Rustic Cabin Rental by Moose Pass in Chugach National Forest, AlaskaMoose Pass, Alaska (United States of America)
Rustic Cabin Rental by Moose Pass in Chugach National Forest, Alaska
This rustic cabin rental is located in the Moose Pass area of Chugach National Forest, Alaska, and can accommodate four guests. Inside the cabin, guests will find one loft bedroom, one full bathroom, a living area, a dining area, and a full kitchen. The bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed flanked by bedside tables with lamps, all set under an A-frame ceiling with exposed beams. In the bathroom, guests will find a shower, a toilet, and a sink. Linens and towels are provided.
In the living room area of the open plan downstairs, guests will find a full-size sofa bed, a stove, and an overhead fan. The dining area is furnished with a table that seats four people. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with a stove, an oven, a microwave, and a refrigerator. Other amenities include a crib, a hair dryer, and a washer and dryer. Outside, guests will find two picnic tables and a deck with a bench, all surrounded by evergreen trees.
The interior of the cabin is kept warm with a Toyo Stove, while guests can keep their clothes clean with a washer and dryer—especially useful amid adventures in the wilderness! Outside, guests will find two picnic tables and a deck with a bench, all surrounded by evergreen trees.
- Private Kitchen
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
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Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
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Location and surroundings
Moose Pass, Alaska (United States of America)
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- Winter sports
- Wildlife watching
During the warmer seasons, guests can enjoy swimming in the Moose Pass swimming hole. For more adventures outdoor activities, guests can head out to Chugach National Forest, where they can go kayaking, skiing, and hiking, with trails winding through mountains, lakes, and a variety of forests. They can also go salmon fishing in the rivers and lakes of the forest, where king salmon fishing is particularly lucrative. Fishers can also head to Homer, a popular spot for halibut fishing.
The Seward area offer further outdoor activities, including the Silver Salmon Derby, taking place in the second week of August, wherein participants win prizes for accomplishments such as tagged fish and largest fish; the Polar Bear Jump-Off, in which participants dress up in costumes and jump into the freezing waters of Resurrection Bay to raise money for the American Cancer Society, an event that is followed by a silent auction, turkey bowling, a carnival, and a parade; the Mount Marathon race around Mount Marathon; and the annual Gray Whale migration in April.
Seward likewise offers a number of indoor activities, such as the SeaLife Center, which provides guess with underwater viewing tanks through which guests can see sea lions, harbor seals, and deep-sea fish. There is also the Seward Music and Arts Festival in October, with live music and local artisan craft and food vendors.
The nearby town of Moose Pass has a number of fishing and sightseeing spots, as well as a couple of restaurants and a souvenir shop that offers locally made fudge.Further afield, visitors will find museums, parks, gardens, wildlife refuges, and skiing areas in and around Anchorage.