The cabins are located near Ymir, a very small town about 25 km from Nelson. Ymir is also the name of the peak that towers above the Whitewater Ski Hill. The area is also the home of the renowned Valhallas Mountain Range, where some peaks bear names straight out of Norse mythology: Gimli, Asgard, Gladsheim, etc. In keeping with this, we decided to name our huts with names taken from that very source.
This cabin is set against the Bonnington range. With two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a large common room (living/dining room), and a washroom with shower, this chalet can comfortably accommodate up to six people. It provides the cozy comfort of heated flooring as well as the romance and appeal of a wood stove. Skadi is the goddess of winter.
Built at the foot of the mountains, on a clear day, this hut offers a spectacular view of Mount Baldie. Just like Skadi, with two bedrooms, one modern fully equipped kitchen, a cheerful living/dining room and a washroom with shower, this chalet can comfortably accommodate up to six people. Jörô is a bit closer to the road and could more easily be used by someone with impaired mobility. Jörô is the earth goddess.