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What’s the first thing you do when you arrive at an AMC hut? How many pounds of food and supplies do croo members pack in? What’s your favorite hut meal? Can you name all eight AMC Huts? In celebration of 125 years of high mountain hospitality in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, we hit the trails…

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AMC White Mountain Huts are full of life once again this summer with a multi-talented hut croo ever-ready to provide guests with the best meals, visitor education, and laugh-out-loud skits. In this video, 2013 hut croo members share their stories about hut life and the unique guest experience one receives upon a visit to AMC’s…

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Since the construction of Madison Spring Hut in 1888, AMC’s huts have welcomed thousands of guests to the White Mountains. Take a quick stroll through a century and a quarter of hospitality in high places with this video, then join the celebration by visiting our Huts 125th Anniversary page.

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Animals have a long history at AMC’s huts. Longtime Huts Manager Joe Dodge famously employed burros to haul building supplies into the mountains. And for two years in the early 1950s, a croo member’s two ducks summered at Greenleaf. They spent most of their time in Eagle Lake, and waddled up to the hut at…

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The hut season has begun, and AMC’s hut staff (known as the “croo”) is ready to welcome you to the White Mountains for another summer of delicious meals, silly skits, and informative natural history talks. Meet a few of the 2012 hut croo in the following video (edited by Anders Nordblom, former croo member at…

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