and made from Western Red Cedar logs. A deck in the front provides plenty of room for the extra gear and the sleeping loft provides enough room for six people to sleep comfortably. The wood stove provides enough heat to keep the cabin cozy during the winter months and the propane stove makes cooking a breeze.
ABSOLUTELY NO COMMERCIAL OPERATION OR COMMERCIALLY GUIDED GROUPS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.