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Tiny Tree House with Hanging Rope Bridge – VIDEO

This off-grid treehouse has a hanging rope bridge that connects it to a magical treetop deck. It was built by Dior and Sylvain from Les Toits du Monde (“Roofs of the World” in English), which is an eco-resort in Nominingue, Québec, Canada — less than 3 hours from Montreal and Ottawa.

The treehouse has a solar panel for the lights, a propane cooktop in the kitchen, a portable solar shower and 5-gallon bucket toilet with sawdust, a wood stove for heat, and they deliver drinking water in jugs that are filled from their well at the main house.

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Tiny Tree House with Hanging Rope Bridge 

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Danielle Chabassol
Danielle is a digital nomad who is passionate about tiny spaces, living with less, reducing waste and eating plant-based food. Danielle is half of the Exploring Alternatives blog & video project. You can find more of her at www.ExploringAlternatives.ca and her Exploring Alternatives YouTube Channel.
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  • Gabriella April 18, 2017, 3:30 pm

    It is a privilege to live on a tree, in an ascetic existence gathering that makes you want to be alive among the living. Joy full!

  • Carol April 18, 2017, 4:47 pm

    Oh I love this.. to bad it is in Canada.. Would be wonderful to live up in the tree’s like that.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN April 18, 2017, 8:17 pm

    Beats the heck out of the one I had when I was a kid….!

  • James D. April 18, 2017, 9:44 pm

    Too bad there are so many restrictions on alternate housing in the states… In many places you may not be able to build anything over 16 feet… From the ground!

    Lots of places also make it very hard to actually live in one as well and getting building permits can be very difficult but if you don’t then they may order it torn down… Especially, if you have a neighbor that issued a complaint…

    While there are some trees you can’t built on because they’re protected and some states have restrictions like where you can place one…

    Some professional builder companies are working to make things easier, using photographs to generate 3D models to produce precise engineered floor plans, etc. is an example of some of the things they are starting to use now to make it easier to get permits… It also helps them be more precise and avoid needing to make changes during construction because a branch or something isn’t where they thought it was in the original plans, along with better calculating safe weight loads…

    But like Tiny Houses, it can be a struggle to have the right to own and live in one but not impossible and hopefully we’ll see many more of these throughout the country…

  • Diana Graham May 2, 2017, 3:41 pm

    I don’t want to rent that little tree-hut. I want to have it for my very own to live in all the time. And I want some good neighbors living in similar tree-huts hidden in other trees nearby.

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