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About Us

Welcome to Alpine Creek Lodge! We are an Alaska Lodge located at mile 68 of the Denali Highway, and we are open year round for you! We have spent most of our lives in Alaska.  Claude started out in Fairbanks as a kid, and then attended college at Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka Alaska. Claude has lived in many Alaskan communities, including Fairbanks, Homer, Kodiak, Dutch Harbor, Ketchikan, Craig, Wrangell, Juneau, Pelican, Yakutat, Soldotna and Kenai.  Jennifer grew up in Anchorage and then went back to Delaware for a few years with family and to attend college.  Our son, Bob, was born in 2003, and he is truly enjoying the lifestyle of remote living at the lodge.

There are so many opportunities  here that in a lifetime you couldn’t do them all. We want to welcome you to what we believe is the TRUE Alaska adventure. No long lines, no crowds, and best of all no buses! We want to share with you the things that we get to experience every day. The gorgeous scenery, the wildlife, the fresh air, in essence how Alaska was meant to be seen. Up close and personal. We would love it if you would come join us for some adventure, great friends, great food, and our genuine Alaskan hospitality. Thank you for considering Alpine Creek Lodge!

Claude and Jennifer Bondy



We have a restaurant that is open for anyone to stop in and have a great meal while traveling the Denali Highway.  Chef Chrissy is an amazing cook who prepares all of our meals and desserts.  Breakfast and Dinner are all you can eat and served family style.  Lunches are made to order with the choices of Hamburgers, Grilled Cheese, Deli Sandwiches, Chili and Homemade Soups.

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We received several more inches of snow in the last 48 hours. Expecting more over the next few days. Trail riding has been excellent. We are packing down the trails on Windy Creek, Valdez Creek and several others. We aren’t hitting any rocks and snow packed on the trails is 8 to 12 inches. About 2 feet throughout the woods. Snow has been piling up North of MP 62 where we ride in the mountains since September. The snow that fell on the coffee shop up there never melted. If you are unfamiliar with the coffee shop, you’ll have to come out riding and I’ll show you!

The Highway riding in is excellent from Cantwell. Fast and fairly smooth. We have been pulling a drag back and forth from Cantwell. No gravel showing anywhere along that route.

They are doing work about 20 miles in putting some more rock where the Nenana is close to the road, so it is being plowed to that point, and the latest word is that the work will be complete around December 14th. So plan on driving to that point, or expect thin snow from Cantwell to that point.

The trail East is virtually untouched. A couple of mushers have been down there, but for the most part its all untouched snow! There is a lot more snow starting just a couple of miles East of us.

If you have any questions, give a call at 907-743-0565. Ask for Jennifer or Claude.

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We are a full service Lodge with all accommodations. We have wireless internet and satellite TV in the main living room area of the lodge. Bring your laptop if you need to stay in touch with your friends, family, or business associates.

    • ATV Tours and Excursions
    • Northern Lights Viewing
    • Snow Machine/Snowmobile
    • Gold Panning
    • Photography
    • Wildlife Viewing
    • Hiking
    • Biking
    • Bird Watching
    • Geocaching
    • Fly and Spin Fishing

Welcome to Alpine Creek Lodge

The Denali Highway

Listed by National Geographic as the #2 Scenic Drive in the world.