One of the unseen aspects of running the most remote lodge in Alaska is what I like to call the “Gathering Season”. With the lodge dormant in the clutches of the long Alaskan winters comes one of our best friends for gathering – namely – snow. With the use of snow machines, or what people […]
Or so the song says. It’s not quite -40 degrees at the lodge, but it is pretty chilly. Cliff, Blair, Nick & JD just ventured out to do the spring re-con mission and report that it was -15 degrees, but warming to a balmy 0 this afternoon. The really great news is, there is no […]
We invited the staff to join The Alaska’s Anvik River Lodge Blog. Many of our guides have been with us for well over five seasons and they can’t wait to get back up to the lodge every spring. The following is some insight by guide extraordinaire Justin Doucet (J.D. to everyone that knows him). ENJOY!! […]
This is just a quick post to let you know that we’re FINALLY getting into the swing of things again. As you know being out in the wilderness and in remote areas most of the time, we’re not all that tech-savvy. After years of having marginal, at best, internet capabilities we installed a new system this past summer. Once we […]
The past couple of weeks up here at Alaska’s Anvik River Lodge have been full of fun and adventure. The weather has been diverse to say the least. One day it was so hot out guides preferred sun screen to mosquito repellent and guided without waders. The very next day it didn’t seem like you […]
Tomorrow morning the crew of the Anvik River Lodge is heading out to the wilderness. After many delays in the early season the time has finally come for us to head back to our true home. The excitement of the upcoming summer has everyone anxious.