Cabins in the woods

A cozy log cabin is waiting for you! Rent a home away from home, the perfect base for your adventure!

Map Yukon Glanzmann ToursOur cabins are located remotely, completely isolated from one another, on a forested property with mountain views – the perfect setting to find your sense of adventure and your own version of relaxation.

At nighttime, candle light and crackling wood stove fires make for a cozy atmosphere. With their impressive view of the mountain Range between Kathleen and Dezadeash Lake, our log cabins are the ideal starting point and base for a large variety of activities in and around Kluane National Park.

All four cabins are traditionally built out of round logs using a sophisticated “scribe technique” and are equipped with a rustic wood stove. Each cabin further includes cooking facilities with double burner propane cook stove, dishes, and utensils, as well as mattresses and a designated outdoor toilet facility.

“Unwind and unplug from the world in your own bubble.”

Cabin rental

Upon request (two nights minimum stay)

Kluane Cabin

Ideal for families, groups (2 – 6 guests)

$ 130.00 per night for up to 3 guests
$ 20.00 for each additional guest

(trained dogs allowed + $ 20)

Montana Cabin

Ideal for individuals, 2 couples or a family (2 – 5 guests). This cabin has 2 bedrooms, each with a queen size bed and additional futon in living room.
(no pets allowed)

$ 190.00 per night

Bella Luna Cabin

Ideal for couples (with queen size bed / upon request additional single bed available)
Larger and more luxurious than the Honey Moon Cabin

(trained dogs allowed + $ 20)

$ 130.00 per night

Honey Moon Cabin

Ideal for couples or individuals (max. 2 persons)

(no pets allowed)

$ 100.00 per night

Haines Junction, located 35 km away from your cabin, offers shower facilities as well as telephone and internet access. Grocery shopping facilities are located in Whitehorse and in Haines, Alaska. Haines Junction offers food and drinks sold at the local gas stations, restaurants and the Green Apple food store. In summer the Village Bakery has daily fresh baking and life music & dinner events on weekends. There is a library and a liquor store in the village. Check out the gift shop at the Raven Rest Inn hotel, stocked with art, jewelry and clothing from local & BC vendors.

We recommend traveling with your car or rental, so you can make the 35 km drive to Haines Junction as needed to go shopping, eat at a restaurant, or visit the internet café. A car is also required for most of the hikes and day trips in our area.

Please bring the following equipment:

  • Sleeping bag or blankets
  • Food and drinks
  • Drinking water
  • Head lamp and candles
  • Bear spray
  • Mosquito spray (seasonal)

We will provide:

Firewood for heating the cabin and for the campfire site in the main meadow.

For cold food storage each cabin gets a cooler with frozen cooling elements.

Water from our spring for cooking, dish washing and washing (as much as you need) can be picked up at the main house in portable water canisters.

You can get extra free water in buckets and heat it up for a simple outdoor shower.

Spices, oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, sugar, as well as toilet paper.

Mattress with cover as well as pillow with pillow case

For maximum relaxation, you can enjoy a hot sauna!

Sauna – New Covid Regulations: make a reservation in advance for sauna for your bubble (one bubble per day only)!
$ 30 for wood and water (bucket shower) up to 3 guests, additional users $ 10

Pets

Ask us in advance if you would like to bring a dog or pet ($ 20 extra fee per night). Only trained pets in some cabins allowed. Please bring a blanket or dog bed along (they are not allowed on the beds or furniture). We do have outdoor kennel space with dog houses available for free upon request.

You can book a stay for your dog at www.kluanepointkennel.com. The Grantham Family offers secure boarding for dogs. They are located a few KM south of Haines Junction along the Alaska Highway. Phone  867 332 2006 to book your dogs vacation.

Any further questions? Please contact us

Day Trips and Tour Options

  • Day or multi-day hikes in and around beautiful Kluane National Park. Choose between mountain hikes, easy or more difficult well-marked trails, or bush-wacks.
  • Glacier sightseeing flights to Canada’s largest non-polar ice field and tallest mountains with a view of Mount Logan.
  • Day trip with your own car over the Haines summit, south on the Haines Road, across the Canadian/USA border to Haines, Alaska, a 220 km drive from where we are located. The drive from the Kluane region across the high-alpine Haines Pass all the way down to the ocean, along the St. Elias Mountain Range, offers a lot of variety and is of exceptional beauty. Enjoy the museums, hikes, souvenir shopping, and fresh fish in this small harbor town.
  •  You can get information about safe travel in bear country at the Visitor Center in Haines Junction. Ask for the video presentation, “STAYING SAFE IN BEAR COUNTRY” at the Kluane National Parks Visitor Center.
  • Visit the exhibit and souvenir shop at the Da Ku Cultural Centre. A variety of exhibit areas showcase the culture and history of the Champagne and Aishihik people.
  • Take a scenic bike ride on the Haines Highway to the nearby lakes or roller skate or ski on the smoothest pavement of the North. The Haines Road has little traffic and is therefore popular with cyclists. There is some mountain biking routes on old mining roads nearby.
  • The Alaska Highway North through Haines Junction takes you on a 110 km drive to Kluane Lake. Often times, you can observe and photograph Dall’s sheep on the mountainsides. Take advantage of a full day in this beautiful area by choosing from various short and long hiking trails.
  • Bring your kayak, canoe, paddle board or motor boat to enjoy nearby Kathleen or Dezedeash Lake. Or explore short river trips nearby.
  • Interested photographers can take a photo workshop with expert tips from the professional photographer Beat Glanzmann.
  • Our friendly huskies enjoy visits from dog lovers. They can hardly wait to be petted.
  • During an evening stroll, you can watch beavers become active and start their night time work.
  • Visit an Native settlement on a salmon river and observe salmon during spawning season.

We are happy to provide additional information and tips to our guests on site.

Additional services upon request:

  • Rent a canoe for 2 people, life jackets and paddles $ 100 per day
  • Rent a bike $ 40 per day
  • Photo workshop (1–3 hours) $ 160 per hour up to 2 people, additional participants $ 50
  • Guided hiking $ 210 up to 3 people, additional guests $ 30
  • Guided canoeing with equipment and transportation of canoes $ 280 up to 3 people, additional guests $ 60
  • Shuttles for groups, bikes and/or canoes price upon request depending on KM
  • Rent snowshoe $ 25 per day, per person
  • Cross country ski rental $ 50 per day
  • Guided ice-fishing trips price upon request depending on hours, group size and location.
  • Rent a tent, wall tent or book a igloo building workshop

Guest feedback

Melissa

We had a lovely stay and appreciated your hospitality! You have a beautiful spot and the area is so pretty. Thanks again, we would definitely recommend your spot to others!

Gabriela Vogel

The eagle tour was top-class! You have worked so hard to please us all and satisfy our needs. Once again it was very hard for me to say goodbye.

Beatrice, Petra, Ruth, Elisabeth, Jan

It is almost impossible to find the right words to describe the amazing impressions and emotions.
Here are our highlights:

Whether stunning portrait or action photographs (in sunshine, snowfall and what felt like -30 degrees) or Beat’s workshop (where he patiently showed us skills on how to process images) we were always excellently cared for. We also tried to present ourselves well on the dog sled rides through the snow-covered forest or while stalking the Dall sheep. The attitude of the sled dogs impressed us quite a lot- it is nice to see that the dogs are allowed to run around freely for a change. With big interest we could photograph and get to know the surroundings of Haines Junction. Also the overnight stay in the „cosy“ cabins in the wilderness of the Yukon and the team’s excellent cooking (we will all take „bacon rolls“ around the belly home with us) was wonderful. What we unfortunately haven’t seen so far are the northern lights- that means for us, that we dream of a „next time“.

We would like to thank Eva and Beat for the great experiences and their warm hospitality.