There are several categories of Alaska lodges that we have identified to help our clients navigate the wilderness of options available to them. Don't see what you are looking for? Contact a Travel Specialist
Fly out lodges regularly use aircraft to access remote areas for both fishing and other guided activity. Most fly out lodges offer luxury accommodations and dining in addition to the most complete field programs available in Alaska.
Alaska river lodges are defined by their location on a prominent home river. For these operations, nearly all of the guided fishing will take place on this local fishery.
Alaska's adventure lodges offer a multitude of guided activities in addition to fishing. These activities may include bear viewing, flight seeing, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, glacier treking, dog sledding and much more.
Wilderness lodges are located in the remote Alaska bush, and are only accessible by aircraft or boat. These destinations offer a "wild experience" to their guests that showcases nature and the authentic Alaska.
For Alaska travelers wanting a maritme fishing and/or eco-adventure experience, our list of ocean-based lodges can accommodate those interests.
Don't need no stinkin' lodge? Alaska float trips are muti-day trips that explore the backcountry rivers of Alaska - fishing and camping along the way. Our float trips are fully guided with first rate camping gear and rafts provided.
Luxury has a little different meaning in Alaska than say New York. Our definition of "Alaska luxury" are those lodges who offer the best in lodge amenities, accommodations, and dining experience.
Alaska fly in lodges are only accessible by float plane or other bush aircraft. Many of these lodges are located on lakes and rivers. Others have a private air strip on the property. Fly in lodges offer that classic remote setting with great opportunity to experience the best of wild Alaska.