Mile Marker 114.9

Majestic Valley Wilderness Lodge

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Majestic Valley Wilderness Lodge: Mile 114.9

A Serene Wilderness amidst Alaska’s Chugach & Talkeenta Mountains. Comfortable Rooms and Cabins. Summer & Winter Activities. Convenient location to Denali & Wrangell St. Elias National Parks. Wildlife Viewing. Perfect for weddings, retreats & special events.

Web Site www.majesticvalleylodge.com Email info@majesticvalleylodge.com

907 746-2930 Fax 907 746-2931

The Majestic Wilderness Lodge hosts some of the most impressive views of The Chugach Mountains and the head water of the Matanuska Glacier of anywhere on The Glenn Highway.  This resort is a favorite for retreats of all types.  Summer and Winter Activities, this is a resort that offers the best of year round splendor.

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Step out of any one of our rooms or cabins and access the serene Alaskan wilderness amidst the Chugach and Talkeetna mountains. The clean, comfortable accommodations will be a relaxing culmination to a breath taking day in the mountains. Sip a glass of wine or a cup of hot coffee while taking in the views from the lodge covered porch. All rooms and cabins are nonsmoking and pet allergen free.

Main Log Lodge
4 deluxe rooms completed spring 2008 offer various bed choices: king bed with full futon, 2 queen beds, or a queen bed with full futon. All rooms include a full bathroom with granite vanity, radiant floor heat, use of large common area with coffee bar, in room television, wireless computer service, views of Chugach or Talkeetna Mountains, and indoor access to lodge dining facility.

Grizzly & Coyote Cabins
Both cabins include a queen and full bed and a full bathroom, coffee bar and spectacular views of the Chugach mountain range. Cabins are adjacent the log lodge.

Weddings & Retreats

Majestic Valley has hosted weddings, family retreats, corporate retreats, tour groups, photography groups, car clubs, painting clubs, motorcycle groups, and office parties from 6 people to 225. This highway accessible lodge has all the modern conveniences in a wilderness setting.

The spacious hand scribed log lodge may seat up to about 125 people in the dining area and lounge. The covered porch offers an area for additional seating in the summer months. Larger groups over 125 enjoy buffet style service in a stand up style reception.

The large, open dining room with wood floor is ideal for bands, DJ’s, and power point or slide projection presentations.

Majestic Valley can accommodate 42 people with triple occupancy in the 8 Glacier Hall Rooms, 4 Lodge Rooms, and 2 Cabins. Please go to the reservations tab for the bed dynamics in each room or cabin. If your group exceeds the sleeping capacity of Majestic Valley, we recommend that overflow may be booked at Tundra Rose Guest Cottages, Sheep Mountain Lodge, Matanuska Lodge, Long Rifle Lodge or Eureka Lodge. They are all within the Glacier View Community between 2 and 20 miles from Majestic Valley Lodge.

Wedding ceremonies may take place in various locations on the property: dining room, covered porch, or outside on the grass lawn. We have even had groups that have gotten married on the Matanuska Glacier with a reception following at Majestic Valley Lodge. Wild flowers, trees, flower gardens, and hanging flower baskets adorn the natural mountainous backdrop.

An arbor is available for the wedding ceremony site, as is 50 white folding chairs. More chairs may be rented from Valley Rentals. Alaska Bride & Groom, a biannual bridal magazine publication also has a website with some great tips and contacts.

Sutton Visitors Center

Email  suttonvisitors@hotmail.com

Web Site  https://visitalaska.wordpress.com




One Response to “Majestic Valley Lodge”

  1. The Majestic Wilderness Lodge looks amazing, Alaska is one of my must see places, hopefully sooner rather than later.

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