Many of us work on reducing our carbon footprint. We build or upgrade micro-hydro systems, install solar panels and upgrade our battery banks. In my lodge, I was able to reduce my fossil fuel consumption from 500 litres per year to 50. The lighting, battery charging and internet access are all still there, but achieved with a lot less energy input. None of this shows at first glance, but it takes quite a bit of money (time?) and effort.
We hope that we got everything done that is needed to give you another great winter experience. What we do in the summer is mostly hidden under the snow when you arrive. But make no mistake: we are thinking and working on being
ready and welcoming all year, not only when you step out of the helicopter to start your week. See you then!
And if the long-term forecasts are worth anything, this winter might be one to remember for deep snow and cold weather.
Owner, Burnie Glacier Chalet