Rural life

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

Deep in the woods, on a tiny island, in the middle of a woodland, ten meters above the forest floor and with 360 degree views of green forest and wilderness, Himmelhytta looks between the tree tops.

From the edge of the bed an early morning, finker and meisers are observed at the branches right outside the window, to the sound of the woodpecker. Are you lucky you can see reindeer, moose, or maybe a bear. Others have witnessed Orreleik close by.

– It gives a very special sense of freedom to be up in the trees so close to nature, says the entrepreneur and general manager of the wooden cabins. no Frode Schei.

There will be many overnight guests long-haired, both summer, autumn, winter and spring. After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty.

– Looking towards the sky and the stars, you land in the tree tops, Frode Schei smiles.

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

COMFORT: The cabin is well equipped for a comfortable stay, with a wood burning stove, a kitchen and a sofa bed. Photo: Karen Gjermundrød

Glass ceiling against the starry sky

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

These solid outflags are joking yourself

Himmelhytta has an ambitious name, and according to the Schei cabin, it has the best facilities and the most unique location, on an island in the middle of the idyllic Klufttjernet. Here the loft is made of a glass roof so you can lie and look straight on the starry sky or the birds on the branches outside.

Solar panel, biodusj and toilet are installed. The cottage has a wood burning stove, coffee machine, fridge and gas stove. Gourmet books, candles, bird books and binoculars are otherwise well-placed around.

Swearing in the wind

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

GLASS STOP: The bedroom is equipped with glass roof and glass surfaces that give a view of the starry sky and nature beyond. Photo: Karen Gjermundrød

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

TRAPP TO HEMS: From the living room you step up to the loft, which has a glass roof and a beautiful view. Photo: Karen Gjermundrød

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

HIGH OPPE: Ten meters above the ground you have great views of nature from the bedroom. Photo: Karen Gjermundrød

Wooden cabins have five cabins: Himmelhytta, Furu, Lerk, Gran and Bjørk. The cabins are designed to withstand 22 second meters of wind, and you quickly know that it saves in the tree tops.

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

Bear and the wife gave keys to the kitchen vendor and went on vacation.

– The weather is part of the experience. It’s an equally great experience to enjoy a beautiful summer’s night here, like sitting in a fall night with a guy on the wood burning stove, candlelight and whining rain outside, or waking up to the first snowfall, says Frode Schei.

Nature is the only entertainment, and the cabins are protected by car and air traffic and, not least, light pollution. Closer to nature, you will not come.

Experience in the Ringsaker area

Wooden cabins cooperate with Sofie’s Living Room, which can provide exciting food in the cabins. From here you also have the opportunity to try a dog sledding or you can pick up the cabin by horse and sled or carriage, depending on the season. In the wilderness there are good fishing, cycling and cross country skiing.

After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

NEAR NATURE: The cabins are protected for car and air traffic and, not least, light pollution. Closer to nature you will not come. Photo: Karen Gjermundrød

It’s a short trip from the cabins to the tops with miles of views. The wooden cabins have a nice starting point for day trips by short distance, including to Prøysenhuset. Mjøsa is just a stone’s throw away, with Skibladner, boat hire opportunities, kayaking and good swimming possibilities. Otherwise, Nes and Helgøya have a flora of activities, producers of various kinds, as well as dining places. See the midfielder. no and wooden cabins. no for more information.

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After nine years of operation, the wooden cabins in Ringsakerskogen are rarely empty

GRILLING IN THE TRETOPPEN: Outside the porch you can grill sausages and cornflower for dinner. Photo: Karen Gjermundrød

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