by Mountain House October 31, 2017

Cabin Dreaming: 7 Houses in the Mountains

When the forest begins to tuck itself away into a blanket of snow, we start dreaming of winter getaways to cozy cabins! There’s nothing quite like escaping to a cabin in the woods to put a pause on the frantic pace of everyday life, and to instead find wintry inspiration and sanctuary while enjoying breathtaking surroundings.

Here are 7 cabins that we would love to borrow for a weekend or more:

a-frame cabin nestled among redwoods

This California A-frame is nestled among Redwoods and a short drive to wine country. It offers a mix of rustic roots and modern conveniences, and features an adorable loft that you might have to flip a coin in order to see who gets it!

cabin built high in the trees

Take your mountain experience to a whole new level with thiselevated tree cabin. Tucked in the Rockies, on the outskirts of the hip town of Carbondale, this getaway has been an area mainstay for decades -- a bucket list trip for any season!

green colored cabin in West Virginia

Offering complete seclusion paired with a modern design, this friendly,bright-green cabin is perfect for those looking to experience the dramatic eastern panhandle of West Virginia.

cabin in montana

Conveniently-located just a 30-minute drive from Yellowstone National Park,this secluded little getaway comes with everything a Montana newbie could hope for, including sweeping mountain views, plenty of wildlife, and enough rustic charm to make you want to stay through Spring.

snow covered yurt in New Hampshire

Quiet and remote and replete with the essentials for a cozy getaway, this yurt near Cardigan Mountain in New Hampshire is an ideal retreat for snowshoers. Keep an eye out for moose!

cabin covered in snow by Appalachian Trail in Georgia

For a seriously luxe cabin experience, look no further than thisclassy Georgia retreat. Located just a short drive from the Appalachian Trail, it’s little wonder why the reviews are brimming with appreciation for the cabin’s stunning landscape.

A-frame cabin in the Coconino National Forest in Arizona

This little A-frame lies inside theCoconino National Forest in Arizona.It sits high in the mountains with impressive views, but also comes equipped with easy road access to downtown Flagstaff.

Even though these cabins come equipped with kitchen essentials, you may want to keep some Mountain House meals on hand, too. Because less time in front of a stove means more time hunkered down and cozy by the fireplace.


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