Winterlake Lodge

, Alaska, USA

Fodor’s Expert Review

A rest stop and checkpoint for the Iditarod dogsled race and Iditarod Invitational winter bike race, this lodge in the North Tordrillo Mountains along the shore of Finger Lake is as luxurious as it is remote. The lodge and its five cabins offer only pristine views, and its backyard is an expansive wilderness rich with wildlife and endless possibilities for exploration. Rates are based on a per-person, 24-hour stay and include air transportation to and from the lodge (originating from Anchorage or Homer), helicopter adventures, meals designed by renowned chef Kirsten Dixon, individual guide service, use of lodge equipment, a one-hour massage, and morning yoga.

PROS

  • high-quality staff, scenery, food, and beds

CONS

  • very remote
  • pricey

QUICK FACTS

Resort
Quiet
Remote
Luxurious Retreat

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 907-274–2710

HOTEL DETAILS

5 cabins
Rate Includes: All-inclusive; All meals

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