Cozy Backcountry Treehouse in Montana, United States

It doesn't get much better than this backcountry treehouse located in Darby, Montana, United States. The cozy cabin building can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bedroom and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. You'll be sure to get a peaceful night’s sleep high in the branches of a Ponderosa Pine. The treehouse has easy access to Lost Trail Powder Mountain Ski Resort, the Lost Trail Hot Springs, Trapper Peak, fly fishing, hiking, and biking in the Bitterroot Mountains. During your stay, you can contact the owners who will gladly share activities you can enjoy in the area. The owners also offer meal plans so you can get the most out of your trip.

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This two-story handcrafted treehouse cabin building overlooks ten acres of property. The lower story of the treehouse features a private wraparound deck, perfect for relaxing with your morning cup of coffee, and a cozy indoor sitting area to enjoy especially when the weather turns colder. The upstairs sleeping nook in the treehouse is surrounded by picture windows, which allows for stargazing at night without ever leaving your bed. This treehouse space was handcrafted by the owner's family in 2017 with live-edge cedar siding, tongue-and-groove pine walls, and a locally-sourced lodgepole pine staircase. The main structure was built by the owner's husband and she designed the interior. Their two young daughters helped to cut and measure boards in the treehouse cabin building. A lot of love went into creating this private, relaxing environment for their family and guests.

The treehouse property is bordered on three sides by the 1.6 million-acre Bitterroot National Forest and provides for easy access to outdoor recreation and activities. During the winter months you can snowmobile or four-wheel right from your treehouse door, ski at the Lost Trail Powder Mountain, climb the 10,000 foot Trapper Peak, or visit the Painted Rocks Lake where you can enjoy fishing, kayaking, swimming, and jet skiing. The treehouse is close to several natural hot springs. During your vacation stay you can check out the Lost Trail Hotsprings for a soak in their chemical-free mineral waters or venture out to undeveloped Horse Creek Hotsprings and seek out a naturally-occurring heated pool that was formed by warm water that flows directly out of the ground.

On the weekend, you can visit The Broad Axe restaurant. The owners especially recommend their New York strip paired with your favorite evening beverage. This treehouse rental is entirely off the grid, so you can relax and unplug. The treehouse cabin building is without cell service and is also internet-free. There is a landline available in the host’s home in case of an emergency. Solar panels power the lights in the treehouse and can charge a cell phone. There are a propane grill and cooler that are available on request. The hosts do not provide water, so you will want to bring all the water you need for drinking, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and more. There is a brand new composting toilet on the lower level. If you are looking for more space, you can ask about renting their 100-year-old rustic cabin building.

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