Cinder Cone Treehouse in Washington

Sep 8, 2015

Category: Living

What’d you do over the past year? Maybe earned a decent salary… traveled a little… spent a few hundred hours on social media? Well one group of friends built a multi-platform treehouse in the Pacific Northwest that sits high over a skate bowl and a wood-fired soaking tub that they also created. We stand humbled.

Nestled in the Columbia River Gorge, a canyon of the Columbia River in Washington, the Cinder Cone is a remarkable bit of architecture. The whole thing took about 12 months to complete. The treehouses feature a walkway from the lower treehouse to the upper treehouse, electricity, stunning views of the landscape, sleeping accommodations, and more. Treehouse, personal skate park, hot tub—what else do you need in life?

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