Category: Kenai Backcountry Lodge

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge consists of the western slopes of the Kenai Mountains and forested lowlands bordering Cook Inlet and comprises 1.92 million acres. The lowlands include spruce and birch forests intermingled with hundreds of glacier-fed lakes. The Kenai Mountains rise to more than 6,000 feet, creating the southeastern boundary of the refuge. The […]

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Scenic View of the Alaska Range
Spotlight: Alaska 11-Day Grand Adventure

The Alaska 11-Day Grand Adventure, our most comprehensive adventure, features stays at all three of Alaska Wildland Adventures’ deluxe wilderness lodges on the Kenai Peninsula, showing travelers the full beauty of riverside, backcountry and seacoast Alaska. This trip also includes exploration of Denali National Park – with opportunities to view the stunning Alaska Range and […]

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Kenai Backcountry Lodge
The Cabins at Kenai Backcountry Lodge

Situated on the shores of glacier-fed Skilak Lake and accessible only by boat, Kenai Backcountry Lodge and its surrounding cabins offer an unparalleled wilderness setting, tucked perfectly into the forest surrounding the lake. The main lodge, originally built in the 1930s as a remote hunting lodge, was lovingly restored and renovated to preserve its historic […]

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Canoes at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge
Spotlight: Alaska Wildland Collection

One of our most popular all-inclusive vacations, the Alaska Wildland Collection highlights all three of Alaska Wildland Adventures’ beautiful wilderness lodges on the Kenai Peninsula. This all-inclusive Alaska vacation is highly recommended for families, as there are activity options to suit everyone and relatively little travel time between lodges… which means more time to explore […]

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Brown bear and cubs in Denali National Park

Alaska is full of amazing wildlife, and we are lucky to visit areas of the state that include one of our favorites – the bears! Black bears (Ursus americanus) are the smallest of the North American bears and the most widely distributed of the three species in Alaska, covering most of the forested areas of […]

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