Hut Rules

Hut Rules

  1. The hut leader is the committee’s delegate for the proper management of the lodge and occupants must cooperate with her/him at all times.
  2. No person shall stay in the hut without prior knowledge of the booking officer. Members wishing to extend their previously authorized occupation must first obtain the booking officer’s consent.
  3. Occupants should show a sense of responsibility, take good care of the furniture, fittings and equipment and ensure the lodge is kept clean and tidy at all times.
  4. All occupants of the hut must be fully conversant with all emergency procedures and procedures to be followed when they are last to leave or first to enter the hut.
  5. Members are responsible for the actions of their visitors.
  6. Occupants are to carry out all duties as detailed by the hut leader.
  7. A high standard of hygiene is to be observed, especially by those handling food. Members and visitors must wash their own dishes and leave the kitchen tidy after unorganized meals. (Lunch, supper, etc). All breakages and faults are to be reported to the hut leader
  8. No visitors are to be invited or allowed in the lodge after 11:30pm except under the permission of the hut leader.
  9. Junior members and other juniors will not be allowed outside the lodge after dark or in bad weather conditions except under parental supervision.
  10. Occupants must vacate the bunkroom by 10:00am on their last day and arrivals should not expect to use the bunkroom until after 10:00am.
  11. No food or drink is allowed in the bunk room. Pillow slips must be used.
  12. Smoking is not permitted in the hut.
  13. No visitors will be allowed in the bunkroom area unless accompanied by a member staying in the hut.
  14. Quietness is requested in the bunkroom at all times and throughout the lodge after 11:30pm.
  15. Clothes must not be hung over heaters.
  16. There must be no misuse of fire extinguishers and/or first aid kit, and any infringement will be viewed seriously by the committee.
  17. Skis or other articles may not be kept in the lodge except in a rental ski rack or locker allocated by the committee.
  18. The committee may impound any articles which, in its opinion, are improperly in the lodge and shall as soon as is practicable thereafter give notice of the impounding in the club’s newsletter. Any article not claimed within 14 days after the date of the issue of the said newsletter may then be disposed of by the committee in such a manner as it thinks fit. Any proceeds of such disposal is to belong to the general funds of the club.
  19. Misuse of drugs of any description will entitle the committee to instantly expel the members involved.
  20. No children under the legal drinking age may consume alcohol except under direct parental or guardian supervision.
  21. No children under the age of five are to stay overnight in the hut without permission of the committee.
  22. No more than 32 persons are to sleep in the lodge except in an emergency or with authority of the committee.
  23. Upon turning 18 junior members become adult members; they must then attend one work partly before they turn 25 in order to remain a member of the club.  Until then they remain under the direct supervision of their parents or guardians and are not permitted to stay in the hut unaccompanied or to invite guests.