“twelve individual cabins and three bunkhouses”
Imagine waking up, stepping out onto your porch and being instantly greeted with the best view in all of North Cascades National Park-- that's what you'll get at Ross Lake Resort, because in these picturesque floating cabins, your backyard is the lake itself, surrounded by snowcapped mountain peaks and lush evergreen forests. Literally every cabin has a stunning view. The resort is pretty remote-- it's best accessed by water taxi or ferry unless you want to take a mile-long hike with all your luggage-- so your view of the lake, mountains and forests will be virtually undisturbed. Plus, since cell service and internet is spotty up there, it's a great place to go to disconnect. You can spend your days fishing, hiking, boating (bring your own or rent one of theirs!), or simply by sitting on the dock and soaking in the breathtaking beauty, which you likely won't tire of. The resort was originally a camp where loggers lived while they cleared out the timber from the valley as it was flooded in the 1950's. Many of the logs keeping the cabins and docks afloat are the very same ones from that first logging camp 60 years ago-- they're mostly old-growth cedar redwood trunks, 3 feet in diameter and hundreds of years old. There are several different styles of cabin supported by the logs, all fully furnished to rustic perfection. But really, you're probably going to be spending 99% of your time on that porch because holy cow is the scenery beautiful! - Roadtrippers
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