Alaska’s Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge

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Eco-haven in Alaska completely hand-built from local driftwood. Private cabins for groups of eight.The lodge is run completely on a non-polluting alternative energy system of wind and hydro power which supply the entire grounds with energy to spare. Beginning in summer of 2007, a tree will be planted for every visitor to the lodge to offset carbon emissions. Activities include bear viewing, beachcombing, hiking secret nature trails for use of lodge guests only, wildlife photography, sea kayaking, glacier kayaking, river rafting, clamming, fishing, touring the neighboring villages of Seldovia and Halibut Cove, glacier touring, flightseeing, beach fires, saunas, or just relaxing in the hammock with a good book. Sea kayaks, shore-fishing, and halibut fishing gear are provided to guests at no extra charge.
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