Winterlake Lodge: Rates

Located in South-Central Alaskan Wilderness, United States

Our Promise

When you reserve your space through National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, you'll receive the best rates available and be treated to a complimentary National Geographic Exclusive—a special experience designed to enrich your stay and connect you more deeply with the place you're visiting.

Details

  • Package rates apply to all room types and are per person.
  • The lodge is open for two seasons a year. The summer season lasts from June 1 to September 15. The winter season lasts from January 20 to April 15.
  • A two-night minimum stay is required.

2019 Rates

  Double or Single Children (12 years and younger)
2-night package $4,100 $3,400
3-night package $5,500 $4,450
4-night package $8,200 $6,800
5-night package $9,600 $7,850

For package descriptions and room details, click here.

Included

  • National Geographic Exclusive: Enjoy the exclusive opportunity to join a guide for a private morning photo excursion. Rise early and set out before breakfast to photograph wildlife engaged in their morning rituals and capture the mountains set aglow at dawn.
  • All meals, including nightly hors d'oeuvres and wine tastings
  • One custom helicopter adventure for 2 -3 night stays. Two custom helicopter adventures for 4 - 5 night stays.
  • Use of kayaks, rowboats, paddleboards, fishing equipment, rain boots, and mountain bikes
  • One 50-minute massage per guest
  • Wi-Fi in main lodge
  • 2019 rates include gratuity

Excluded

  • Transfers to and from Winterlake Lodge ($660 per person, round trip via float plane)
  • Additional helicopter excursions
  • Fishing licenses (available for purchase at the Lodge)
  • Specialty wine and beer
  • Matanuska-Susitna Borough bed tax of $5 per person, per night.
  • Travel Insurance

Child Policy

Children of all ages are welcome at Winterlake Lodge.

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