Very few things scream adventure and excitement like an Alaskan river rafting trip. Whether you are an adrenaline seeker looking for their next thrill or an outdoor enthusiast in search of a scenic voyage, there is no lack of opportunities surrounding Trail Lake Lodge. Ideally located in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula in Moose Pass, Alaska, Trail Lake Lodge serves as the ultimate basecamp for summer visitors. To give you an idea of what to expect, we’ve assembled some useful information for your Alaskan river rafting trip.
Before their arrival, a lot of guests ask us, “so, where is Moose Pass, Alaska?” Well, we’re 28.3 miles straight north of Seward, Alaska, in the heart of the jaw-dropping Chugach National Forest, to be exact. Moose Pass, Alaska, is a quiet, idyllic small town that’s fully encircled by dreamlike bodies of water, such as Kenai Lake, Trail Lakes, and Crescent Lake, three of the most beautiful destinations in the world. And, of course, Trail Lake Lodge is conveniently located near all of the deep wilderness excitement, including world-class salmon fishing, breathtaking hiking trails, and exhilarating ATV adventures.