Coast Mountain Gothic: a History of the Coast Mountain Gothic Arch Huts

Creator(s): Whistler Museum and Archives Society

Gothic arch huts are modest yet iconic structures that played a major role in the exploration of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia. Discover the story of the design and construction of these shelters, and meet the people and organizations who brought them to life. Along the way, you’ll learn how networks of hiking trails have helped protect the sensitive alpine environments and supported outdoor educational activities.

Visit the Exhibit: