Foster Huntington’s short ‘The Cinder Cone’ follows a group of friends who built a treehouse and skate bowl up in the mountains

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Natasha Peach on 19 Jun 2015



After months of preparation, last summer, Foster Huntington and a group of friends set out to complete a childhood dream, building an escape up in the trees. From breaking ground to completing the interconnected treehouses, skate bowl and hot tub-with-a-view in the Columbia River Gorge, Foster’s short, The Cinder Cone, follows their story. While some were professional carpenters, other learned on the job, but really this is a about a bond between friends, and making your life’s ambitions come true. Find out more about the project, plus a book which successfully found funding on Kickstarter, on the Cinder Cone site:

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