This is the Original Tree House located at East Zion Resort in Orderville, Utah on 490 East State Street. It’s a rock climber’s dream because you can actually climb up from the inside of the trunk. It’s super-cool!
The craziest part about it? It’s built on the preserved trunk of a 100-year-old cottonwood tree that actually died on the property! How interesting is that?
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This Tree House Was Built On The Preserved Trunk Of A 100-Year-Old Cottonwood Tree!
This is a yurt tree cabin with a wrap-around deck that’s suspended in the trees at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours. Outside, you’ll notice a tan-colored canvas yurt with a windowed wooden door. The wrap-around deck includes chairs for sitting, relaxing, and taking in the views.
When you go inside, you’ll find hardwood floors, a full sized bed, wicker chairs, an end table, a wardrobe, and a tree trunk that grows through the center of the yurt! Worried about the bathroom and kitchen? You’ll find it if you go through a breezeway and into another building that houses a waterfall, full bathroom, and your kitchen.
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Yurt Tree Cabin with a Wrap-Around Deck
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