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Outa the Woods

I have been wanting to cover some tree houses as they fit very well in the tiny house arena. There are some really neat ones around the world that I would like to share with you. I will start with one of my favorite finds, located in the East Kootenays of British Columbia. Mike Zamara and Debbie Lungal Zamara have built this unique tree house getaway.

Perched on a large platform 5 meters (15 feet) high and built on seven trees, “Outa-the-Woods” is a totally unique vacation retreat. 

Tree House

You can relax on the deck overlooking ponds and forest. Enjoy a spectacular Rocky Mountain view and watch the wildlife from the deck. This treehouse is built entirely out of the woods with carefully selected, curved, twisted and burled wood. It features many carvings, two handmade spiral staircases, and rustic furniture.

“Outa-the-Woods” has a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere in a peaceful natural setting. Experience the magic of living in the trees. Outa-the-woods is a secluded, romantic getaway, ideally suited for couples.

Features of the tree house include:

  • spacious two-sided front deck with barbeque,
  • main floor with dining area, kitchen, bathroom and lounge,
  • loft bedroom with walk-out balcony and double hammock,
  • propane kitchen with a full set of pots, pans, dishes and cutlery,
  • An attractive propane fireplace,
  • solar electric outlets for low amp appliances,
  • three piece bathroom with all bath, bed and kitchen linens supplied,
  • running hot and cold water, and solar powered lights.

Visit the “Outa the Woods” website to see more cool pictures get more information.

Photo Credit – Outa the Woods

Living Room

Living Room





Deck View

Deck View

Outa the Woods Tree House

Outa the Woods Tree House

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Matt Stuart - September 18, 2008 Reply

Very Cool !!! I would hope they have some sort of Forest Fire contingency…

Daniel - September 19, 2008 Reply


Christina Nellemann - September 19, 2008 Reply

Absolutely gorgeous! This really goes to show that the smaller the place is, the more beauty you can see.

jen - September 24, 2008 Reply

do they rent to people w dogs?

Anastasia B - December 15, 2008 Reply

This is a beautiful tree house, I would not mind living in one of those! So cozy and close to nature. I have a link on my blog to yours because I think my readers would really enjoy your blog as well.

Daniel - January 20, 2009 Reply

That’s very cool. I wonder how bad it sways in the wind!

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Mela - February 17, 2009 Reply

What an amazing location and a magical tree house!!

treehouse builder - June 22, 2009 Reply

Fantastic project, all around. I think the lighting and the interior are very well done. What a setting, too.

azzanarts - August 28, 2009 Reply

That is an awesome treehouse. I love all the natural material, most people don’t realize how hard it is to make random sticks look good. I love the location. Any builder would be blessed to work with that kind of view. “ONE DAY”

woodwork artist - September 2, 2009 Reply

So inspiring. I stumbled here and love the craftmanship. Thanks for the photos.

fran - February 5, 2010 Reply

what is the damage to the trees

Cathy jo - October 20, 2013 Reply

How is the floor heated?

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