PRIVATE ALASKAN ADVENTURE
The Sheldon Chalet is perched at 6,000 ft, ten miles from the summit of Denali, in Denali National Park in Alaska. Located on five private acres, the Sheldon Chalet offers guests activities including guided glacier trekking and aurora borealis viewing on the flanks of North America's highest mountain.
"Luxury lodges with new year-round experiences include Eagle’s Nest by Third Edge Heli overlooking the Knik Arm in Wasilla and Sheldon Chalet in Denali National Park, as well as luxury tour operators like Pelorus offering experiences to see rare wildlife and wonderful landscapes in remote Alaska."
On five acres of scenic private property, this luxury chalet offers
exclusive access to prime aurora borealis viewing and some of
the most dramatic vistas in the Alaska Range.
Mat-Su Valley, Alaska
$47,000 - 2ppl for 3-nights
7 Rooms, 14 Guests
Summit: Direct views of the summit of Denali, as you lie in the finest accommodations.
Sheldon Chalet is only accessible by helicopter
and offers some of the rarest purple Aurora
The Sheldon Chalet was designed to ensure durability, sustainability and efficiency, while being an environmentally-friendly property. Sheldon Chalet also contributes in-kind and financially to local organizations such as the Talkeetna Historical Society, Denali Arts Council and Denali Education Center to ensure broader understanding of our interconnected natural and economic ecosystems.
In 1992 a team of scientists instigated and funded by the late legendary cartographer Bradford Washburn attempted to record the depth of the Great Gorge in Denali's mighty Ruth Glacier. A glacier on the southeast flanks of Denali that gets squeezed down into a mile-wide gorge aptly named the Great Gorge. Imagine discovering what is at the bottom of the continent's deepest gorge.