All-Inclusive Comfort in the Wilderness

Your trip north begins in Fairbanks, where a one-hour and 45-minute flight takes you to Iniakuk Lake, a total journey of 225 miles. The main lodge rests at the northern end of 5-mile long Iniakuk Lake and offers 24-hour solar power, modern rooms, and fine dining just a few miles outside Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve.

We are a float plane fly-in only resort in the summer, but during winter months a ski plane will bring you direct from Fairbanks. The main lodge sits back off the lake a few hundred feet and has 3 upstairs bedrooms and a shared bath. Closer to the lake edge is a separate Guest Suite with two downstairs bedrooms and a large upstairs lounge that overlooks the entire lake.

The rooms are all comfortably heated by wood stoves and meals are served family-style in the dining room. We have indoor toilets and a hot shower in a separate bathhouse cabin. We also have a sauna on the edge of Iniakuk Lake, the best way to ease tired muscles after a day of dogsledding.

The main lodge on Iniakuk Lake offers all-inclusive comfort surrounded by endless wilderness. Wake up in the morning to sourdough blueberry pancakes, drink coffee by the fire, then wander out to the dog yard later and mush for a few hours across the surrounding lakes and valleys. Return in the early afternoon, take a sauna, have dinner and prepare for the Northern Lights. This is luxury in the Far North.

We also organize exclusive expedition style mushing trips with overnights along the trail. These may be just one night out, or as many as 8. Pricing on our overnight trips depends on the group size. We can take from 2 to 6 people at a time and adjust the length of the trip to your fitness level. All meals are cooked fresh, served in heated, insulated tents where you will spend the night in warm sleeping bags on elevated cots.

All trips are custom tours, please call or email to discuss the details.

We are located 60 Miles North of the Arctic Circle.

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