Yentna Station - Winter

Yentna Station Roadhouse is famous for offering a wide variety of Alaskan outdoor winter recreation activities, with many visitors snow machining (that's snowmobiling for those from out of state) to the Lodge from Anchorage via trails from Big Lake, Pt. MacKenzie, and Willow. These trails are part of the world renowned Iditarod Sled Dog Race and lead from the Lodge all the way to Nome, Alaska, on the Bering Sea, a distance of approximately 1049 miles.

For the slightly less adventurous, we keep an airstrip maintained for ski planes. Hop a bush plane or snowmobile out to snow machine, mush, skijor, cross-country ski, ice fish, hunt, or to just kick back and enjoy the serenity of the pristine Alaskan winter wilderness. You can also watch various snow machine, dogsled, and human powered races from the comforts of the Lodge.