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High in the Trees

May 21, 2019 08:03PM ● By Stephanie Wilson
If your summer travel wish list includes an elevated glamping experience in the Pacific Northwest, consider heading to Monroe, Washington, a quaint destination about an hour northeast from Seattle, and check into one of the three tree houses at the aptly named Mountain Views Tree House Joint.

On the property, you’ll find three different uplifted cabin structures to choose from the Pot Leaf Tree House, the Hashtag Tree House, and the 420 Tree House as long as you and everyone in your travel party are over 21. They start at about $150 a night, depending on the dates and other such standard factors. Other accommodation options include camping, RV, and basic lodging rooms.

The abodes share a farm with a horse, a donkey, two dogs, a swearing African grey parrot, and a mini pig that loves to play dress up. And you can rent the whole thing out for about $1,500 a night perfect for a “high-end” destination event.

The eclectic property found its way onto Sensi’s radar last summer via Instagram, where the property’s proprietor keeps an active account filled with wanderlust-inducing photos of the happenings.

And if it wasn’t entirely clear from its name, this is one very 420-friendly property. It’s located right next to Cascade Loop Highway, just minutes from Wallace Falls State Park, where there are ample trails for biking and hiking 12 miles in fact. Follow them up the Wallace River to see Wallace Falls, where three tiers of water rush over rock and timber, tumbling into the clear pools below. If you’re so inclined to explore more of the park, head down the old logging road or the Greg Ball Trail to discover the swimming holes and boating and fishing ops in Wallace and Jay Lakes.