PRIVATE ALASKAN ADVENTURE
Opening January 2023, Eagle’s Nest Lodge is set along Alaska’s Knik Hay Flats of Mat-Su. Located 12-minutes from Anchorage by helicopter, the lodge is conveniently located between five key Alaskan mountain ranges including
Denali, Alyeska, and Tordrillo, and offers extensive helicopter touring
up to 150 miles from the lodge.
"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."
This exclusive-use 8,000 sq ft luxury alpine lodge is the home base for Alaska’s
premier heli-ski operator, Third Edge Heli, and the new 5-Day Summer Odyssey program. Eagle’s Nest’s modern alpine design provides privacy and comfort and
comes equipped with 7 bedrooms and baths, a formal dining room, a cozy
living room with fireplace, and a fully stocked bar. outdoor sauna, cold plunge,
hot tub, and outdoor fire pit.
Mat-Su Valley, Alaska
$47,000 - 2ppl for 3-nights
7 Rooms, 14 Guests
Guests can get rare access to Alaska’s endless coastline with over one hundred surf breaks around the Kenai Peninsula, all unreachable by road.
The unique single-load heli service allows for private and tailored-made experiences designed by owners, Jeff Hoke and Brad Cosgrove, two local Alaskans with 20+ years of guiding each.
Third Edge Heli Announces July 2022 Debut of Luxury Alpine Lodge, Eagle’s Nest
Alaska’s premier heli-ski operator, Third Edge Heli, is pleased to announce the launch of its new exclusive-use lodge, Eagle’s Nest, debuting this July. Set in the Knik Hay Flats of Mat-Su, this 8,000 sq ft luxury alpine lodge will serve as a basecamp for winter heli-ski operations and be home to a new 5-Day Summer Odyssey program inviting guests to Alaska’s undiscovered vast wilderness. The unique single-load heli service allows for private and tailored-made experiences designed by owners, Jeff Hoke and Brad Cosgrove, two local Alaskans with 20+ years of guiding each.