Lower Paradise Lake Cabin offers a remote and secluded place to stay in the scenic forest of southe-central Alaska.
Visitors will need to bring their own water for drinking, cooking and cleaning purposes. Treat or boil water from the lake before using.
Up to 8 people
The cabin is located east of Seward Highway in the remote Paradise Valley on the north shore of Lower Paradise Lake.
Accessible is by floatplane and is extremely difficult in the winter when the lake freezes. There is no trail near the cabin and access on foot is a most difficult 8-mile bushwhack from the east end of Ptarmigan Lake Trail, or 14 miles from North Fork Snow River Valley.
The cabin sits in a forest of alder, willow and pine trees at an elevation of about 1,340 feet.
This remote location will give you the opportunity to stray from the beaten path and explore! Day hikes lead to even better views of glacier fields that loom above the cabin, and there is a variety of wildlife in the area including moose, black and brown bears, and mountain goats. A rowboat and oars provided at the cabin give anglers excellent opportunities to catch grayling. Hunting is popular during designated seasons.
Season of Use
Chugach National Forest
What to Bring
Bring your own water for drinking, cooking and cleaning purposes. You will also need to bring your own bedding and sleeping pads, flashlights, cooking gear, food, clothing and cooking utensils, among other necessities.