EarthSong Lodge Accolades & Accomplishments

EarthSong Lodge has been featured in several publications, including:

  • Mushing Magazine July/August 2013
  • Alaska Magazine, September 2012
  • Issue Ladies’ Home Journal, October 2004
  • National Geographic Traveler Magazine, November 2003
  • Conde Nast Traveler Magazine, May 2002
  • Alaska Magazine, February 1999
  • Denver Post, January 5, 2003
  • Fairbanks Daily News, November 10,2001
  • Mushing Magazine Lonely Planet Newsletter and Guide Book

Every guest is made to feel at home, and every effort is made to be helpful. Rest and relaxation is easy here. The surroundings (inside and out) are superb. Here, wonders await the adventurous. Some may choose to mush or hike, others may simply sit and take it all in. No one goes away unattached by this land. Thanks Jon and Karin.

Mark

Redding, CA

The staff was amazing. Kind, passionate, awesome with kids. Can’t beat the location or the views. It is not your standard hotel, very unique. It is all about the experience.

Expedia Reviewer

This has been a special stay because of the beautiful setting, the singing dogs, the sunny color of the log buildings, and the hosts. You have gorgeous slide presentations and a relaxed atmosphere in you lodge that added so much to our vacation.

Phil and Sandy

Michigan

Indescribable beauty, quiet, the dogs singing in the morning, cozy cabins crafted and decorated with love…We know why you call it EarthSong.

Joe and Susan

Boulder, CO

Thank you for having us as guests. We felt right at home in our little cabin. It was wonderful to be away from ‘Glitter Gulch’. I felt like you took good care of us…food, shelter, love- the basics. We want to come back in the winter.

Lynn and Phil Ritter

Palo Alto California

Joan and myself visited you in mid June and I just wanted to tell you how you impacted our lives. We enjoyed our stay with you very much, especially the slide show, and the perspective you gave us on Alaska, and the park in particular. You were our first visit after arriving in Anchorage. As we traveled around Alaska over the next two weeks, we began to appreciate Alaska and our visit with you more and more.

Ralph and Joan

Vermont

What a beautiful place! I can’t remember a time when we actually hurried back and spent so much time where we were staying. You have a lovely lodge which you graciously open up to everyone.

John and Krissy

Anacortes, WA

My family (husband and myself, our three boys, and my mother) stayed in a cabin at Earthsong lodge. We LOVED it. We loved the setting – 17 miles north of Denali park, and away from it all. We walked out onto the taiga research station that was a mile north. We saw a moose and her baby one early morning as we drove towards Denali. And we got to hug and pet about 50 different dogs each morning between 9:30-10:30 am and learn how important dogs are in Alaska, navigating cold, snowy winters! My kids LOVED the dogs. Each cabin was designed and created by owners. Each cabin has a slightly different theme. There is a small coffee house from where you can buy coffee and basic breakfast items, but they can make you a sandwich for the day if you ask the night before. The staff were the best – wonderful, helpful, interesting stories to tell! It felt homey. If you are looking for best wifi and close to restaurants, this may not be the best place for you – if you are looking for connecting with nature in a beautiful magical setting: go to Earthsong!!

Valerie - Trip Advisor

This place is amazing with sweet log cabins set in pretty grounds and it is has sled dogs a major plus. The cabins are comfortable and really pretty and clean. It is a very quite place with great views. The slide show in the evening was really good and informative and you can visit the dogs in the morning which is great fun. Courtney is very knowledgeable and obviously passionate about dog sledging. Henrys coffee bar does great coffee and breakfast in the mornings. I would have no hesitation in recommending this place.

Laura T

Trip Advisor

A great experience was made even better. We visited Earthsong Lodge two years ago in May. Henry’s Coffeehouse is open for the season in June. The best cinnamon rolls to start your morning. It’s a short trip to Denali National Park. This time with more people in our group, we stayed in one of the two bedroom cabins. There was plenty of room for the four of us. Everybody at the Lodge made sure that our stay was the best. We visited the kennel for the sled dog tour, twice. Our grandson said that it was the best part of our trip. While we were there, we signed up for one of their sled dog trips into Denali, next winter.

Jim V - Trip Advisor

The EarthSong Lodge offers a great base for exploring Denali. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The mountain view from my cabin was spectacular. The owner is extremely knowledgable and helpful. He was able to give me advice about exploring Denali the really enhanced my trip.

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