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This is a very, very good place to stay. Kathy and Fred have built a real winner here. Cabins very comfortable with wide range of bed type/layout options to meet various needs. Fire pit and s'mores, outstanding breakfast and nice bar area for relaxing beverages...More
It was everything we wanted and more. From the incredible 'Alaska feeling' of the cozy cabin to the warm and inviting atmosphere of the entire place. The attention to detail is amazing. The grounds are meticulously maintained. It was the perfect spot to see the...More
Great location if you are hiking the Chilkoot trail. It is located very close to the trailhead. Its quiet and the owners are very knowledgeable about the Dyea area. We didn't spend much time here but it was a very convenient location. The breakfast was...More
You won’t find better hosts Kathy and her husband, owners of the Chilkoot Trail Outpost. Our “girls’ trip” was absolutely wonderful thanks to the beautiful and inviting scenery and cabins at the lodge. Dinners and breakfast were delicious. The cabins are beautifully furnished and spotlessly...More
We stayed with Kathy and Fred for a total of five nights during our August 2016 visit to Alaska. Our family of five spent two nights at the Outpost psyching ourselves up before hiking the Chilkoot Trail, and then three nights following recuperating from our...More
If you are still in the planning stages I would recommend Ketchikan. We spent a week there with a vehicle and had the time of our life. Juneau is ok, the glacier is beautiful. Another great place which has more to offer than... More
If you are still in the planning stages I would recommend Ketchikan. We spent a week there with a vehicle and had the time of our life. Juneau is ok, the glacier is beautiful. Another great place which has more to offer than Haines is Sitka. We spent three days there and could have spent more. We did not have a vehicle however they have good public transportation or you can walk the short distances. There is a bird and bear sanctuary as well as the Russian Orthodox church. The tourist are fewer in number and less commercial. Whitehorse is another great place to visit. There is the Beringa museum and other sites to see. The train in Skagway is fun and an engineering marvel. You will parts of Alaska you would not otherwise see. Kinda spendy but worth the adventure. Flying or taking the ferries are such different adventures I would do both if you can. We were there the first part of June last year and had little to no rain. Have a great trip.