Redoubt Bay Lodge

Nestled amongst spectacular scenery at the entrance to Lake Clark National Park, Redoubt Bay Lodge is a fantastically secluded place for bear-viewing and quiet appreciation of unspoilt nature. Set atop a knoll overlooking a glittering necklace of lakes, this rustic, family-run lodge is the only accommodation available within a 171,000 acre wilderness.

The cosy, hand-hewn main lodge is the heart of Redoubt Bay Lodge, where meal preparation and dining take place. Coffee and snacks are available all day, whilst there is also a small gift shop here and reference library with games and stationery so you can write postcards home. The recently added bar and large deck area provide sweeping views of your surroundings – the perfect setting for a glass of wine or two.

The three guest cabins at Redoubt Bay Lodge are entirely different in style and character but all are equally comfortable. Lakeside Cabin has two bedrooms, with a simple private bathroom and woodstove. Close to the main lodge, Trailside Cabin has one bedroom, a bathroom and a small deck. Hillside Cabin is a short, slightly steep stroll away and features one bedroom and one bath as well.

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How to get to Redoubt Bay Lodge

Redoubt Bay Lodge is a scenic 50-minute flight from Anchorage by float plane.

Activities at Redoubt Bay Lodge

  • Bear viewing
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Hiking
  • Flight-seeing

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

Redoubt Bay Lodge Highlights

  • The only lodge in a scenic 171,000 acre unspoilt wilderness
  • Authentic Alaskan log cabin accommodation
  • Set in a prime bear-viewing area
  • A paradise for the outdoorsy and for nature lovers
  • Ample opportunities to fish, kayak and hike

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Below are some of our other recommended Alaskan wilderness lodge accommodation options, carefully selected for their superior location, incredible wildlife and wilderness experiences, service and level of comfort.

Brooks Lodge

Probably the most famous lodge in Alaska for grizzly bear viewing, Brooks Lodge occupies prime position next to the salmon-rich Brooks River and Brooks Falls.

Alaska Overview

Why visit Alaska? Mountains, glaciers, wildlife – everything is bigger in Alaska. A cruise of the stunning Inside Passage is on nearly everyone’s bucket list; consider a small ship for the most intimate experience. There are plenty of opportunities for wildlife encounters, in particular whale watching and bear viewing. In Denali NP, look for the “Denali Slam”: moose, caribou, wolf, Dall sheep and brown bear.

When is the best time to go to Alaska? The warmer months (mid May to mid September) are the best time to visit, as they offer long hours of daylight. Spring is when the wilderness becomes a hive of activity, with whales arriving and bears coming out of hibernation to feed on sedge and berries. July to September is when the salmon run occurs and a good time to see bears fishing.

What can I combine Alaska with? Canada. The country’s west (Pacific) coast is home to the picturesque Rocky Mountains, and can be easily explored by rail. You can also visit the beautiful alpine towns of Banff and Jasper, or encounter wild grizzly bears at Knight Inlet. On the east (Atlantic) coast, explore charming French-speaking Montreal or Quebec City, or take a tour of the historic Atlantic Maritimes.

How do you get to Alaska: Fly to Anchorage or Juneau in Alaska. Inside Passage cruises depart from Sitka, Ketchikan, Juneau or Seattle (in Washington State).

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