There's camping, and then there are the Rolling Huts. Designed as a modern alternative to camping by Seattle architect Tom Kundig, these six raised cabins in an alpine-river-valley meadow with mountain views accommodate up to four guests and have an industrial, boxcar-like appearance and unfussy interiors. Plywood walls, minimalist furniture, and high ceilings give the huts a raw yet light and airy feeling. Each features a wall of windows (for that view) and 240-square-foot deck, a small refrigerator, microwave, fireplace, and Wi-Fi. Firewood is provided, but guests need to bring their own sleeping bags. This is roughing it with style and sophistication. There's a $10 surcharge for holiday weekends.