Alaska adventures are defined by those on the trip. Within a family or group of travelers, it can sometimes be hard to agree on what to do and when.
We feel that there are some things on which everyone in your family or group can agree, like personalized service, fine gourmet dining and luxurious accommodations.
Of course, outstanding freshwater and saltwater fishing is another one of the Alaska adventures available to you at Saltery Lodge.
There is 62 acres of wilderness on our property, which is only accessible by boat or float plane. Now that's what Alaska adventures are all about!
Alaska adventures can mean different things to different people; however, the majority come up here to experience the tug and fight of salmon and halibut at the end of their rod.
If you have fly fishermen in your family or group, they will be pleasantly surprised to discover the sparkling, trout-infused streams flowing through our wilderness.
All of our guides are U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captains, so that your Alaska adventures are not only productive, but also safe and relaxing for everyone in your family or group.
Perhaps, when planning your Alaska adventures, your first thoughts did not include food.
After you experience the high-end dining at Saltery Lodge, we're confident that the memories of your Alaska adventures will be peppered with all of your delicious meals.
Perhaps you also never imagined your Alaska trip including your own private chef, whose sole job is to fill your belly with your favorite treats.
You can even bring your fresh catch of the day to your exclusive chef and ask him or her to prepare it for you that evening.
We believe that Alaska adventures are multi-layered experiences with widely varying expectations.
Our exclusive, intimate resort has something fun and exciting for everyone in your family or group.
Saltery Lodge specializes in variety.
Fishing, dining on gourmet cuisine, wandering through 62 acres of unspoiled forest, shopping in Ketchikan...Alaska adventures don't get much better than those experienced at Saltery Lodge.