Architectural Digest surveys treehouses from around the globe—ones in which you can literally go out on a limb on during your next vacation.
Skamania Lodge (Stevenson, Washington)
Located 45 miles east of Portland, Oregon and nestled in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Skamania Lodge is an all-season, 175-acre mountain resort. The property’s 20-foot-high treehouses were designed by Seattle-based architecture firm MG2. They fashioned the treehouses with a rustic energy: take the fireplace for cozy nights, king bed and a nook double bed with a curtain that can separate the two. Portland-based Ankrom Moisan included custom-made hand-tufted wool rugs and beds and nooks with custom-made Pendleton blankets. The tile in the bathrooms is a dark stone reminiscent of lava, while oak wood floors extend behind the headboard of the beds. Take advantage of the on-site Waterleaf Spa, hiking trails and the 18-hole Skamania Lodge Golf Course.