There are a handful of places that we consider ‘classic’ destinations for winter travel: Whittaker’s Bunkhouse is one of those places. We go every winter, without fail, and we often go more than once each winter.
Why? For the simple reason that it’s an awesome place to stay of course! If you still need a little convincing keep reading to find out more:
This might be a great opportunity to point out that the bunkhouse is open all year. It doesn’t have to be your winter stop, though that’s our favorite time to visit. Winter is often the time we all coup ourselves up at home and suffer the winter blues, but Whittaker’s offers a wonderful respite!
You have the pick between small or large rooms,
Additionally, these rooms come with a full bathroom. That’s right; you can get the hiker stink off the right way with a long hot shower and ample time to sit on the john…. or is that just me? (note: beds in the bunkhouse have a shared bathroom).
If you don’t feel like packing food, or if you’d like some good old coffee, there is a Cafe located at the front of the building. They sell breakfast options, coffee, and ice cream. In the summer you can walk over to the Basecamp Grill for more options too.
Below are the room prices as per the Bunkhouse Website on 01.31.19
By the way, the Northwest Quest is in no way endorsed by Whittaker’s Bunkhouse. It is simply one of our favorite places to visit and we wanted to share it with our readers!
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