Site Caribou Bluff, Loop Caribou Bluff
White Mountains National Recreation Area | White Mountains National Recreation Area - Alaska Cabins
Type: CABIN NONELECTRIC
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- Campfire Allowed: Yes
- Checkin Time: 12:00 PM
- Checkout Time: 12:00 PM
- Max Num of People: 4
- Pets Allowed: Yes
- Is Equipment Mandatory: No
Need to Know
- Recreation: Caribou Bluff Cabin offers visitors rustic wilderness lodging, spectacular views of the White Mountains, the jagged cliffs and peaks of Limestone Gulch, and a relaxing experience within the White Mountains National Recreation Area. This is a primitive cabin with no running water and no electricity.
- This cabin is primarily for winter use. It offers skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, dog mushing and wildlife viewing all within the vicinity of the cabin.
- The surrounding 1-million-acre White Mountains National Recreation area includes more than 250 miles of groomed winter trails and 12 public-use cabins.
- This cabin is not accessible to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in the summer (May 1 - October 14) and is difficult to reach by hiking. The easiest access in the summer is from a float on Beaver Creek and start hiking near the confluence with Fossil Creek. The distance from Beaver Creek to Caribou Bluff Cabin is approximately 4 miles
- Directions: This cabin can be accessed from the Wickersham Dome Trailhead (28 mile Elliott Highway) via the Wickersham Creek and Fossil Creek trails (30 miles) or, from the Colorado Creek Trailhead (57 mile Elliott Highway) via Colorado Creek and Fossil Gap trails (31 miles).
- N65 28' 18.426" negative W147 34' 21.422"