Our Alaska Lodge and CabinsPeace of Selby Wilderness operates the Lodge at Selby Lake and 4 remote Alaska cabins at 4 locations.
- Peace of Selby Wilderness Lodge
- Remote Wilderness Cabin Overview
- Selby Lake Sourdough Cabin
- Nutuvukti Lake Cabin
- Minakokosa Lake Cabin
- Kobuk River Cabin (Quyelalitut)
Constructed in the early 80's of white spruce logs harvested from the surrounding forest, The Lodge is a lovely example of superb log building art. Peace of Selby is the only facility on the lake, making it your private peaceful haven.
On the main floor are the lounge, bathroom, dining and kitchen areas. Relax in the lounge which is highlighted by a collection of historic and Eskimo artifacts. Browse through our Alaska reference books.
Visit with Be and Damaris as they prepare meals in the clean kitchen, adjacent to the dining area. Blueberry sourdough hotcakes with wild berry syrup, fresh caught trout and grayling, oven fresh breads and desserts are special features of our kitchen. Art is the outdoor cook, a master at beach barbecues. Fresh meats and produce flown in from Fairbanks allow us to offer exceptional dining. We are happy to accommodate special dietary needs if requested in advance.
Linger over bountiful family-style meals with your hosts, at the dining table which affords a spectacular view through picture windows to mountain peaks that rise majestically by the lake.
Climb the stairs to the sleeping loft. Skylights flood the cozy loft with light. A large window offers a scenic view of the lake and mountains, extending down the valley and into the Lockwood Hills beyond the Kobuk River. The large carpeted loft features a cluster of lounge chairs, a desk for your personal writing and an interesting collection of local memorabilia. Rest in comfort in a queen size bed or two twin beds which include clean linen, comforters, and handmade quilts. You and your party will have exclusive use of the loft during your stay.
Gas lights and appliances and a woodstove provide comfortable frontier-style living.
You have your choice of using our clean, tidy outhouse or the indoor chemical toilet facilities. Bathe at the wood-fired, outdoor hot tub located by the lake shore. From the hot tub, the view of the tranquil lake is framed by spruce forests and rugged mountain tops. Spend time soaking in the soothing water under the midnight sun.
Remote Wilderness Cabins are available for the independent and adventure minded guest for long or short term stays. Situated on three pristine lakes in the southern Brooks Range and the Kobuk River are four cabins, each accommodating 1-4 persons. Rental includes the use of a non-motorized canoe, equipment, and cooking facilities. Bring your own food and sleeping bag.
This log cabin is located an easy walk from the Lodge, beside a mountain stream, a stone's throw from the hot tub. Explore the lake by canoe. While this is a self-service cabin, special arrangements can be made to have meals at the Lodge.
The only cabin located on this four mile long lake, inside Gates of the Arctic National Preserve. Enjoy panoramic views of the Brooks Range, hiking opportunities, and exploring local creeks by canoe.
This rustic log cabin is located on a scenic four mile long lake. Enjoy canoeing and fishing in the lake and on adjoining Beaver Creek. Hike in the surrounding mountains. This lake is the starting point for non-whitewater 3-5 day float trips on the Kobuk River from the Minakokosa Lake Cabin to the Kobuk River Cabin.
This is a traditional-style log cabin with a sod covered roof. Located on the upper Kobuk River, it is prime habitat for moose, caribou, wolf and bear. Combine a stay at this cabin with a float trip down the Kobuk River. Hiking and sheefishing are excellent options.
For more information about our Alaskan lodging or any of our remote Alaska cabins please contact us:
Peace of Selby Wilderness
Peace of Selby Wilderness
P.O. Box 86 - 90 Polar Road
Manley Hot Springs
Alaska 99756, U.S.A.