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Peace of Selby Wilderness

Pros

  • Endless activity options
  • Outdoor, wood-fired hot tub

Cons

  • Small, so reservations and planning are a must
  • Toilets are outhouse or chemical type

Updated 08/19/2014

Fodor's Review

On Selby and Narvak lakes within Gates of the Arctic National Park, Peace of Selby is perfectly situated for wilderness adventures. Crafted from white spruce, the main lodge includes a kitchen, small library, bathroom, and loft. Meals, included with some rates, are cooked with fresh vegetables, fruits, and meats. If you want to rough it, you can bring along your sleeping bags and cook your own meals in one of four remote rustic log cabins, which can accommodate up to four people each. The owners also organize custom guided expeditions. Activities include hiking, fishing, wildlife-viewing and photography, river floating, and flightseeing.

Hotel Information

Address:

unknown, Alaska, United States

Phone:

907-672–3206

Hotel Details:

  • No credit cards
  • Closed end-Sept.–mid-June, except for specially arranged expeditions Mar. and Apr.
  • 1 room, 4 cabins
  • Rate includes All meals

Updated 08/19/2014

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