Lake Clark National Park Our remote lodge can only be reached via a spectacular flight along the Cook Inlet. The flight take you past three active volcanoes, and several rivers and glaciers. The plane lands right on the sandy beach on the coast. Thanks to the open grassland along the coast, the area surrounding the lodge is ideal for bear watching.
This beautiful, family-run lodge is located within the Lake Clark National Park, and offers a lounge, dining room, and outdoor decking area with breathtaking views of the Cook Inlet. The lodge is well known for its delicious food.
The cabins and lodge rooms are spacious and lovingly decorated, and feature comfortable beds, bath/shower and heating.
Accompanied by our experienced guides, you will go bear watching by quad bike or on foot.
Girdwood We spend two nights in a lovely B&B in the heart of Girdwood. The historic B&B is surrounded by an idyllic garden and lies on the edge of a secluded forest.
Matanuska Valley You will spend a night in a comfortable lodge on the Glenn Highway, not far from the Matanuska Glacier. The lodge features 11 cabins, restaurant, bar, whirlpool and sauna. The restaurant in the lodge is known for its excellent cuisine. All cabins have showers, WC and a private terrace.
Palmer Very nice B&B between Palmer and Wasila with comfortably furnished rooms. All the cabins and rooms have refrigerators, coffee / tea makers, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. The cabins have two rooms sharing a living area. From the accommodation we have wonderful views of the Chugach mountains.
Talkeetna Top-class lodge located just outside Talkeetna. On clear days, it offers stunning views towards the Alaska Range and Mount Denali.
The lodge is built in typical Alaskan style, and has a spacious lobby with fireplace, restaurant, cafe and bar. Rooms are equipped with bath/shower, toilet, hairdryer, TV, telephone, Internet, radio and coffee machine.
In the heart of the Denali National Park Located 90 miles within Denali National Park in the shadow of Denali, our lodge is a unique wilderness retreat for those seeking an in-depth experience in the sub-arctic. Founded in 1951, the lodge is Alaska’s original wilderness vacation lodge, which strives to help visitors gain knowledge and appreciation for the natural history of Denali National Park.
Lodging at this lodge is in individual cabins with handcrafted quilts, a wood burning stove and unparalleled views of Denali. There is an outdoor water spigot with cold running water. A short path leads to a private, meticulously maintained outhouse.
Delicious, wholesome meals made with fresh, local ingredients are featured in the dining room. Daily activities have a strong natural history focus including wildlife observations and hikes led by staff naturalists. Canoeing, fishing and biking are also available. Nightly programs focus on various aspects of Denali’s natural and cultural history, including birds, mammals, wildflowers, tundra ecology, geology, mountaineering, wilderness, and land management.
The dining hall, lodge, natural history resource collection and a modern bath and shower facility (hot water showers) are a three to seven-minute walk from your cabin. This style of lodge makes your visit to Denali Park a much more serene experience.
This remote lodge may not be for everyone, but if you desire an experience away from the fast pace of urban life and you enjoy the camaraderie of kindred spirits, you will not be disappointed.