Teshio-dake Hütte

天塩岳ヒュッテ
Free Hut
Has stove/heating
Has water source
Has toilets
Accessible by bicycle

Posted on Sep 26, 2019

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The Teshiodake Hütte (天塩岳ヒュッテ) an imposing but comfortable hut at the Teshio-dake trailhead. This large two-story log-building hut is free to stay, it has no warden and can sleep 40. You need to take your own bedding, food and cooking equipment. There is a camping area with taps and a toilet immediately outside. In the summer the hut is accessible by car, but in winter, it is a 9km skin along a mostly flat road to get to the hut - a sled is recommended.

Extra photos provided by Dominika, Piotr, and Antek.

Location

The Teshiodake Hut is located at the Teshio-dake (天塩岳) trailhead, here, deep in the mountains about 45km northeast of Asahikawa City in northern central Hokkaido.

General notes

The Teshiodake Hütte is an imposing but comfortable hut at the Teshio-dake trailhead. This large two-story log-building hut is free to stay, it has no warden and can sleep 40. You need to take your own bedding, food and cooking equipment. There is a camping area with taps and a toilet immediately outside. In the summer the hut is accessible by car, but in winter, it is a 9km skin along a mostly flat road to get to the hut – a sled is recommended.

  • Access to the hut in winter: In winter, the hut is mostly boarded up, but the door boards can be removed easily. Make sure to put the boards back in place after use.
Capacity
Sleeps 40 people.
Official contact
Shibetsu City Asahi Subdivision – Office for Economy and Construction (Shibetsu-shi Asahi Sogo Shisho Keizai Kensetsu Ka) (士別市朝日支所経済建設課)
TEL: 0165-28-2121
URL: http://www.city.shibetsu.lg.jp/www/contents/1273200880015/index.html
Maintenance
Shibetsu City
士別市
Booking

No booking required, but please sign the logbook in the hut.

Hut Fees

Free to use – no hut fees required.

Facilities

Heating: There is a wood-burning stove inside the hut, with plenty of wood stacked outside. The stove is largely ineffectual in actually warming the entire hut in winter, but does provide heat in the general vicinity of the stove. “We woke up next to snow,” Dominika mentioned to us. It seems the hut’s draft-proofing could do with some work. The stove can melt snow however, and it can be used for basic cooking.

Water: In the non-winter months, water is available inside the hut. It is water from a nearby stream, so must be treated or filtered before drinking.

Kitchen/cooking: There are a couple of large nabe pots, but beyond this, there is no cooking equipment.

Bedding: There is no bedding provided.

Elecricity: There is no electricity.

Toilets: There are toilets outside the hut.

Cell reception: There is no mobile reception at the hut.

Hutkeeper

There is no hutkeeper.

Related Maps

Coming soon…

NOTE: For number references to official printed topographical maps, check the main route report ( coming soon ).

Special Teshio-dake Hütte  Hut Notes

The vast majority of huts in Hokkaido are 100% maintained through passionate volunteer time and effort. While the actual funding of the Teshio-dake Hutte comes from Shibetsu City, day to day maintenance often involves volunteers. If you make a visit, please give the place a clean, and make sure to sign the guest book. Always leave a hut cleaner than you found it.

Teshio-dake Hütte Hut Trip reports

Coming soon.

Teshio-dake Hütte Hut Photo Gallery

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