This year-round private lodge sits on an eleven acre 1901 historic gold mining claim, backed up against the Chugach State Park, and has sweeping views of Turnagain Arm and the mountains beyond. The view makes the lodge seem very remote, like you have ventured into the wilderness, yet it is a convenient 30-minute drive south from the Anchorage International Airport. The three-story lodge has three guest rooms, one on each level, to accommodate up to 12 guests.
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