Mountain Retreat In Ketchum, Idaho

This mountain retreat is the perfect log cabin vacation in Ketchum, Idaho, United States. The beautifully crafted cabin building accommodates up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you will have the entire cabin building to yourself. You’ll enjoy this cozy, secluded cabin building retreat located out Warm Springs. The wood cabin is just a short drive from downtown Ketchum/Sun Valley just 7 minutes and even closer to the Ski Mountain in 3 minutes. It is the perfect mountain log cabin getaway.

The kitchen and bathroom are newly renovated. There is a King bed upstairs, a queen downstairs. If you open the windows at night you can fall asleep to the sounds of the creek. Skiing, Fly Fishing, White Water, Hiking, Climbing, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Golf and some of the most beautiful and remote wilderness regions on earth. The mountain chalet has a laundry room.

The log cabin building is everything you’d imagine a wood cabin to be. With its peaked roof and upper covered balcony, the cabin building looks right out of a postcard. You can visit this cabin building throughout the year and it’s the perfect vacation idea no matter when you visit. Inside there is plenty of wood throughout with wide plank wood floors, wood ceiling, and wood walls. There is plenty of comfy furniture, and the kitchen has wooden kitchen cabinets that make the place feel warm and cozy. The kitchen has everything you need to prepare your favorite meals, with a full-sized fridge, stove, dishwasher, coffee maker, and lots of counter space. The upstairs loft is a good-sized space with a comfy bed, television, comfy chair and a desk with a chair. The upstairs loft also has French doors with a balcony, perfect for enjoying the view.

The wood cabin is situated outside of Warm Springs in a beautiful area called the Board Ranch. You can be at the base of Baldy Mountain Ski Resort is 5 minutes and about 7 minutes from Ketchum/Sun Valley. You are also close enough to town but far enough where there is quiet and plenty of natural scenery. About 10 miles down the road are the amazing Frenchmen’s Hot Springs. It is best to have a car during your vacation stay, as the bus does not run out to Board Ranch.

With all the talk of global warming and climate change, people are trying to change the way they do things. The home that you build is one of the biggest decisions you will make, and one that affects the environment. Using wood for your log house designs is one of the more sustainable practices you can do. Harvesting trees is a good thing, and for many reasons. Harvesting, processing and manufacturing building materials that are made from wood carry the lowest environmental cost of any raw building material. A carefully managed, sustainable log harvest isn’t just about cutting down the trees and benefiting from their commercial value. A well-managed forest is about implementing a plan that helps to encourage forest regeneration and the long-term well-being of the forests.