Like a real-life creation inspired from the game of Myst, the Cedar Creek Treehouse at Mt. Ranier is the creation of Bill Compher who built the tree house during the early 1980’s. Overlooking Gifford Pinchot National Forest the Cedar Creek Treehouse is constructed 50 above the ground on a 200-year-old Western Red Cedar tree. For even better views, guests can walk across a rope bridge or up a spiral staircase called “Stairway to Heaven” to the Treehouse Observatory, built 100 feet above the forest floor for incredible views of Mt. Ranier. This isn’t a treehouse without amenities though. The Cedar Creek Treehouse has a living/eating area, observation deck, sleeping loft with skylights for stargazing, and even a toilet. $300 per night for two adults.
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