The Timberline Cabin in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA was built in 1925 to house workers on the Fall River Road. The National Park Service rustic style cabin was designed by the National Park Service's Landscape Engineering Division under the direction of Thomas Chalmers Vint. The cabin was later used as a patrol cabin and as a caretaker's residence.
The one-story cabin stands above the timberline. It is built of concrete with a stone veneer. The roof framing uses peeled logs with an asphalt roll roofing weather surface, protected by a log lattice on top. The cabin has two doors and ten windows. It measures about 32.33 feet (9.85 m) by 16.33 feet (4.98 m).The Timberline Cabin was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 29, 1988.