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6 Cozy Cabins We'd Love to Escape to Right Now

The world is...a bit complicated right now. And that's putting it lightly.

There's nothing we'd love to do more right now than turn off all our devices and head into the woods for a while. Here are couple of cozy, well-designed cabins we'd love to escape the world in for the foreseeable future. Or at least take a weekend away to decompress :)

The Tye House (Skykomish, Washington)

A favorite of Instagrammers in the Northwest, it's easy to see why this A-frame is so popular. With great access to Stevens Pass and outdoor adventures nearby, you can get outside all day and then cozy up in this immaculately designed A-frame.

Panorama Glass Lodge (Iceland)

Iceland. Panoramic views. A cozy cabin. What more could you want? About 40 minutes from Reykjavik, these glass cabins feature floor to ceiling windows for watching the Northern Lights, a small kitchen, and a hot pool on the balcony outside.

The Well House, Dunton Hot Springs (Dolores, CO)

Dunton Hot Springs is a small resort of restored original mountain cabins, centered around hot springs. While all the accommodations look amazing, I'm partial to the Well House, which has a private hot spring and cold plunge *inside the cabin*. 

The 72 Hour Cabin (Sweden)

Originally built as a study on nature and the quality of life in Sweden, visitors all showed a decrease in blood pressure, stress levels and heart rate - and they became more creative too. I'm sold.


Cozy Mountain Cabin (Ashland, OR)

This beautiful little cabin/tiny-house offers solitude, comfort, fresh air, and plenty of wildlife in a natural setting where you’re likely to see bald eagles and hear a great northern owl hoot at night.

The Summit Cabin (Pigsah National Forest, NC)

The Summit is a high elevation, 2-story cabin surrounded by national forest. You can't drive to this one -- it's instead reached by a short 15 minute hike. With incredible views of the surrounding forest and all the amenities you'll ever need, you won't ever want to leave.

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

Kyle FrostExplorer

Wearer of many hats at The Outbound Collective. I'm @kylefrost pretty much everywhere.