A remote paradise lies deep in the Alaskan Wilderness, accessible only by plane. Immersed in nature, you will discover a lodge designed for adventure and enhanced by luxury, 100 miles from the nearest road.
Seeking adventure travel? Stretching across Alaska, from Canada’s Yukon to the Pacific, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is part of the largest protected land mass on earth. Most people will never see it. You can be one of the few.
Here at Ultima Thule Alaska Adventure Lodge we are enjoying the off season and gearing up for another great year in the Wrangell / St. Elias Wilderness. Whether your interests are Airplane Safari adventures, luxury leisure travel or powder skiing, we've got something special instore for you! Check out the Blog to see photos of the adventures! And remember to reserve your space for 2014 soon!
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We'd love to hear from you! Contact Us soon to find out what's new and what Alaska lodge specials might be available on flights and lodge visits!
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On The Blog...
"True wilderness." Dig deep and ask yourself what those words mean to you.
In this modern world it’s more important than ever that we unplug, leave behind our daily routines, and take a step into something larger. There aren’t many places left on earth to do this.
Check out the latest video installment of Beyond, our video series that gives you a chance to fly along with the Claus family and guests as we explore one of the world’s last great wilderness locations.
“Traveller! in what realms afar,
In what planet, in what star,
In what vast, aerial space,
Shines the light upon thy face?
In what gardens of delight
Rest thy weary feet to-night?”
- Henry Wordsworth Longfellow
from his book Ultima Thule, 1880
Deep in the Alaskan wilderness, your little red plane soars over a mountain ridge. Radiant sunlight fills the cockpit.
The wind changes. Your seasoned pilot makes an effortless course correction, coming in low. You veer northward. You breeze over spruce trees -- then into a dark ravine. Outside, mountain goats leap from rock to crag.
"Look ahead," says your pilot. "We're almost there."
With a flash of light the valley opens up before you. Green fields are blanketed with wildflowers. The Chitina River sparkles in the sunlight. And that's when you realize:
Everything has changed.