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Doublehead Cabin and Doublehead Ski Trail were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps as part of a larger project to develop ski runs for the nearby resort town of Jackson. The cabin was used as a warming hut and shelter for skiers traveling on the trail. Some of the other ski trails nearby were developed and commercialized, but Doublehead Ski Trail and the cabin retain their rustic, backcountry ambiance. Doublehead Cabin is accessible only by hiking, snowshoeing or skiing the 1.8-mile Doublehead Ski Trail. Guests should be prepared to transport all their gear and supplies on foot over an elevation of 1,500 feet.
Accessible Pit Toilets, Birding, Broom & Dust Pan, Bunkbed(s), Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Hunting, Scenic Overlooks, Snowshoeing, Table & Chairs, Wildlife Viewing, Wood Stove
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