Site Wolf Run, Loop Wolf Run
White Mountains National Recreation Area | White Mountains National Recreation Area - Alaska Cabins
Type: CABIN NONELECTRIC
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- Max Num of People: 6
- Pets Allowed: Yes
- Campfire Allowed: Yes
- Checkin Time: 12:00 PM
- Checkout Time: 12:00 PM
- Is Equipment Mandatory: No
Need to Know
- Recreation: This cabin offers visitors winter recreation, scenery, wildlife viewing, rustic lodging and a great getaway for friends and family. The first Wolf Run Cabin burned in the wildfires of 2005, along with the bridge crossing Windy Creek. Both structures were replaced with larger versions in 2006. It can accommodate up to six people comfortably.
- This is primarily a winter use cabin where snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are popular activities. The surrounding 1-million-acre White Mountains National Recreation Area offers more than 250 miles of groomed winter trails linking 12 public-use cabins.
- The Wolf Run is not accessible to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in the summer (May 1 - October 14).
- Directions: The most direct route from the city of Fairbanks, Alaska, is to travel north on the Steese Highway to Fox, Alaska, then north on the Elliott Highway to the Colorado Creek Trailhead at milepost 57. The Colorado Creek and Windy Creek trails lead 22 miles to the cabin. The cabin can also be reached from the Windy Gap Cabin via the Windy Creek Trail (9 miles).
- N65 16' 41.204" negative W147 50' 49.868"