The Pine Valley hit is an unattended huts in the Pine Valley. It has bunks (without mattresses) and a coal-burning heaters. This hut is used on a first-come, first-served basis so there is no guarantee that there will be space in a hut when you arrive. Details as to the sleeping accommodation available in each particular hut is provided on the back of the Overland Track map. Food, cooking utensils, cooking stoves and bedding are not available at the huts. All drinking water is collected rain water and is perfectly safe to drink. There’s a composting toilet found at the hut (very impressive) use it. Just beyond the toilet is a large opening and a helicopter pad, a good place to go and get some sun.
It is essential that a tent and fuel stove be carried. The huts may be full when you arrive. Having a tent and fuel stove gives you complete independence and the flexibility to stop and camp, although the hut is off the main trail of the overland track the hut can get crowded (bring ear plugs). Regardless, when you return from you climb that hut is going to be looking real cozy.