Bryant Camp, Bolton
Built around 1930 and restored in 2016, Bryant Camp offers renters rustic accommodations in the backwoods of Bolton Valley, Vermont. Located in Mount Mansfield State Forest, the camp is within Bolton Valley Resort’s network of cross country ski and showshoe trails. Starting at Bolton’s Nordic and Sports Center, renters can enjoy a mile hike or ski via the Bryant Trail (part of the Catamount Trail) in order to reach the camp. Accommodations include an unfurnished sleeping loft for up to eight guests, woodstove, firewood, and composting privy. There is no electricity or running water.
Please be aware, the cabin is not insulated and will never get as warm as your home. When spending a night at Bryant Camp, come prepared with the gear and sleeping bags to keep you warm as if you were camping.
Rates: $97 per night Friday through Sunday. $77 per night Monday through Thursday.
Current Green Mountain Club Members: During checkout, please use the discount code member20 for 20% off. If you are interested in becoming a member or renewing your membership, Join / Renew Membership.
Bryant Camp is rented August 1st through March 31st. The cabin is closed from April 1st through July 31st each year to protect the excessively wet site. For reservations, please use the reservation system below. You can call the Green Mountain Club at (802) 241-8210 for any questions about the cabin. GMC does not offer a waitlist for reservations. Due to the camp’s high winter demand, renters are encouraged to book the cabin on the day reservations become available for the following winter season or visit this site periodically to check on camp availability.
Reservations for the 2018/2019 are open.
Check-in/Check-out: Check-in is after 1:00 p.m. on the arrival date, and check-out is by 12:00 p.m. on the departure date.
Hiking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, and lift-service downhill skiing. For hiking trails, you can check out our trail maps. For skiing and gear rental information, you can check out Bolton Valley’s website.
Guests staying at Bryant Camp during ski season are required to purchase Bolton Nordic Day Tickets, or have a season’s pass, for the extent of their stay. Bolton Nordic Day Tickets and Passes are available for purchase at the Bolton Nordic Center.
Please note that Bolton Resort’s trail notifications do not inhibit your ability to access the cabin. Please use your best judgment on whether your backcountry skills match the conditions on the day of your reservation. GMC is not able to give refunds based on weather or snow conditions.
Wood stove. Seasoned firewood provided.
Guest provided – bring your own headlamps, flashlights and/or enclosed gas or candle lanterns. No open flames, please.
Guest provided – bring your own portable camp stove, pots, dishes, and utensils. For safety, please use stoves outdoors whenever possible.
No potable supply. In winter: melt snow. In summer: haul in water or treat stream water.
None; cell coverage spotty.
One-mile hike/ski up from Bolton Valley Nordic Center parking lot. Directions are supplied when you make your reservation. If you do not have a reservation, please respect the privacy of guests and do not visit the cabin.
Upon reserving the cabin, a confirmation email with information including the lock combination will be sent. If you do not receive this email, please contact our Visitor Center during our hours of operation.
Pets: Pets are not allowed while the Bolton Resort Nordic ski trails are open (December through March). August through November, well behaved pets are allowed, provided owners clean up all associated waste.
Around 1930, renovated in 2016.
Guest Comments from the Bryant Camp Logbook:
“What a magical place surrounded by nothing but trees and snow. The fire served us oh so well…”
“Lovely night, cozy cabin, beautiful snow…”
“A huge thank you to the GMC and all the volunteers who make this camp possible!”
“Nice job on the renovations and awesome privy. Beautiful area…”
“GMC, thank you for renovating Bryant Camp! It’s our first time here – but definitely not the last!”