Both of our rustic luxury lodges offer opportunities for the discovery of Alaska’s past and present.
We honor the Dena’ina people at Winterlake Lodge and the Alutiiq-Sugpiaq people at Tutka Bay Lodge. Learn about Alaska’s far and distant past as we explore the incredibly rich cultural heritage of these traditional peoples on whose traditional lands we are honored to inhabit.
Winterlake Lodge offers seclusion and spectacular scenery. Views of the Trimble Glacier and Hayes Glacier, along with a view of the entrance to Rainy Pass, are visible from the lake. Behind the lodge, Wolverine Ridge offers intriguing hiking and wildlife viewing. This area showcases a fascinating turn-of-the-century Gold Rush history.
Tutka Bay Lodge
Tutka Bay Lodge is surrounded by a rich history of Native Alaskan settlements, early Alaska fishing communities and turn-of-the-century pioneers that scraped together a living fishing for herring and halibut. We tour the quaint village of Seldovia, visit Yukon Island and explore the Herring Islands in search of clues from the past.