Alaska Huts Association
Manitoba Cabin and Yurts offers rustic yet comfortable lodging on the edge of wilderness on the Kenai Peninsula, about 1.5 hour drive from Anchorage. Rent bunks inside 2 airy 16-foot yurts or 1 indoor bedroom- then share communal cooking, dining and social space inside a renovated gold miner’s cabin. The facility is operated by the non-profit Alaska Huts Association and designed to provide an authentic, easily accessible backcountry Alaskan experience in the spirit of European-style trekking huts. See Alaska Huts webpage for on-site amenities (e.g., stove/oven, sink, pots & pans, lights, water, fuel, firewood, etc.) – all you need to bring is your sleeping bag, pillow, and food. Enjoy hiking and fishing, a meal at nearby Summit Lake Lodge, the on-site sauna, great backcountry skiing in the winter, or a s’more around the campfire. Manitoba Cabin and Yurts are a ½-mile walk from the parking area at Mile 48 of the Seward Highway. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.