Ramped Up Tree House

Ramped Up Tree House

By Brook McCall|2021-03-31T16:08:12-04:00April 1st, 2021|

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Photos by Matt Wong

As a downtown dweller, I’ve spent the last year cooped up in an apartment playing phone tag with a persistent call from the wild: “Hello, it’s your mother, Nature, are you there? Pick up!” An escape to the fresh air was long overdue, but the idea of roughing it sounded too much like what I had been doing at home. I needed a relaxing escape where I could comfortably unwind far away from the urban jungle.

I’d heard chatter about a wheelchair accessible luxury treehouse here in the Pacific Northwest. Like rumors of a Sasquatch, I had initially dismissed such a dwelling as a tall tale, but my time inside had me curious. A quick Google search and a few phone calls later, I knew: The legend was true.

McCall and her friends gather in the lodge’s great room. The space is centered on a beautiful fireplace.


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