Accommodation December 16, 2017
The 7 Most Remote And Magical Cabins In Alaska For A Snowy Winter Getaway
Forget about tropical beaches, Alaska winter adventures can be just a beautiful, relaxing and fun. The great land is so vast and full of mountains to climb and vistas to see, you’ll never enough. Take a weekend adventure and explore a new part of Alaska, or revisit an old favorite. You’ll love Alaska in the winter if you dedicate yourself to playing in the snow.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Hatcher Pass Lodge - Palmer
This gorgeous lodge and cabins are nestled in the Talkeetna Mountains and are perfect for a getaway. This idyllic spot is perfect for relaxing in the mountains, skiing, exploring and relaxing by the fire.
2. Moose Walk Cabin, Fairbanks
Head to these cabin is nestled into the boreal forrest near Fairbanks. It's quiet, cozy, private and right up close to nature. Out the front door are miles of trails, a frozen pond for ice skating or a friendly game of hockey, and of course wildlife for days.
3. A Cabin by the Pond - Soldotna
Just 5 minutes from Soldotna, this place is known for ridiculously beautiful sunsets, solitude, and the peaceful frozen pond nearby. Anytime of year, this place is magical.
4. Gate Creek Cabins, Petersville
These year-round cabins have access to beautiful snow-covered mountains and lots of winter activities. Rent a snow machine or take a tour, cross country ski or snow shoe in the glorious Susitna Valley.
5. Winterlake Lodge, Backcountry
This comfortable lodge offers backcountry adventures, guided tours and plenty of opportunity to relax and commune with nature. This place is especially alive during dog mushing race season in the late winter.
6. Alaska Public Use Cabins, All Over Alaska
There are over 200 Public-Use Cabins all over Alaska. They offer bare bones accommodations with just a simple cabin and a woodstove to warm it. But for a backcountry adventure, staying in a cabin is much easier than bringing a tent!
7. Meandering Moose Cabins, Talkeetna
Head to these cabins in the classic mountain town Talkeetna, a gateway to Denali National Park. Winter in Talkeetna is so much fun, from the miles of cross country ski trails to the fun nightlife. Hang out with awesome Talkeetna locals, explore the area and you will have a blast.
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