Skyline Lodge has six separate rooms available for guests. Four cabin rooms are furnished with a queen bed and full mattress in the sleeping loft. One room is furnished with one queen bed. One room, which is inside the main lodge and adjacent to a restroom, can be made available on request for those who require it. The “lodge room” has a full-size bed. The rooms have no private bathroom facilities. The main lodge just a few steps away has bathroom and shower facilities for guest use.
Skyline Lodge offers its guests the use of several common areas: the study area with a collection of Alaskan books and aviation information, the dining room and ping pong emporium, and the two deck levels which overlook Moose Creek and the Kantishna Valley.
Guests staying at Skyline Lodge have a wide variety of day excursions to choose from, most accessible right from our front door. Due to Park Service permit rules and regulations, no guided services are available. Once guests arrive at Skyline one of the friendly staff members will be glad to go over a list of the best hikes and adventures within the surrounding area in more detail. Maps and walking sticks are available as well.
We are so glad that we chose Adventure Life. The service is top-notch. Everything is well taken care of and we just have to print the documents and go. Franny even gave us timely updates on possible airport strike.