Our Treetop Cabins
The two treetop cabins have six beds – a double bed and four single beds. Here you get modern comfort with electricity and running water. The cabins are elevated eight meters above the ground. They are not attached to the trees, but rest on a wickerwork structure that is anchored in solid rock.About our treetop cabins
Awards and nominations
AD Design Awards
European Steel Design Awards
Dezeen Design Awards
Arch Daily Buliding of the Year Awards
Nature Experiences at Finnskogen
It's summer, it's hot, and even though the forest is cool, it can be nice with a swim! Read more
Outdoor activities in lean-to shelter
A gapahuk is a central part of Norwegian traditions. Traditionally this was a place where you would find shelter with a warming fire. Read more
Sleigh ride & horse and carriage
Experience Finnskogen with the horse as your companion! Get out and about in a horse and carriage! Read more
Yoga in the woods
Forest yoga is an alternative and exciting way to do yoga. Read more
Bird Watching for the Great Grey Owl
Join our guide on an exciting adventure looking for some of the exotic inhabitants of the Finnskogen forest. Read more
For the optimal luxury experience, you can order a SPA treatment during your stay at PAN. Read more
FREEQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is the gapahuk?
Along the entrance road, at the top of the mountain, there is a path to the left that leads you to PAN Gapahuk. Look for a black, round steel sign with PAN that is attached to a large stone on the left side of the road. Here there are benches and tables with seating for 12 people. In winter, there is a bonfire and firewood in the gapahuk.
I don't like heights. This is probably not for me?
PAN is an experience for everyone even though you might be a little sceptic when it comes to heights. The entrance goes through a spiral staircase with tight grids on all sides. This leads to a bridge with handrails on both sides before entering the cabin itself. If you still are a bit concerned, we recommend taking your stay in PAN 2. It lies more down in the terrain with the forest closer and you do not feel the height as massive as on PAN
Is it difficult to drive to PAN?
Driving through the woods in the middle of nowhere might seem a bit scary, but this is an important part of the experience. Leaving the asphalt and entering the gravel road is when your stay at PAN really starts. Here you will have an exciting five kilometres drive through the wilderness before you arrive at PAN. Please note that forest roads are not the same as public roads, so if you are traveling in the winter make sure you have a good car. A 4×4 i s recommended in case of sudden changes in the weather. If you want to experience the magic of PAN but are not comfortable driving yourself, we can arrange for a car to pick you up through our hotel pick up service.
How can I cook my food?
PAN has a state-of-the-art kitchen with electricity, water and everything you need for cooking. In the kitchen there is equipment for every dish, easy or advanced. Outside there is a bonfire pan, but it is removed during dry periods and during the bonfire ban period. Then there will be a barbecue at the service building that guests can use instead.