Alaska has many unique wilderness lodges. We offer several ideas of how you can include a visit to one of these unique settings.
The Winterlake Lodge lies 198 trail miles northwest of Anchorage along Alaska’s historic Iditarod Trial. The lodge sits on 15 acres overlooking Winter Lake, a finger-shaped 2-mile lake where guests land by floatplane in the summer and ski plane in the winter. Winterlake offers seclusion and spectacular scenery.
This package features two of the finest lodges in Alaska; Redoubt Bay and Winterlake. Each lodge offers something different in style, activity, flora and fauna.
Famous for the rich fishing grounds that made the Waterfall Cannery one of the most productive salmon fishing canneries in Alaska, this converted Resort attracts anglers of all skill levels from around the world for the staggering number of trophy-size Salmon, Halibut, and Ling-cod that return each season.
Discover why Tutka Bay Wilderness Lodge has earned a reputation as one of the best wilderness lodges in Alaska. Located between Sadie Cove and Jakolof Bay near at the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula, it is accessible by floatplane or by boat from Homer.
Redoubt Bay Lodge is located 50 minutes southwest of Anchorage at the entrance to Lake Clark Pass. Accessible only by floatplane, the flight to the lodge offers spectacular scenic views of the Cook Inlet and the western edge of the Kenai Peninsula. This small, rustic lodge sits on a small knoll overlooking Big River Lakes, a chain of lakes whose waters lead to the Big River and on to Cook Inlet.
Orca Adventure Lodge in Cordova, Alaska offers guided fishing trips by boat or plane, remote fishing cabins, hiking, kayaking, and glacier tours in one of the most beautiful parts of Alaska. Combine all this with the long history of the restored Orca Cannery, and you get one Alaska’s most unique adventure destinations.
Fly from Juneau to Gustavus and Glacier bay for three days of exploration from the Glacier Bay Lodge. The tour features a catamaran tour of Glacier bay and the surrounding area. Day three takes you on a whale watching tour before your flight back to Juneau.
This exclusive Knightly Tour visits the best of Alaska’s wilderness and civilization. Featuring private lodges in Denali Park, the entrance to Lake Clark National Park, and on the famous Iditarod trail, this adventure offers bear viewing, flightseeing and even yoga!