The edge-of-wilderness location is perfectly semi-remote, just six miles from Healy and seventeen miles from Denali National Park and Preserve. Ridgetop Cabins are a set of six rustic, private cabins that overlook the magnificent Healy valley and the north side of the Alaska range -- of which Mt. Denali, North America’s tallest peak, is a noted part.
Nestled right up against the wilderness a mile and a half back off the main road, Ridgetop Cabins is the perfect place to experience the wonder of life in the Alaskan wild without the added remoteness of life above the Arctic Circle. Far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the popular park to enjoy a peaceful taste of true Alaskan life, yet close enough to see and experience the natural wonders of the park, Ridgetop is a unique property with a rich history.
Denali National Park and Preserve is a six-million-acre slice of Alaska’s gorgeous interior wilderness. Established in 1917, Denali is home to a variety of wildlife, including grizzlies, wolves, moose, caribou, and Dall sheep. Denali is also named for North America’s tallest mountain (Mt. Denali at 20,310ft.).
All cabins have electricity provided by on-site generators, along with running water. Depending on the carrier, some might have cell service on-site, as well. There’s also WiFi available for coworkers in the main house.