This is a Pan Abode cabin.
2 single wooden bunks, 2 double wooden bunks, Wood stove, Table and benches, Cooking counter, Broom, Axe and maul, Wood, Outhouse, Skiff with oars.
4 to 6 people.
North end of Young Lake
The cabin is on the north end of the island at the north end of Young Lake at an elevation of 320ft (97.5 m).
Float plane. It is about a 20-minute flight from Juneau. 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 back 50ft (15 m) from the lake edge under a canopy of trees. The beach is small.
This is 1 of 2 cabins on the lake (the other is the South Young Lake cabin). You are in brown bear country. Bears frequent the area and trail particularly during salmon runs July through August. The Admiralty Cove-Young Lake trail is a 4.5 mile trail that departs from the cabin and ends at the Admiralty Cove cabin. It is a relatively flat trail and follows the creek at each end of the trail. The round trip hike can be fairly strenuous when conditions are very wet. The lake is on a flight path and has substantial overhead plane traffic.
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. Treat all water before using.
USGS Topo Map