The Wasatch Mountain Club (WMC) Lodge, a Utah Historic Building, on the National Register of Historic Places, was built by members of the Wasatch Mountain Club in 1929 and renovated and updated in the last several years.
The Lodge was recently donated to the Wasatch Mountain Club Foundation, an IRS 501(C)3 nonprofit charitable foundation. The WMC Lodge is located at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon on land in the Wasatch National Forest adjacent to the Brighton Ski Resort in Brighton Utah, near Salt Lake City.
The WMC Lodge is used for a variety of social, educational and business events. It is used by members of the general public for private parties, celebrations, weddings, dinners, ski-in/ski-out holidays, conferences, seminars or other functions and events. It is used by educational institutions for seminars and outdoor related courses. It is used by businesses for retreats and seminars. The Lodge can handle up to one hundred people for these events.
The Lodge is a rustic two story log cabin with a large open area downstairs furnished with hardwood floors, a fireplace and vintage furniture. Folding chairs and tables are available for gatherings for up to 100 seated people. A food service area located off the main area contains heating ovens, stoves, refrigerators and freezers, as well cleanup facilities and food serving utensils A large outdoor patio outside this area holds several picnic tables and a multi-station barbecue grill. Bathrooms with showers (and radiant floor heating), flush toilets, and wash basins with running hot and cold water are downstairs off the main open area.