Are you planning that once-in-a-lifetime trip to Alaska? We’ve got the insider scoop on the best places to experience the wilderness of Alaska. Our largest National Forest in the country, the Tongass, includes more than 100 cabins available to rent. At 17 million acres, you’ll truly feel secluded.
Our local experts at the U.S. Forest Service in Alaska gave us their favorite and top recommendations for cabins on the Tongass. Be sure to visit the cabin listing on Recreation.gov for more information such as directions, facility details and how to book. Prior to your visit, contact the local ranger district for any current conditions and extra information.
Dan Moller Cabin
Juneau Ranger District
Hike or snowshoe three miles to this beautiful cedar cabin year-round. Originally built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the cabin was rebuilt in 2010 to withstand heavy snow loads. Grab seven of your closest friends to take in the alpine landscape and cross-country or teleski in the ski bowl above the cabin.