Cooper Lodge


Shelter Description


A closed stone-and-frame cabin named for Charles Cooper, former GMC president, and built in 1939 by the Vermont Forest Service and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), this is the highest shelter on the AT in Vermont. Maintained by GMC. Accommodates 12 at the shelter and 10 on tent platforms. Composting privy. Water source is a spring 100 feet south of the AT. Fires prohibited. A GMC caretaker may be present and an overnight fee charged. (Description courtesy of ATC Appalachian Trail Guide to New Hampshire-Vermont: 13th edition.)

Shelter Type: Cabin

Capacity: 12

Sanitation: Privy

Tenting area?: Yes

Other Notes: No fires allowed. Campsite max. = 10

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