This classic cabin style is one of North American Log Crafters’ top-rated wood cabins at the Alpine Village Cabin Resort. The cabin, which is located near Jasper, Alberta, is made of fine Douglas Fir logs and has a timeless design. Built in 2012, the executive one-bedroom cabin building had a two-sided fireplace that could be viewed from the log-beamed great room or the luxury of the queen bed in the separate bedroom. The cabin boasts a designer bathroom with a walk-in shower and bench, as well as an expensive kitchen. The wood cottage features a big porch with a private BBQ and views of the forest. The maximum number of people who can stay in this wood cottage is three.
Cabins are popular for a multitude of reasons, one of which is that they are environmentally friendly. Every building material starts with natural resource extraction and ends with disposal. Wood, which begins with logging, is the only fully renewable and sustainable raw building material. Economic activity and energy consumption are involved in the extraction, processing, production, and eventual disposal of raw building materials. The whole life cycle of a building material describes the effects that the substance has from beginning to end. The influence of building materials can be measured in a variety of ways, such as energy use, water consumption, and carbon balance.
This Log Cabin is built by North American Log Crafters.