A Treehouse Fit for a Viking

Taking to the trees overseas for an international treehouse build was an amazing experience! Four of our carpenters flew to Norway to build this treehouse, designed by renowned Norwegian treehouse designer Frode Schei. This treehouse is part of Klatrepark, a climbing adventure park in HelgΓΈya, Hedmark.

Schei modeled this structure after the rustic treehouses at his resort, Tree Top Hut. Nestled 21 feet high in soaring pine trees, the 184-square-foot treehouse offers breathtaking views of Lake MjΓΈsa, the largest lake in Norway. It’s the perfect place for friends to gather for rest and relaxation after a day of climbing in the park. This Norwegian build was such a special experience for our carpenters!

Scroll through Pete's photos below to tour the Klatrepark treehouse:

Thanks for making our first international build an incredible experience, Frode!

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