Share:

The Rolling Huts

Methow Valley

Okanogan Mountains, Washington

Start Exploring
The Rolling Huts

Share:

Advertisement
  • The huts are aglow at night.- The Rolling Huts
  • The wood burning stove keeps the small cabin plenty warm on cold nights.- The Rolling Huts
  • The camp area lights provide a warm glow against the cold snow.- The Rolling Huts
  • Bring a blanket to enjoy snacks and sitting near the fireplace in the living space.- The Rolling Huts
  • Deer and other wildlife make thier home in the backyard at Rolling Huts.- The Rolling Huts
  • Bring your own bedding from home to stay warm on the provided mattress.- The Rolling Huts
  • Scouting route maps of the varied and numerous trails in the area.- The Rolling Huts
  • The huts are staggered and offset for privacy.- The Rolling Huts
  • Minimalist design and industrail materials are used to create a unique lodging experience.- The Rolling Huts
  • An example of the stilted construction of the huts.- The Rolling Huts
  • The Okanogan Mountains in the background on an overcast Methow Valley morning.- The Rolling Huts
  • A barn on site provides a scenic backdrop.- The Rolling Huts
  • A view down the entrance deck of the huts toward the field.- The Rolling Huts
  • Plenty of wood is provided for guests and is stacked conveniently below the huts.- The Rolling Huts
  • A side view of the hut shows how the walls are made for privacy, but the high windows still let plenty of natural light in.- The Rolling Huts
  • The attached outhouse isn't glamourous, but it is very clean.- The Rolling Huts
  • Kelly's at Wesola Polana is the adjacent restaurant.- The Rolling Huts
  • The signage from Highway 20.- The Rolling Huts
  • A look inside of Kelly's at Wesola Polana, a great place to grab a coffee or drink as you plan your adventurous day.- The Rolling Huts
  • A glimpse of historic downtown Winthrop, Washington.- The Rolling Huts
  • Starry night in Winthrop, Washington.- The Rolling Huts
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Beautiful setting. Quiet. Great cross-country ski access.
Cons: 
Reserve early. Provide your own bedding.
Advertisement
Region:
Okanogan Mountains, WA
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Year round: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Price per night: 
$71-160/night
Sleeps: 
1-4
Current Local Weather:

Details

ADA/Wheelchair Accessible: 
No
Pet Friendly (allowed inside): 
Yes
Wood Stove: 
Yes
Electricity: 
Yes
Heating (forced air or radiant): 
No
Potable Water: 
Yes
Showers: 
Yes
Firewood Provided: 
Yes
Kitchen: 
Yes
Outdoor Fire Pit/BBQ: 
Yes
Linens provided: 
No

Reservation Information

Managed by: 
The Rolling Huts
Reservation phone number: 
1 (877) 223-1137
Advertisement
Property Description

Property Description

Sponsored Contributor

The Methow Valley in Washington is a mecca for cross-country skiing in the U.S. The area boasts over 120 miles of accessible ski trails in and around the quaint town of Winthrop. Trails range in difficulty, providing plenty of options for novice visitors and seasoned trail veterans. Many of the trails are also accessible to hikers and bikers in the summer, making this spectacular valley at the edge of the Okanogan National Forest a year-round destination.  

The Rolling Huts became a popular lodging option in the valley after they received some good publicity from travel articles and architectural magazines (the huts were designed by renowned architect Tom Kundig of the Seattle firm Olson Kundig Architects). The minimalist cabins feature the necessities: a kitchen, a mattress, a wood burning stove, an attached outhouse, and spectacular views in a great setting. There are six cabins, and though each comfortably fits two adults, modular furniture in the living area can easily be configured to fit two additional guests. Larger groups can opt to rent The Farm House, which features three bedrooms to sleep more guests. Also on site are the men's and women's changing and shower facilities and an outdoor barbeque space for enjoying good weather, warm or cold.  

The Rolling Huts are 9 miles northwest of Winthrop, and they are very close to the ski trails down the road. The trails run for miles to the north and south of the valley and continue up Highway 20 in the winter to the Mount Baker area. All of the trails are well maintained, and conditions are easy to check through the Methow Valley Sports Trails Association (MVSTA).

Kelly's at Wesola Polana is a restaurant and bar located at the edge of the huts, and it's a good option for coffee, food, and drinks if you prefer not to make your own.  

 

Updates, Tips + Comments

Updates, Tips + Comments

Field Guide

Field Guide

Download
Advertisement
Location + Directions

Location + Directions

Nearby Camping + Lodging

(4 within a 30 mile radius)

Nearby Adventures

(9 within a 30 mile radius)

Advertisement
Related Content

Related Content

Adventure Community

Adventure Community

Who Wants To Do It
31 Members
Who's Done It
2 Members
Submission by
Sponsored Contributor
131 Adventures Explored
47 Adventures Published

Newsletter Signup

Join the Outdoor Project Community

Get access to essential planning materials and information for your next adventure. Take a few seconds to join the community. It’s FREE!

Free Field Guides + Maps

Post Updates, Tips + Comments

Organize + Track Your Adventures

Insider Detailed Info, News + Benefits

Custom Driving Directions

Recommended Campsites, Photos + Reservation Info