The Peter Grubb Hut
The Peter Grubb Hut was built in 1938/1939 by family and friends as a memorial to Peter Grubb. The hut has a wood-burning stove, a kitchen, and a wooden table. The 2-story hut can accommodate nearly 20 people but reservations are required from the Sierra Club website.
There is also a 2 story outhouse that is built just 75 feet away from the cabin.
This area is a great resting point and a seasonal stream is nearby that is great for pumping water. The hut can become a destination itself during the winter season for both backpackers and snowshoers alike.