Cabins are all about relaxing, reconnecting, and repairing the soul. Here are the most extraordinary cabins around the West that will keep you coming back, time and again
Why it's cozy: Private decks overlooking Silver City Creek and mixed conifer forests, cast-iron wood-burning stoves, cozy propane lighting, and massive sequoias as neighbors.
What's out the door: Dense forests of ponderosa pine, cedar, fir, and sequoias, 14,494-foot Mount Whitney (the highest peak in the Lower 48), and more than 200 marble caverns in surrounding 404,063-acre Sequoia National Park.
Who will love it: Families willing to rough it—so long as there’s roof; several of the cabins share rustic showers and toilets.
6 cabins (sleep 1 – 6), $$, and 5 chalets (sleep 1 - 8), $$$; open Memorial Day weekend through October;