This ‘Herd’ of Rolling Huts Wants to Host Your Next Campout

Just don't try to tip them

By Tanner Garrity

This ‘Herd’ of Rolling Huts Wants to Host Your Next Campout
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02 April 2018

Ah, the Cascades.

Tall trees, big skies and greens and blues you’ll only find elsewhere on a Benjamin Moore paint palette.

With so much to take in, your digs should be a spartan, restrained complement to their environs, and that's exactly what you get with Olson Kundig, a local architecture firm that creates “visions of modern engineering that never overshadow the surrounding wilds.”

Never is that ethos more evident than with this little village — or “herd,” if you will — of stripped-back cabins on wheels, which wed industrial and frontier motifs  to brilliant effect.

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Located in the Methow Valley, a Pacific playground four hours northeast of Seattle surrounded by mountains, lakes and national forest land, each cabin comes equipped with kitchen essentials, modular furniture, a fireplace and a sleeping platform fit for you and a special someone.

Communal toilets and showers are housed in a separate unit, although you can probably also find a tree with some coverage if you don't mind a little immodesty.

The cabins are perched on the site of a former RV park, and make a great setting for family reunions, weddings and the like.

Get to booking here.

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