Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Provincial Park and Protected Area Cabins

The Grizzly Den and Raven Lake Cabins, in what is now the Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Provincial Park and Protected Area, were constructed in the 1970's by Northwood Pulp and Timber Company, with the 8 Mile Cabin being constructed by the Sons of Norway Ski Club in 1977 a year before the park was designated.  The Trail systems and cabins are maintained by primarily by the Caledonia Ramblers with the $5 per person per night cabin use fee going towards maintaining the cabins, providing firewood, and also to the recent construction of wood sheds at Raven Lake and Grizzly Den.The cabins are on a first come basis so be prepared to camp.  There are no supplies provided; sleeping pads, sleeping bags and camp kitchen gear are the responsibility of cabin users.The trail heads are located off the Hungary Creek Forest Service Road, with 8 Mile Cabin /  Grizzly Den Trail 13km from highway 16, and Raven Lake trail head another 2.6km further down the Hungry Creek FSR.  In the winter the Hungry Creek Forest Service Road is not cleared.BC Parks Park Brochure