Built in 1990, Janet’s is the original backcountry hut in the Summit Hut Association group of huts. In the winter, it is a 5.5-mile hike up from the top of Copper’s Lumberjack lift that will take you to an elevation of 11,610 feet. Although you’ll be breathing a little heavier, the hard work is worth it when you come upon this beautiful, pine-log structure big enough to sleep 20 travelers. Once at the hut, there is a variety of terrain to sample for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and backcountry skiing. To spend the night at the hut, make reservations online or call ahead.