Four rus­tic lodges in Alaska

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WINTERLAKE LODGE

From £3,850 for two days and two nights in­clud­ing he­li­copter ad­ven­ture; with­inthewild.com/lodges/ winterlake-lodge

Fly­ing in by he­li­copter makes for a spec­tac­u­lar ar­rival at this his­toric lodge lo­cated on the edge of the Alaska Range. In win­ter it’s a stop on the fa­mous Idi­tarod dog-sled race.

WINDSONG LODGE

From £116 ppn; alaska­col­lec­tion.com/lodg­ing/ se­ward-windsong-lodge

Lo­cated on a beau­ti­ful wooded stretch along the Res­ur­rec­tion River, just out­side the city of Se­ward, Windsong Lodge is within easy reach of Ke­nai Fjords Na­tional Park, yet you never feel like part of the crowd.

THE GRANDE DENALI LODGE

From £318 per room; de­na­lialaska.com

A true Alaskan wilder­ness lodge lo­cated high on Su­gar Loaf Moun­tain. It’s rus­tic yet com­fort­able, of­fers in­cred­i­ble views and is the per­fect base for ex­plor­ing Denali Na­tional Park.

A TASTE OF ALASKA LODGE

From £151 per night; atas­te­o­falaska.com —

Close enough to Fair­banks for ex­plor­ing yet far enough for the chance to see the North­ern Lights, this 70-year-old home­stead has evolved into a fun prop­erty where fam­ily hos­pi­tal­ity runs deep. Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude win­ter dog-sled tours.

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