Adlersheim (pronounced odd-lers-hime, which means "eagle's
home" in German) Wilderness Lodge is a family-owned
and operated wilderness retreat located 33
miles north of Juneau, accessible by the Juneau road system.
Our wilderness lodge is one of a kind. This remote, 9-acre scenic
wonder is rich with Alaskan beauty, including the majestic
view, wildflowers, wildlife, hunting, and fishing.
Located in the heart of the Tongass National
Forest on the shores of Yankee Cove, we have breathtaking
views of the Chilkat Mountain Range rising from Lynn Canal,
with an abundance of lupine, bluebell, fireweed, wild iris,
and the blazing paintbrush blooming in the fields.
We offer comfortable,
luxury rooms with private baths and views of Lynn Canal,
and we have a private dock for fishing
charters or whale-watching tours, or if you prefer to
keep your feet grounded during your Alaska vacation, you can
fish right from our dock or beach.
Wild salmon, Pacific halibut, ling cod, and rockfish
can be caught within eyesite of the lodge. Bald eagles are visible
from our windows, along with sea lions, humpback whales, and the
occasional orca passing through. Black bears can be seen eating
fish out of Bessie Creek, which runs through our property.
The surrounding area offers access to some of
the best diving in Juneau. The Historic
Princess Sophia shipwreck dive site is a ten-minute boat ride from
our dock, and we have an incredible wall dive right off our beach.
There is never a shortage of things to do at Adlersheim
Wilderness Lodge. This unique getaway will touch your soul and leave
you feeling free and fully relaxed in this "Land of the Midnight
Sun," also known by many as the Last Frontier.
We are a friendly family
with a long history in Juneau, and we would love to share our
little piece of paradise with you. You can learn more about the
lodge's owners, Marion and Naomi Hobbs, as well as the lodge's history
here and make
your reservations online. We are confident that your visit will