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Winter & Spring Adventures

Winter and spring activities are available October 1st – May 14th. Contact us to make your reservation!

There is nothing like the winter in Alaska, the sights, the lights, and the cold!
We love to welcome our guests to our Lodge to relax and enjoy all that makes an Alaskan winter special. Guests can hang around the Lodge, read a book and just soak in the beauty of the area or after a day full of adventure guests can return to the warmth of the lodge for a warm meal and a relaxing sit in the Sauna.
  • We offer All-inclusive 3-5 night Northern Light Packages for our guests which include guided hikes, dog mushing, and sightseeing by car or plane.
  • For those wanting a little less, you can book guided hikes ranging from half to full day depending on guests interests, level of fitness, and weather.
  • Transportation is available upon request and availability.
  • Learn more about our Winter/Spring Packages below!
  • A non-refundable 50% deposit is required at time of booking.
  • Activities cancelled due to weather will be rescheduled within the calendar year.
  • Call us about our rates! ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
Contact us to inquire about our packages.

Click to download the Winter Activity Brochure


*Guest Services include transporting guests to local outfitter to purchase winter gear as needed prior to departure for lodge.

Things to bring:

• Warm long johns top and bottoms (base layer)
• Fleece pullover top
• Shell ski jacket
• Shell pants or snow/ski pants
• Winter coat (rated to – 50 below)
• Wool socks (two pairs and one pair boot liners)
• Wind resistant hat, neck gaiter, and/or balaclava
• Warm gloves and/or mittens & Liners (rated 30 below)
• Winter boots (rated to -50 below)
• Sense of humor
• Sense of adventure

*All these items can be purchased prior to departing for lodge at local stores. We request sizes prior to arrival for expedited shopping.


Safety and Risk Management:

Due to the nature of outdoor travel there are certain inherent risks in all Outdoor Adventure’s trips. Acceptable risks include traveling with a daypack for several miles over uneven terrain, consisting of ditches, frozen rivers and creeks, as well as up and down inclined slopes. Conditions may include below zero temperatures, snow showers, and high winds. Driving risks may include slick and snowy roads, poor visibility, and wildlife. Please note that trip cancellations are possible with temperatures colder than -20F. It is important to recognize that you are voluntarily participating in this activity. By choosing to participate, you agree that you appreciate and accept responsibility for these risks. Alaska is a wild place.  Your safety is our highest priority.

*All guides have the ability to contact the lodge. Guides are trained in first aid for outdoor emergencies.
**Most travel is within one to two hours of the lodge.