MoonPass Lookouts:

An Elevated Forest Experience 

MoonPass Lookouts is an immersive travel experience, tucked away on 55 acres of forest in Wallace Idaho. 

With 5 custom built fire lookout towers, each with a glass roof for stargazing, MoonPass Lookouts offers a chance to explore the historic site of the Great Fire of 1910 while experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime forest adventure. 

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Disconnect From The Hustle Of Daily Life

The fire lookout towers have glass roofs and are set in a forested property with a creek and pond for a serene and natural environment. The property is 30 miles to Hiawatha trail and 7 miles to historic downtown Wallace, ID.


Modern-Day Comforts And Amenities

Each fire lookout tower has a full size bed, a kitchen, bathroom, wood burning stove, and solar power for charging phones. The property has a sauna, fire pit, ax throwing, hiking trails, fishing, and scenic, 360-views. 


A Historical, Bucket-List Destination

The historic city of Wallace, Idaho is where the Great Fire of 1910 started, also known as the “Big Burn” and one of the US’s largest forest fires in history. The MoonPass Lookout property will boast The Fire Lookout Museum.

One of the heroes of the Great Burn is Ed Pulaski, who led his firefighting crew to safety in a mine shaft, which is a beautiful 5 mile hike from our MoonPass property.

Our fire lookout towers, set against this historic backdrop and fire museum adds an special, educational element to an already unforgettable experience.


Created By Famous Airbnb Host With Thousands of 5-Star Reviews

Kristie Wolfe is an Airbnb legend, known for her creative builds and has constructed some of the world’s most unique properties from the ground up.

She’s been an Airbnb superhost for nearly 10 years and has thousands of five-star reviews. 

From off-grid hobbit holes, hawaiian treehouses, and potato-shaped abodes, Wolfe always creates unforgettable travel experiences of play and relaxation.


How do I get there?

We’re tucked away in the beautiful panhandle of Idaho, nestled in the heart of Wallace. If you’re flying in, we’re a little over an hour from the Spokane airport and conveniently located on I-90. We’re also just a two hour drive from the Missoula, Montana airport.

How many guests can fit in each tower?

Each tower is designed to accommodate 2 people, making it a perfect romantic getaway or a solo retreat to disconnect and unwind.

Are you dog friendly?

Yes! We love dogs! We include dog bowls, and a dog bed in every look out.

When will it be ready?

We will start construction this Fall and open Spring 2024.


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