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Tree Top Huts

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Tree Top Huts Photo: Tretopphytter
Tree Top Huts Photo: Frode Schei
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Tree Top Huts Photo: Frode Schei
Tree Top Huts Photo: Frode Schei

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Spend the night eight metres above ground with the squirrels and birds. The treetop cabins have been built on top of the tree crowns, and Furuhytta (the pine cabin) is the most primitive. Lerkehytta (the larch cabin) and Granhytta (the spruce cabin) are more luxurious, and Granhytta even has its own wheelchair ramp. Himmelhytta (the sky cabin) and the Birch hut have showers and solar powers.

The stay can be combined with cycling trips, canoeing trips, fishing trips or dog sled trips.

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Facilities

  • Sports activities

    • bike trails
  • Activities

    • freshwater fishing
    • hiking
  • Camping and cottage

    • outdoor privies
    • firewood
    • winter hire
  • Winter sports

    • cross-country skiing
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Tree Top Huts

Spend the night eight metres above ground with the squirrels and birds. The treetop cabins have been built on top of the tree crowns, and Furuhytta (t...

Tree Top Huts

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