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I've stayed in Sheep Mountain Lodge cabins several times. It's become a staple for the guys I ride snowmachines with. Each time has been great. The staff are always very friendly and accommodating. Food is great, especially after a day of hard riding. The cabins...More
We stayed at this lodge for a night after full day drive on Old Denali Highway.
Cabin is very large and full of amenities.
Car can be parked right infront of the cabin door.
Even though restaurant was closed when we reached, owner managed hot...More
Brought the family up for the holiday weekend. Snow machining, skiing & hot tub time. Rented the premier cabin #2, which had everything we needed. The cabin was perfect for a family of four and we even brought the fur baby along. We were able...More
This little place is just amazing!!! The views were spectacular and the rooms were cozy and comfortable. Due to lack of availability I also stayed one night at the non-attached bathroom units, and they facilities were very clean and well maintained. No issues whatsoever. Ofcourse,...More
My adult daughters and I stopped here on our way to Fairbanks via the Glenn Highway. We rented one of the premier cabins. The cabin exceeded our expectations. It was clean and very well appointed...great bed linens, great toiletries! The beds were the most comfortable...More
Weather in mid July near Sutton is usually near 70 with lows down around 55. Current forecast looks good for next weekend but there's always a chance of rain. Even if it does the rain usually is light and tolerable.
The two are about five hours apart (more like six in the summertime) and there is one main route. You'll head south on the Parks Highway (highway 1) until you get to the interchange with the Glenn Highway (highway 3.). Take... More
The two are about five hours apart (more like six in the summertime) and there is one main route. You'll head south on the Parks Highway (highway 1) until you get to the interchange with the Glenn Highway (highway 3.). Take the Glenn north to Sheep Mountain Lodge. It's a lovely drive. You can cut through the town of Wasilla to save a few minutes but it's not probably not worth it if you're new to the area. Have a safe trip!
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"Great for Matanuska glacier and walks on Sheep Mountain"