Ski Jump Cabin
Practice your airs, then go inside for hot cocoa
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This is the ultimate skiers’ cabin.
Why? The roof doubles as a ski jump. Want to practice your 1080s? Just send it off the angled ramp.
Inside the 592-square-foot, solar-powered cabin—located near Lillehammer, Norway—there's a full kitchen, a wood stove, and ski room. There are also plenty of big windows to let in natural light.