From human-powered excursions to guided Alaskan kayak tours, fill your days with excitement and wonder at Stillpoint Lodge. 

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Freshwater Fishing

Hike in or fly in to a local river or mountain lake, or fly in via float plane or helicopter to visit hundreds of miles of surrounding area rivers and streams. Spend a day fishing for rainbow trout, dolly varden, arctic char, grayling or salmon depending on the season.

We've got all the gear and expert guides using spinning reels or fly fishing gear depending on the conditions and location.

Rainbow Trout Fishing

Fly in by floatplane to a beautiful nearby mountain lake for unlimited rainbow trout fishing. Fish from the shore or venture out in a super-stable inflatable double kayak with your guide to access the whole lake. The rainbows are usually biting well throughout the summer season.

"Coho" Silver Salmon Fishing

Fly in to a secret remote location for an unforgettable fishing adventure for delicious silver salmon. Silvers, also known as Coho, are the most acrobatic salmon and these are among the biggest caught! The local silver fishing season is typically around August 20th through September 21st.

How to Visit

Your adventure awaits. Begin planning your Alaskan vacation by reserving a stay at Stillpoint Lodge. With a unique combination of eco-adventure, leisure, and wellness... on the edge of the wilderness, there’s no better way to have an authentic Alaskan trip of a lifetime.

No matter how you prefer to spend your vacation, we’re excited to help you create your one-of-a-kind journey. Thanks for choosing Stillpoint Lodge as your preferred Alaskan resort!


Create Your Perfect Journey

Organic Gardens

We Specialize in Groups

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Adventure & Leisure

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Our Focus on Wellness

“If you are searching

for the raw and unspoiled theater of the wild, yet still wish for the luxuries of civilization, Halibut Cove is the place for you.

And no one can better offer you that experience than Stillpoint Lodge.”

–Alaska legend and official balladeer Hobo Jim