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Redoubt Bay Lodge


Named for the Redoubt Volcano which can be seen from these 6 private log cabins, the Redoubt Bay Lodge is found in Lake Clark National Park. Huddled on the shores of the glacier-fed Crescent Lake and surrounded by the imposing Chigmit Mountains, this lodge provides a truly remote Alaskan wilderness experience. Approachable only by floatplane from Anchorage, many come to the lodge for the brown bears who gather here from the middle of June to the end of August. A wide range of outdoor activities are also available, including hiking, kayaking and fishing.

July is the most popular month in which to visit, as this is when the salmon run in the nearby Wolverine Creek Cove. Plenty of other wildlife can be spotted here as well as hungry brown bears, including harbour seals, bald eagles and black bears. Full day trips are available form Anchorage, but for those with more time on their hands an overnight stay is highly recommended.

The lodge accommodates twelve overnight guests in 6 private log cabins, each with two comfortable beds, heating, flush toilets, simple showers and superb views.

Hotel Features

  • 6 cabins
  • All meals included
  • Library
  • Free wifi
  • Full guide service & use of equipment included

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