A nice ride up to the Lodge
Bobby Claudia and Bo
Skiers Heading Out from the Lodge
Dave enjoying the new powder
Children Playing after Dinner
Enjoying the Sauna

2017-2018 Winter Season

Modern Cabins:
Adult Per Person$165/night
Children 6 to 14$ 85.00/night
Children under 6 Free

These cabins include running water, central gas heat or wood burning stoves, and complete bathroom facilities.

Mountain Cabins:
Adult Per Person$155/night
Children 6 to 14$ 80.00/night
Children under 6 Free

These cabins include running water, wood burning stoves for heat, and complete bathroom facilities.

Rustic Cabins:
Adult Per Person$135/night
Children 6 to 14 $ 75.00/night
Children under 6 Free

These cabins share a heated central shower house facility.

Mosquito Flats Hut
Per Person$ 35.00/night
Deposit$ 35.00/per person

Located at an elevation of 10,250' on the edge of the John Muir Wilderness at the head of the impressive Little Lakes Valley.

Sorry, No Pets Please.

Dinner Prices
Ride in Adult Dinner$ 80.00
Ride In Child Dinner$ 60.00
Ski In Adult Dinner$ 70.00
Ski In Child Dinner$ 50.00
Children Under 5Free
Corkage$ 10.00/bottle

Equipment Rentals
Skis, Boots, Poles $ 18.00/day
Boots Only $ 8.00/day
Skis Only $ 10.00/day
Poles Only $ 3.00/day
Snowshoes $ 12.00/day
Climbing Skins $ 10.00/day

California Snopark Rates:
Daily Rate $ 5.00/day
Season Pass $ 25.00/day

Guests must come prepared for the rigors of high-mountain winters. To make your stay at Rock Creek Lodge completely enjoyable, please remember to bring the following items, regardless of which style cabin you have reserved Warm sleeping bag, towels, and toiletries (pillows and pillowcases are provided). Warm layers of clothing, including long underwear, a wool hat, gloves and a hooded, waterproof outer layer (pants and parka/anorak) to protect you from snow and wind. (If you plan a long ski day, be sure to take the outer layer of clothing with you, even if the weather is beautiful when you leave the lodge.)

Please leave your bottled water at home. We have a 300' artesian well; filtered by the granite peaks that ring our valley providing us with the best water. All you need is a bottle for it.

Sun protection, including brimmed hat, sunglasses, maximum protection sunscreen, and lip protector.

Your favorite snacks and lunch foods for fuel on the trail. You can also purchase complete trail lunches at the lodge.

Trail supplies, a good-sized day pack or fanny pack, and a one-quart (or larger) water bottle. A minimum of two quarts of liquid per day is advised at these elevations, more if you ski hard in the warm Sierra sun.

First aid supplies, particularly a system of moleskin or other blister prevention/protection with adhesive tape, is highly recommended. Aspirin and any personal medications are also advised.

Flashlight or headlamp for getting around the lodge at night.

Insulated boots.

If you plan on earning your turns in the backcountry, or skiing from the mosquito flat hut bring a beacon, shovel, probe and know how to use them.

A $ 50.00 Deposit per person is required within 7 days of making a reservation.

A $ 10.00 dollar service charge for any reservation changes.

A fee of $ 20.00 with 30 days advance notice of cancellation will be charged.

No refund will be made with less than 30 day notice. (No exceptions)

We make every effort to have your cabin available for the time reserved.

In return we expect our guests to be responsible for the FULL length of their reservation.

There will be no refunds for early departures or late arrivals.