The picture above is just one view from your breakfast table at The Alaska Wolf Lodge! The tides of Gastineau Channel change twice each day, providing an average eighteen-foot water delta every morning and evening. If you are lucky you may even see some whales while enjoying your breakfast! Eagles and float planes are quite common. Of course there is also Molly, the 450-pound Black Bear who, along with her two cubs, lives behind our home on Mount Juneau. This past season we had our guests scramble for their cameras several times during breakfast to snap her picture as she slowly walked down along the Zen garden and across our parking lot and down the driveway.
In addition to serving the Alaskan visitor, the Alaska Wolf Lodge is a favorite of brides and grooms for their wedding and/or reception. Indeed, the first wedding we catered at the Wolf Lodge was our own! Additionally, our home is host to meetings, family reunions, and business seminars. Whatever your event, we will work with you to plan a menu that will make your event truly special!
The Alaska Wolf Lodge features local foods like Roy's Select Alaskan Catch Wild Cold-Smoked Bristal Bay Sockeye Salmon! Roy is a good friend of ours and has been fishing Alaska waters for over twenty-five years. He has the best cold-smoked salmon we have ever tasted and by special reservation we can arrange tours of his fish processing facility. He is just a short 1/2 mile walk from the Alaska Wolf Lodge. To find out more about Roy and his exeptional fish go to this address: www.SelectAKCatch.com
We also have a Japanese Koi pond and waterfall that pumps three thousand gallons an hour over five tons of local river rock! After a busy day of sightseeing or hiking, our guests often enjoy sitting on the deck and sipping a cocktail while listening to the tranquil sounds of the water flowing into the Koi pond.