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- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing
Adventure Denali is easy to drive to as it sits right off of Highway 3 just 21 miles from the Denali National Park. At 215 miles North of Anchorage the lodge is an easy 5-6 hour drive through some of the most scenic country around. The season here is from March 10- the end of October and you have access to three private lakes and two local rivers.
Lodging with Adventure Denali is ruggedly charming. There are three cabins, though the lodge firmly admits that many people choose to stay at the larger hotels near the park and then shuttle down to fish with Adventure Denali. They don't mind either. What you gain if you stay at the lodge is a lot more quiet, more opportunities to fish, and less of the crowd.
Fishing with Adventure Denali
If you are more of the DIY type of fishermen, then just ask the Lodge about fishing and they will tell you all the best spots. They have rods and gear for rent at the lodge so you can either bring all your own gear or rent it from them.
Overall, the place is very casual. It offers comfortable accommodations within a short drive from Denali National Park. It is also a great place to fish for big Rainbow Trout and feisty Arctic Grayling. Not only do you get the wonderful view of the mountain, the peace and quiet of rural living, and friendly hosts, you are free to enjoy your Alaskan fishing trip on your own schedule.
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