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We were here as part of a photography tour with Jeff Schultz, the famous Anchorage photographer. This lodge is located right in heart of the Sheep Mountain locality. The chalets are clean comfortable and spacious. The food is especially the dinner is excellent. The only...More
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Response from Mark F, Owner at Sheep Mountain LodgeResponded 20 January 2017
I am so glad you enjoyed your stay with us. I'm happy to report all the cabins now have WiFi. I realize this was an important amenity we missed, so we made then effort this past fall to expand it. We hope you will think...More
We spent the night at Sheep Mountain Lodge on our return trip from Wrangell-St. Elias/McCarthy/Kennicott. Beautiful mountainside location, rooms were clean and tidy, dinner and breakfast were delicious. We may visit again the winter!
We stayed just one night and it was so beautiful! Our room was close to the main cabin. We had a porch overlooking the airstrip, you can't ask for more! Our cabin was clean, very cozy and quiet. Very good bathroom (running water) and a...More
Travelling from Anchorage to Valdez stopped at the Sheep Mountain Lodge for lunch. We had prompt service with cooking being done to order. The chilli soup and the burger were delicious. The family were attentive polite and informative and the accommodation was very good.
Lodge is on Glenn Highway but there is not much nearby. This is a place for those who want to get away, or are passing through the area (as we were). We went in late September and the restaurant had closed for the season. The...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"