Kluane Log Cabin
Kluane National Park
Right at the feet of famous Kluane National Park, this cozy log cabin rental is nestled between spruce trees and cotton woods. A short walk from the Alaska-bound Haines Highway you will find ample space around the cabin and endless wilderness right behind it. Forested trails and grassy meadows, not only invite moose, coyotes, bears and other native inhabitants, but will lead you into some amazing, untouched northern back country. Deep blue Kathleen Lake, the high country of St. Elias Mountain Range, and the remote valleys of the Cottonwood Pass are only minutes away.
What you find:
The cabin comfortably sleeps 4 people. A fold-out futon bed and a bunk bed with three bunks can accommodate 5 people. The main part of the log house sports an open concept with table and chairs, closet and cabinets to provide lots of space for your gear. Windows along two sides provide for a fantastic view of the back country and “King’s Throne” summit. The kitchen area is separated by a counter. It comes with all the kitchen equipment like pots and pans, cutlery, water containers and dishes as well as a 2 burner propane stove. There are propane lights, which you won’t need in the summer and a woodstove to heat up the cabin if need be. An outhouse serves as your bathroom facilities
An earth cooler keeps your perishables and drinks in top shape.
Behind the cabin a campfire setup with seats and benches and lots of firewood allows for memorable evenings outside.
CAD$ 700.00 + 5 % GST for 1-2 people per week.
CAD$ 800.00 + 5 % GST for 3-4 people per week.
CAD$ 125.00 + 5 %GST daily rate.
Cabin rental, firewood, propane, complete kitchen facilities, mattresses, pillows, pillow cases, sleeping bags with fleece liners.
Personal gear, your own groceries, binoculars and hiking boots (recommended!)
On the Alaska Highway drive 160 km from Whitehorse west towards Kluane National Park. Once you reach Haines Junction, drive straight through town and hit the Haines Highway southbound towards Haines, Alaska. 25 km later you cross the Kathleen River flowing out of Kathleen Lake located to you right. Now its uphill again and soon you see a green kilometer sight on the left side of the road indicating you are at KM 218. This is your driveway to the cabin.