Surround yourself with nature in this hybrid tree fort nestled on a bench in the forest on the face of Mt Chase.
The cabin is off the grid with solar lighting, gravity fed water for washing and drinking and a brand new new outhouse for the potty room. Water from the taps is warm, necessary hot water will need to be heated on the stove. A small kitchen with a 3 burner stove, sink, cooler and pantry makes cooking fun.
Take a walk into the wild side of British Columbia. A short walk up through the forest takes you to an unforgettable wilderness accommodation. Completely hidden from the outside world, the cabin sits in a grove of alpine fir trees, on a mountain bench overlooking the South Thompson River valley. Sun Peaks lies directly through the west window and the gently rolling mountains of the Shuswap through the north window. Upwards, behind you to the east, as you stand on the deck, extends Mt Chase and utter wilderness.
Please be aware, the cabin is truly in the wilderness. A complete lack of civilization exists. When the solar lights are out in the treehouse, the only glow are the stars in the sky and possibly your spirits soaring. The only sounds are your own and a possible owl hooting, frog singing or crickets chirping. The treehouse is surrounded by a vast forest, absolutely full of life.
-The cabin is lit with solar lights but on the short winter days, power needs to be used wisely. There are also two very bright battery lanterns available. Lights are the only use of electricity. No other devices, though I can provide a battery pack for charging cell phones.
-Bedding and lots of kitchen stuff is provided and a little kitchen for cooking and heating water for cleaning is inside
-A low flow, gravity water system provides water for washing, showering with a small toilet and sink. The very nice outhouse is also available
-My 160 acres and the surrounding crown land provide you with your own private winter wonderland. 2 km of my driveway make a very fun sledding, snowboarding/ski run. Lots of area to explore with snowshoes and cross country skis. Absolutely private, meaning there will be no other humans around. I live at up above at the end of the road and am virtually isolated from cabin and driveway activity.
-Butler Rd, which is my driveway is 3 km long and I maintain it quite nicely. A 4 wheel drive can make it up easily and depending on the type of car, can make it up too. Worst case scenario, I can pick up you and your gear and drive it up, leaving your car in a parking area at the bottom of the hill.
Bear and mosquito spray are provided. The ability to climb two flights of stairs is a requirement, as well as a keen sense of adventure.
Butler Rd, which is my driveway is 3 km long and I maintain it quite nicely. In winter time, a 4 wheel drive can make it up easily and depending on the type of car, can make it up too. Worst case scenario, I can pick up you and your gear and drive it up, leaving your car in a parking area at the bottom of the hill.
I live a short distance up the hill and available by text, email, and phone calls. I have lots of information to share regarding a fun stay as well as lots of privacy
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