There are few things more romantic than the notion of waiting out a snowfall inside a rustic cabin. Ensconced a warm wooden home, enjoying the fun of being indoors while showing Old Man Winter who's the boss — a cozy, warm cabin is simply the best place to be.
But if a cabin isn't in the cards for you, or you're just nostalgic for winters gone by, take a peek at these cabins that blend so perfectly into the winter landscape.
A cabin near Ulriken, the tallest of seven mountains that surround Bergen, Norway.
Nothing says winter in Alaska like a heavy snowfall on Christmas.
Good luck getting to this Lake Tahoe cabin.
Or to these cabins in Mjølfjell, Norway.
Just a nice snowy forest scene near the German town of Wildbad Kreuth.
Sledding down this slope in Arosa, Switzerland, is probably a real thrill.
Even the U.S. Forest Service can't escape the snow, but these cabins in Juneau, Alaska, make it look so ... hygge.
Given it's the northernmost region of Finland, Lapland cabins are well-acquainted with snow.
It turns out the cabins in southern areas of Finland, like this one in Selkie, are used to snow, too.
Snow and sea are sights to behold at this Swedish cabin perched near the Baltic Sea.
This rustic cabin is a sanctuary during a storm in West Virginia.
A lodge-like cabin seemed like a good place to beat the winter in Sortavala, Russia.
It's hard to miss this black cabin in Trysil, Norway, even during a snowstorm.