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This is truly a Gem! With such relaxing creek sounds, and the unique, charming woodwork and rustic finishing touches inside and out. There is a short, easy trail to the creek, an alpine lake less than an hours hike away. The Clark Fork River Delta is just down the road, and Lake Pend Oreille is less than 8 miles away. The property is backed up to Kaniksu National Forest and the proposed Scotchman Peaks Wilderness area. Love Nature? This is it.
Situated in the mountains of North Idaho a short drive from Sandpoint, Lake Pend Orielle, and the recreation areas of Hope, Cabinet Mountians, and the proposed Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. Our one bedroom log cabin is rustic, but clean, warm and comfortable. No big screen tv and cell phone reception is sketchy, but there is wireless internet, a fully equipped kitchen, central heat and nature just outside the door. You will have the house to yourself but I will most likely be nearby on the property.
Winter visitors can expect quiet seclusion. The house is centrally heated and it is warm and cozy, (no fireplace). The road is plowed by the county, but 4 wheel drive is advised. Snowmobilers will find access to forest service land outside the door, and groomed trails up Trestle Creek (10 miles away) and across the Clark Fork River 3 miles away. Snowshoeing and Cross Country skiing just outside the door.
The resort town of Sandpoint is 25 miles away and Ski Resort Schweitzer Mountain is 8 miles from there.
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Myself or my groundskeeper strive to be available if you have questions. For the most part we want to respect your privacy. If you want advice on what to do or just to socialize just let us know.
Wenn du bis 24 Stunden vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine vollständige Rückerstattung. Wenn du innerhalb von 24 Stunden vor deiner Reise stornierst, ist die erste Nacht nicht erstattungsfähig.
I am a lighthearted, fun loving traveler/musician/craftsman. I also believe in "working vacations" so I usually have woodworking and electrical tools with me.
I believe what J.R.Tolkien said about travelers: "All who wander are not lost"