The lodge sits atop a bluff overlooking the river, we call it Mount
Alagnak, but that's a bit of an exaggeration! From our floating dock, you
climb just 48 steps and you are at the lodge. Being up high offers
excellent views of the river and surrounding tundra, especially from the
upper floor balconies.
All guest facilities are located in the main lodge, which helps maintain a
friendly atmosphere that you don't always find at lodges with scattered
buildings. It is also useful in times of inclement weather. Other
buildings house the generator shed, work shop, storage, and staff
Our main downstairs room offers spectacular views of the river and is a great place to relax after a long day of fishing.
fish stories with others, or tie some flies to get ready for the next morning.
Always have your camera
close by, since shouts of
"bear" or "moose" are frequently heard. If you're up early or late to bed,
you'll need it for that spectacular sunrise
We have several single rooms, as well as a few rooms that
sleep two or three guests.
Some of our single rooms have queen size beds
to accommodate couples. Larger rooms are ideal for groups or families.
The lodge has all the amenities you would expect;
modern indoor plumbing, 24 hr electricity, and
daily housekeeping service.
After a long day on the river, and a hearty meal there's no
better way to spend the evening than to relax in our Alaskan steam room.
Dining at the lodge is an
experience to remember. Fighting salmon can be hard work, so start
the day off with a full cooked breakfast, and return to the lodge for a
a long day on the water, enjoy hearty dinners such as prime rib and
blackened salmon (pictured left), roast (below), steak, halibut etc.
You're doing well if you don't leave a few pounds heavier than when you
are accompanied by freshly baked bread and delicious desserts. Wine is served with dinner.