The Farm Lodge: 907.781.2208 & 888.440.2281 & 907.781.3106
Lake Clark Air: 907.278.2054 & 800.662.7661
2425 Merrill Field Drive Anchorage, AK 99501
-PRICE= $6515.00 per person (party of 2) in standard room.
-PRICE= $6665.00 per person (party of 2) in suite-style room.
Our packages are designed for small groups and provide you with a personalized experience. The activities take you into Alaska's most remote areas for chances to photograph bears, caribou, eagles, tundra, glaciers, waterfalls, mountains, and much more. The floatplane and guides are with you for the day, giving you the flexibility to move about and explore the best of the remote Alaska backcountry. Our catch and release packages help to maintain the same productive fishing we have seen for generations. These tours truly take you away from the crowd and into Alaska the way it is meant to be experienced.
In order to preserve the quality of the fishing in our area, The Farm Lodge insists on the practice of catch and release for all fish species. Pictures and measurements can be used to make fiberglass replicas for trophy mounts.
*Due to the varied age of our staff and the wide diversity of groups we host at The Farm Lodge, we do not allow alcoholic beverages in the main lodge building (dining room). The Farm Lodge does not serve lunch in its dining room but provides excellent box lunches for each day of your stay. The above packages include the transportation of up to 50 pounds of luggage per person between Anchorage and Lake Clark, with everything over 50 pounds traveling at 90 cents per pound, each way. The package rates also include park service fees and taxes. The rates do not include voluntary gratuities.
The actual flight departure and pick up times may vary, depending on the date of your stay.
The Farm Lodge is now taking reservations for 2021 through 2023. A 50% deposit is required in order to hold a reservation against other inquiries, with balance due 2 months before the date of your stay. The deposit is refundable up to 80% only if all cancellations are made no less than 2 months before the scheduled travel date. If you are planning a visit in 2022 or 2023 you can take advantage of our 2021 rates by making reservations before January 1 of 2022. Rates will increase if reservations are not made before January 1 of 2022. Prices are subject to change at any time, prior to a reservation deposit being received. Call 888-440-2281 or visit our Information and Pricing Request Page now to make your reservation.
We offer the ideal setting for you to attend your next photography course. Your daily sessions are hosted by The Farm Lodge, giving you the perfect balance of a remote Alaska setting along with refined comfort. The lodge is just a short walk from the Lake Clark National Park visitor center. Local hiking to Tanalian Falls and Kontrashibuna Lake, guided boat tours, and wildlife and landscape tours are also available from The Farm Lodge.
-1:00 p.m. check in for flight from Anchorage to The Farm Lodge. The flight to the lodge takes you through the scenic Lake Clark Pass, where you will see glaciers and glacial streams in one of Alaska's most beautiful mountainous settings.
-Check in to The Farm Lodge. Lodging includes a room with private bath, home-cooked Alaskan meals,* and daily maid service.
-Floatplane Fire and Ice Tour and fishing for Arctic Grayling, Arctic Char, and Lake Trout. This day takes you over and into some of Alaska’s most rugged and breathtaking landscapes. The day includes flightseeing as well as time on remote lakes for exploring and sightseeing focusing on glacial landscape, active volcanoes, mountainous lakes, and tundra landscape, and catch-and-release fishing.
-Guided fly-out bear viewing and fishing for Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, and Dolly Varden. Travel by floatplane to a remote destination where you will spend the first part of an exciting day viewing and photographing Alaska's notorious Grizzly and Brown Bears feeding and interacting in their natural environment. After bear viewing, your pilot will take you to some of the areas most productive fishing holes.
-Guided fly-out tundra wildlife/sightseeing tour and fishing for Dolly Varden and Arctic Grayling. Our special bush-equipped wheelplane will take you over the tundra in search of caribou, other wildlife, and scenic landscape. The day includes flightseeing as well as off-airport landings for sightseeing, photography, and fishing.
-Guided sightseeing and fishing for Arctic Grayling, Lake Trout, and Northern Pike by open skiff. Lake Clark is over 40 miles long and offers access to numerous outstanding fishing holes.
-Local unguided hiking to the Lake Clark National Park Service Visitor’s Center, Tanalian Falls, and Kontrashibuna Lake.
-9:00 a.m. check out and return flight to Anchorage.
Below are a few packages that many of our guests have enjoyed. We also offer custom packages to meet your individual group's budget, schedule, and desires. Please use the following links for more information regarding Custom Packages, Family Packages, or one of the following prebuilt packages.
Bernard and Brigitte - Zurich, Switzerland
Geoff and Marcia - England
Cecil and Norris
Jim and Ethel - Pomfret Center, CT
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offering access to lake clark national park, katmai national park and remote Southwest Alaska for over 40 years.
Our packages are designed for small groups and provide you with a personalized experience.
We travel by well maintained floatplane or boat in search of bears, caribou, moose, eagles, tundra, wildflowers, berries, rugged mountains and glaciers, deep blue lakes, salmon-filled streams, active volcanoes, historic log cabins, and the other hidden treasures of the Alaska backcountry in and around Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks.
Our guides are well experienced for leading groups for fly fishing or groups using spinning gear. Because we have access to such a great variety of fishing, we can keep both the experienced fisher productive and excited as well as give instruction for those interested in trying the sport for the first time..
See Alaska's most remote areas for chances to photograph bears, caribou, eagles, tundra, glaciers, waterfalls, mountains, and much more. The floatplane and guides are with you for the day, giving you the flexibility to move about and explore the best of the remote Alaska backcountry.