Cabin Photo Credit: Emils Vanags (iStock).

Photo Credit: Emils Vanags (iStock).

Men's Journal recently published an article listing the 'most popular' Airbnbs in each state, based on which stays get 'wishlisted' the most on the service. Colorado's 'most wishlisted' spot is a great representation of the outdoorsy lifestyle that locals love.

Located in the Carbondale area, an Airbnb dubbed 'Rocky Mountain Treehouse' was the top Centennial State pick.

With a rental cost starting at $319 per night (with a two-night minimum), the treehouse was built in 1971, sitting on two acres of land and with a creek running beneath it. It's built on four 100-foot-tall spruce trees, sitting about 25 feet off the ground.

The treehouse cabin is pretty spacious, with a full-size kitchen, a bathroom with a rock shower, and a sleeping loft, along with two balconies. Plus, it's got a picnic and campfire area, as well as a private mountain garden.

With a 4.83-star rating and 502 reviews, this Airbnb seems to be a hit with those who stay. See images of the spot here.

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Spencer McKee is OutThere Colorado's Director of Content and Operations. In his spare time, Spencer loves to hike, rock climb, and trail run. He's on a mission to summit all 58 of Colorado's fourteeners and has already climbed more than half.


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