This is a rustic cabin with great views of surrounding mountain peaks, Resurrection Bay and Seward.
Water is not available for drinking, cooking, and cleaning.
Up to 8 people
The cabin is located west of Seward Highway at an elevation of about 1,750 feet.
The cabin can be accessed via either a nearly 5-mile moderate trek during the summer months, or a 2.5-mile steep climb from the Lost Lake Trailhead in the winter. It is open year-round, though conditions may impact travel plans.
The cabin sits just above tree line, amid mountain meadows and groves of hemlock and spruce trees, as well as grasses and abundant wildflowers.
Visitors enjoy fishing for rainbow trout in Lost Lake. Hunting is available in season for moose, black and brown bears, wolves, mountain goats and ptarmigan. Hiking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are also popular activities. Nearby attractions in the area include Ressurection Peak and Mt. Ascention.
Season of Use
Chugach National Forest
What to Bring
Visitors will need to bring their own sleeping bags and pads, a cook stove, cooking gear, water and food, among other necessities. It may be necessary to bring a 20-pound propane cylinder.
USGA Topo Map
Seward A7 and B7