This is a very small enclosed CCC Adirondack shelter. It has a concrete floor, and a 1930s fireplace.
2 single wooden bunks, Wood stove, Table and benches, Cooking counter, Broom, Fireplace, Axe and maul, Wood, Outhouse, Skiff with oars.
only 2 single bunks.
Southern end of Hasselborg Lake
The cabin is in the central part of the island on the southern end of Hasselborg Lake at an elevation of 300ft (91 m).
Access is by float plane or canoe with portage. It is about a 45-minute flight from Juneau. By canoe and portage, it is about 6.5 miles (10.5 km) from Mole Harbor. Occasionally poor weather can result in extended stays, and cabin users should be prepared for this. In fall, winter, and early spring, the cabin may be inaccessible due to frozen lake surface (float planes cannot land). The lake is normally ice free from mid-May through November.
The cabin sits 10' (3 m) from the lake shore with no beach. Within the Kootznoowoo Wilderness and located along the Cross-Admiralty Canoe Route, the cabin is surrounded with dense, natural spruce-hemlock forest.
You are in brown bear country. Brown bear and deer may be seen in the area; good fishing can be found at the nearby lake outlet. This is 1 of 3 cabins on Hasselborg Lake (the other two are Big Shaheen and Little Shaheen). The lake is very popular and has a lot of float plane traffic. Trails to Hasselborg Creek and Guerin Lake depart from the cabin, going to the Guerin Lake shelter as well. The lake is 7 miles (11 km) long and part of the Cross Admiralty Canoe route.
Season Of Use
Tongass National Forest
What To Bring
Bring your own personal flotation devices, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking stove, lantern, pots, pans, plates, utensils, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, fire extinguisher, and fire starter.
Water is available from the lake or creek. Treat all water before using.
USGS Topo Map
Sitka C-1, C-2
$25 per night