Talkeetna Chum Cabin at Montana Creek/ w Suana


Entire cabin hosted by Peter

  1. 2 guests
  2. Studio
  3. 1 bed
  4. 0 baths
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Our cabin is in a private wilderness setting on a beautiful stream. There is a wood-fired sauna for your use and it’s located a mere 50 yards from the cabin. In mid-July through mid-September salmon often swim by your deck.

Our single room streamside cabin rests on the Southfork branch of Montana Creek, built from local spruce and birch.

We do not have television or hot running water; our bathroom is a cozy outhouse.

The space
Once the ice retreats, the cabin rests over a class two rapid that will have you experiencing one of the best nights sleep you've ever had.

We are located 11 miles from Historic Downtown Talkeetna and 5 minutes from the Denali Brewing Tasting Room.

We strive to create a "Truly Alaskan" experience.

Our riverfront cabin sites are situated on carefully managed wilderness property in a boreal forest environment.

Our cabins are perfect for any traveler with a vehicle that loves to fish, hike, or commune with nature. Our streamside cabins have an eight-foot viewing deck where you can see an array of wildlife. From mid-July to mid-September, you often see migrating and spawning salmon right from your deck. Please note that this is a salmon sanctuary and fishing for salmon is prohibited. There are numerous sightings of grouse, eagles, mink, fox, ducks, martins, arctic terns, and the occasional moose or bear.

The cabin materials were cut within a half mile of the property, milled, and constructed just a few miles away. Even the tables and counters are handmade from the site. You'll be surrounded by 80 - 200 year old birch and spruce trees towering up to 100 feet tall.

Our sustainable solar-powered cabins and the large picture windows that make you feel a part of the environment. A firepit and a small bundle of firewood is available for your use.

The cabins have a coffee maker, a tea kettle, and a single burner propane stove. Coffee and tea are supplied.

Where you'll sleep

Common space
1 queen bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Pets allowed

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Where you’ll be

Talkeetna, Alaska, United States

The Yoder Road-Montana Creek area of Talkeetna is a rural backcountry setting with several homesteads, small farms, and a few seasonal cabins nearby. Our property has access to the Historic Luthman Trail and the Yoder-Bald Mountain Trail; both trailheads are within walking distance from the property.

The Southfork of Montana Creek is recognized as one of the top rainbow fisheries in the state. There are also good populations of grayling and dolly varden. Rainbow fishing is catch and release only. In addition, salmon may not be targeted or taken. Fishing regulations are vigorously enforced by the Alaska State Troopers.

A walk up the stream is a great way to experience this amazing setting.

Hosted by Peter

  1. Joined in March 2016
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My summers are split between working as a riverboat Captain at Mahay's Jet Boat Adventures, and owner of Talkeetna Fly Fishing Expeditions. During the winter most of my time is spent writing for several national publications.

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House rules

Check-in: 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
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No smoking
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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