People must feel that the natural world is important and valuable and beautiful and wonderful and an amazement and a pleasure.
- David Attenborough -
Alaska is one of America's last great wildernesses. Only a small fraction of its 365 million acres have been developed, leaving large swaths of wilderness ripe for exploration.
In Alaska, you have got to get off the road system to really see the good stuff. Just a 40-minute flight from Anchorage you will find yourself in the heart of adventure, a multisport luxury lodge with spectacular outdoor adventures by day to world-class accommodations at night. Whether you are carving fresh tracks on a remote mountain or finding a quiet corner on the deck to take it all in. The environment in Alaska has a magical effect.
With the June midnight sun, the action does not stop, guided heliskiing in the morning and fly fishing for the famous king salmon in the afternoon. Alaska offers exciting and challenging activities for every family member, white water rafting, alpine hikes, kayaking, helicopter tours, heli-mountain biking, canoeing and ferrata climbing adventures, truly phenomenal experiences for families and first-timers alike.
A bit deeper in Alaska onto an isolated Nunatak Mountain at 1830 meters you will find yourself in a legendary Chalet that blends perfectly into the scenery, an oasis amongst the peaks of the Alaska range and a luxurious base to go and discover these pristine wilds in style. Your world becomes the frozen expanse of the glacier and the mountain peaks beyond. Head out onto the Ruth Glacier with a mountaineering guide and trek across the ice, be hypnotised by the dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis or explore the Nunatak.
Combine this architectural gem atop a glacial with a luxuriously welcoming interior, world-class cuisine and otherworldly landscapes, these are the perfect ingredients for a unique adventure. Your Alaskan trip of a lifetime begins here.
Best Time to Go
September & October
Estimated price per person (when available) is based on double occupancy