Alaska's Frontier

The interior is home to Denali National Park and North America’s tallest peak, Denali, which stands at 20,310 ft(6191 m).  Bears, moose, and caribou often roam the local forests and tundra, and fish are plentiful in the many rivers and streams. Fairbanks, Alaska’s second largest city, and Chena Hot Springs are both located in the interior as well. These locations offer almost 24-hours of daylight in the summer for you to enjoy, and in the winter you can watch the Aurora Borealis dance in the night sky.

The Far North is an immense region that embodies a vision of Alaska that visitors and Alaskans both share: vast and remote, while rich with wildlife and natural resources.  The region covers the land that lies primarily west of the Yukon River and north of the Arctic Circle. In Utqiagvik (the northernmost community in the United States), the sun does not set for 75-days in the summer and does not rise for 60-days in the winter.  This northern region is more than worth the visit, filled with rich history and natural wonders for you to enjoy.

Below are a few luxurious lodges that exist in interior Alaska and the Far North.  Please feel free to browse these lodges and let us know which one you would like to stay at, or jump right in and fill out our Custom Proposal Form.

View of valley from Bear Track Inn main lodge wiht mountains in distance


Bear Track Inn

Camp Denali log cabin with pond, ridge, and Denali in background


Camp Denali

Front view Crystal Creek Lodge at sunset with reflection on lodge windows


Crystal Creek Lodge

Full view of Deep Creek Fishing Club main lodge building with grass lawn


Deep Creek Fishing Club

Guest cabins along Moose Creek at Denali Backcountry Lodge


Denali Backcountry Lodge

Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge on edge of lake with mountains and blue sky

Interior/Far North

Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge

View of front deck of Kantishna Roadhouse with rocking chairs, flowers, cabin in distance


Kantishna Roadhouse

View of lake deck, and rocking chairs from Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge main lodge building


Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge

Floatplane landing on Karluk Lake in front of Kodiak Brown Bear Center


Kodiak Brown Bear Center

Exterior front view of North Face Lodge with fireweed in foreground


North Face Lodge

Front view of Redoubt Mountain Lodge main lodge


Redoubt Mountain Lodge

View of back of Stillpoint Lodge from the garden


Stillpoint Lodge

Aerial view of Tutka Bay Lodge main dock, boardwalk, and all cabins


Tutka Bay Lodge

Guest cabin overlooking Winterlake with fireweed and trees along the shore


Winterlake Lodge