Tiny homes are quickly becoming a growing craze, and while they might not be for everyone, this professional skier makes it look perfect for any person who lives for the outdoors.

An article on Outside Online, spotlights the tiny home of professional big-mountain extreme skier Lexi DuPont.

Be sure to check the article for photos of the home that appropriately placed in the heart of nature.

From Outside Online:

The 26-year-old Sun Valley native spends most of the year traveling to competitions and shoots. When she returns to Idaho, DuPont has a 500-square-foot geodesic dome—complete with wooden shingles, a cow skull, and riverside hot springs—waiting for her.

Dome sweet home! Last year, I made a very adult decision and decided to buy a house. And not just any house: I’m now the proud owner of a 1970s dome, located on two acres of property nestled between the Idaho National Forest and the Warm Springs River in my hometown.

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