The Kantishna Roadhouse lies deep in the heart of Alaska’s pristine wilderness of Denali National Park and dates back to the early 1900s. Steeped in history and local flair, guests can still see the old log structure and other remnants of the past throughout the property. Many nights were spent spinning tales of the trail over a hot cup of coffee and a hearty meal. Today, guests still can enjoy sharing tales of Alaskan adventure over coffee and hearty meals. The lodge has come a long way since it was a gold miner’s tent camp! 32 full service cabins dot the landscape and the beautiful log main lodge includes a dining area, a library resource room, a hand-crafted bar, a spacious lobby, and even Smoky Joe's Saloon. Wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities abound. Guided hikes leave each morning from the main lodge, mountain bikes are perfect for exploring old mining roads, and fly-fishing in nearby Moose Creek is a favorite activity for beginners and experienced fishermen alike. Flightseeing trips can also be arranged. There are a variety of cultural programs at the lodge and guests can even try panning for gold. Kantishna Roadhouse has something for everyone—adventure travelers, wilderness enthusiasts, families, or solitude seekers.