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Black Mountain Cabin was built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps and sits on what was once pasture land. The cabin was renovated in 1992, though its original character was maintained. The surrounding pasture was cleared as well to provide the scenic views that guests enjoy today. The Black Mountain Ski Trail is used to hike or ski to the cabin, depending on the season. The 1.4-mile trail starts at an elevation of 1,250 feet, and the cabin sits at an elevation of 2,450 feet. Guests should be prepared to transport all their gear and supplies on foot.
Accessible Vault Toilets , Birding, Broom & Dust Pan, Bunkbed(s), Creek Access, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Hunting, Scenic Overlooks, Snowshoeing, Table & Chairs, Wildlife Viewing, Wood Stove
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