EarthSong Lodge offers a variety of summer and winter adventures, ranging from lodge-based accommodations to overnight camping trips. In the summer, guests stay in their own single story honey-colored log cabin, complete with private baths, full and queen size beds, and hand-crafted furnishings. An evening slide show program by our staff Naturalist is also provided.
One of the highlights of EarthSong Lodge is a visit to the sled dog kennels, home to the friendliest working huskies in Alaska. Our dogs are veterans of many expeditions across the Arctic, and are used to guide people into Denali National Park. Our staff will give you a personalized tour through our sled dog kennels and let you visit with the dogs. Our sled dog kennel tours are every morning. We also offer winter dog sled tours!
We can help you plan your dream Denali Vacation!
Most first-time visitors to Alaska are at a loss as to what activities to do, which bus to take into Denali National Park, and how best to spend their time. The EarthSong Lodge staff will go out of their way to help, both prior to and upon arrival.
Backcountry winter trips in Denali National Park, where you run your own sled dog team of friendly huskies, are available from November through March. Visit our Winter Activities page and Dog Sledding pages for more information. Our winter business now has exclusive use of a series of backcountry huts, for dog sled passenger trips and cross-country ski-support trips.
Our latest additions are two cabins near the coffeehouse, one a queen-suite cabin and one a standard cabin. Both have porches overlooking the Alaska Range. The Red Lantern Cabin and Stampede Cabin make our cabin total at 14 for our property, with five different sizes and floorplans to choose from.
SEE OUR WINTER TOURS: Besides the guided dog sled tours where you drive your own team, we now have Alaska Cross-Country Ski Trips! You can ski from cabin to cabin with just a fanny pack, while a dog team hauls all your gear.
We are located on Stampede Road, 4 miles off the Parks Highway. Stampede Road parallels the Denali National Park road, and we are just above tree line which is at elevation 2,000 feet with sweeping views of the Alaska Range right out front of a wide open tundra. It’s very scenic and beautiful, away from the tourist crowds and 17 miles northwest of Denali National Park. It takes guests an average of 20-25 minutes to arrive at the park. Click for directions to our Denali Cabins.