Atelier l’Abri designed these tiny cabins, which are a striking addition to the misty, tree-filled landscape of agritourism site Farouche Tremblant.
Cedar shingles cover the homes, emphasising the drastic slope of the roof and framing the gable end views. There’s just four of the A frame cabins available to rent, each including a king bed with space for two as well as storage room for the snowshoes and knapsacks needed to explore the surrounding region.
‘Through their minimalism, the huts leave the greatest possible place to the landscape that opens up before you and to the beauty of the Devil’s River,’ says Atelier l’Abri.
The Farouche Tremblant site sits in the Vallée de la Diable, and has easy access to the nearby Mont-Tremblant National Park. The vast green space was the first park created in Quebec, and spans six rivers, 400 lakes and streams, and 40 mammals including wolves.
As you’d expect, this makes the surrounding area a haven for adventurers, with the cabins sandwiched between mountains and river. Everything about the site is designed to reconnect guests with nature, from vegetables grown from ancestral seeds to the outdoor bath, made using cedar wood to add to the sensory experience. Cabins start at CAD 290 per night.