This indigenous stairway was made to complement a cabin we built on a campsite in the Adirondack mountains, on the banks of the Hudson River. Previously, going down to the river required a rather precarious climb down a steep bank, and the client wanted a safer path for his family that would harmonize visually with the wooded land.
To craft the stairs, a hemlock tree was felled in place, and the treads were carved right into its trunk. The railing was assembled from sapling tree trunks gathered from the area. Our client says that this stairway receives more complements from visitors than any other element of the campsite – including the cabin itself.
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