A Teton Tree House - Jackson Hole, Wyoming
"Who could resist a place called A Teton Tree House, on Heck
of a Hill Road?" asks the March/April, 1997, edition of the
National Geographic Traveler? "Actually the hill's not that
bad," the article continues. "Just a short drive up beyond
the crossroads of the hamlet of Wilson, and you're there --
at a whimsical, multi-level playhouse of a place almost
hidden on a forested slope. Fuschia fireweed and creamy
columbine nodded at me as I tackled the ninety-five step
climb up into the arboreal retreat.Actually the climb's not
bad either -- and worth every step."
"This started out as a little cabin for my wife and me,"
Denny Becker told me. "But I just kept adding on." He gave a
friendly, wide open Wyoming laugh, and we began our tour
that took me along labyrinthine hallways, on stairs that
curved up and down four levels, and past six guest rooms
where the forest presses into windows and rough lodgepole
pine walls seem to mirror the outside."
A Teton Tree House Bed & Breakfast
6175 Heck of a Hill Road
Wilson, WY 83014
Phone: (307) 733-3233