Tiny Houses

Idaho Springs, Colorado, United States

Idaho Springs

Discover the mountain treasures of Idaho Springs, the birthplace of the Colorado Gold Rush and home of the first commercialized hot springs in America.

Pierce County, Washington, United States

Mt. Rainier National Park

With a glacier-lined, active volcano as its centerpiece, it’s no surprise that this gem of a national park has a long history of daring adventure.

Greely, Pennsylvania, United States

Camp Timber Tops

Coming here since 1961, campers have come to the Poconos to take part in Camp Timber Tops---we hope the cabins have heating.

Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick, Canada

Petit-Rocher

"Don’t let Petit-Rocher’s size fool you — its story is as grand as its traditions. Step into this tiny French enclave and be transported to another time."

Whitefish, Montana, United States

Whitefish Mountain Resort

No, your eyes don’t deceive you. Ghosts indeed haunt this special ski resort, but they’re friendlier than you’d think — and they can only be found here.

Salem, Massachusetts, United States

Pedrick Storehouse

This "bewitching" wharf building carries on the legacy of a once vibrant harbor.

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, United States

Seaside Post Office

One of the most photographed Post Office buildings in the United States, it's only been around for a little over 30 years!

Cornwall, England

The Mousehole

A sleepy village with a famous pie that doesn't include cheese.

Tropoja, Albania

Valbona Valley

This untamed haven of mountains, caves, and rivers has a special place in Albanian culture.

Rochester, Vermont, United States

Apple Hill Farm

Ezekiel was known for his “if we can grow it, we’ll grow it” attitude.

Nymindegab, Denmark

Ese Houses

In the sleepy village of Nymindegab, the 200+ permanent residents still utilize relics of this industry: Esehusene.

Tremont, Maine, United States

Great Gott Island

Great Gott Island doesn’t have any running electricity or cars, with seasonal inhabitants relying on kerosene lamps and propane-powered water heaters.

Eyjafjörður, Iceland

Hauganes Village

This small fishing village is home to 140 residents, humpbacks--and hot tubs.

Patagonia, Argentina

El Chaltén

The isolated mountain village in Argentinian Patagonia is a famous hotspot for hiking culture, and a backpacker’s paradise.

Vieira de Leiria, Portugal

Striped Bungalows

Open for the summer season, these stalls sell ice cream, beach toys, and the like, while blending seamlessly with the typical striped homes of the region.

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Kibo Hut

Nearly every climber who has summited since has recorded his or her thoughts about the extreme accomplishment in a book stored in a wooden box at the top.

Lake Nipissing, Canada

Ice-Fishing Shacks

These humble winter homes do not merely provide accommodation for some sort of recreational activity, they enable a way of life.

Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

Days’ Cottages

A failed plan for a dream beach house led to the successful creation of Days' Cottages.

Millinocket, Maine, United States

Baxter State Park

When Maine governor Percival Baxter established Baxter State Park, he wrote into its deed that it would remain "forever wild".

Bokeelia, Florida, United States

Historic Fishing Shacks

These humble seafaring shacks are all that's left of a once booming fishing industry.

Moose, Wyoming, United States

Mormon Row Pink House

This iconic homestead got its exterior through an innocent mix-up over paint colors.

Giza, Egypt

Saqqara

Nothing says "security" like a giant boulder.

Hofsós, Iceland

Grafarkirkja

Iceland's oldest turf church bears the carvings of a renowned 17th century woodworker.

Twin Mountain, New Hampshire, United States

The Motel at Twin Mountain

A traditional family campground set against the backdrop of the visually stunning White Mountains.

Bolton Valley, Vermont, United States

Waffle Cabin

The cozy, quaint Waffle Cabin serves Liege-style waffles, a unique recipe native to Belgium.

Giogo del Maniva, Italy

Maniva Ski Resort

From war to venerated winter sport, the Pass is now a ski resort where “the paradise of snow and nature is the ideal vacation spot both in winter and summer.”

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