Tiny House Built as Adventure Base Camp

Adam Glos is an outdoor adventure enthusiast and DIY tiny house builder in the Wyoming mountains. He built a 20′ x 8.5′ x 13.5′ tiny house on wheels using a wide variety of salvaged and reclaimed materials. For example, he incorporated locally-harvested wood, pallet wood for siding and vintage propane tank repurposed into a wood stove. Above all, Adam’s top priorities were cost-savings and sustainability.

Adam’s tiny home is well-suited for his active lifestyle. He created generous gear storage, to meet all his needs as an avid backcountry skier, camper, and rock climber. His passions inspired creative features, like his climbing wall as loft access.

Overall, his tiny home an ideal adventure base for mountain living, in his current parking spot or elsewhere. That it is to say, it’s travel-ready. So for Adam, home is where you park it, as long as it comes with easy access to the great outdoors.

Did Adam’s tiny house give you ideas for your future build?

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