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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Self Guided Fishing
Peace of Selby Wilderness Lodge is just what its name implies. The lodge sits on the shores of Selby Lake amid the splendor that is cast down by the Brooks Range. The location is north of the Arctic Circle. The backdrop for this beautiful lodge is the eight million acre Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. This is an isolated and remote location and offers guests a peaceful and quite environment from which they can enjoy the beauty of Alaska in a pristine and natural habitat. What that means for guests of the lodge is that the rivers are clear and full of fish. It means that the wildlife here is plentiful. It also means that everywhere you point a camera is another outstanding picture.
The lodge is an amazing set of opportunities for guests. There are the main lodge and four wilderness cabins, three of which are located around the area on different lakes. The lodge, Peace of Selby sleeps two guests either in a queen sized bed or in two twin beds. There is also the Selby Sourdough Cabin within a few hundred yards of the lodge. The cabin is self-service meaning you bring and cook your own meals. The three other self-service cabins are located on different lakes.
Fishing North of the Arctic Circle
The Wild Wilderness Experience
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