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Tiny, Italian A-Frame Is Free to Stay If You Climb 8,303 Feet

Set on top of the world in the Italian Alps, this tiny A-frame cabin on Foronon Buinz Mountain won't cost a cent to spend the night. The only catch? You have to climb 8,303 feet to get there. The Giovanni Pesamosca Architetto-designed micro-dwelling honors the deceased mountain climber Luka Vuerich, sleeps 9 people, and was built by helicopter in a single day. The design is simple, with no-frills bunks and tiny windows. But forget about the creature comforts, we think the views from this place are worth the climb.

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