We are located at mile 68 of the Denali Highway, directly between Cantwell
and Paxson Alaska. The Denali Highway is not plowed from October 1st to May 15, so it becomes our snow machine and dog
mushing trail to the lodge. From May 16th to September 30th, the gravel Denali Highway is seldom traveled, and crowds
are unheard of. This is in between the headwaters of the Susitna River and the Maclaren River, and the lodge is in the
Clearwater Mountains. From the lodge, you will have views of many lakes, and hundreds of square miles of Alaska.
You will be itching to get out and explore as you stand there with your morning coffee!
The lodge is located near many ATV trail heads.
The abandoned Valdez mine is a short ride way, and offers a historical look at the turn of the century town of Denali.
There are many hiking trails and the Arctic Grayling fishing is
some of the best in Alaska.
Our Coordinates are: N63.02.544
Take the Glenn Highway to Parks Junction travel through Wasilla and head north to Cantwell. Take a right turn
onto the Denali Highway and travel 68 miles to the lodge.
Take the Glenn
Highway through Palmer, then through Glennallen. Go North from Glennallen on the Richardson Highway to Paxson. Once
in Paxson, take a left at the Denali Highway and go 67 miles to the lodge.
Take the Parks Highway south through Nenana and Denali. Once in Cantwell,
take a left at the Denali Highway and travel 68 miles to the lodge.
Take Alaska Highway to Delta Junction take a right
down the Richardson Highway go 60 miles to Paxton. Once in Paxson, take a right and head 67 miles to the lodge.
Note: The Denali Highway is not maintained from Oct 1-May 15. Travel is at your own risk,
but please consider using our ride leader to safely get you into the lodge!