A magnificent wilderness lodge, surrounded by the bounty of Alaska’s Inside Passage, Whale Pass Lodge is located in the scenic solitude of Prince of Wales Island. Offering guided multi-sport adventure activities and state-of-the-art equipment, guests can enjoy world-class fishing, virgin mountain biking trails, peaceful sea kayaking, and unparalleled wildlife experiences. The lodge’s unique “Adventure Menu” allows each guest to design their own customized itinerary, accompanied by guides who are naturalist, adventure-sports enthusiasts and southeast Alaska experts.
The objective is to allow the utmost in flexibility. There is no set itinerary and each day is yours to create; whether fishing for salmon, halibut or other bottom fish in the saltwater or trout or salmon in the pristine creeks of the Tongass National Forest; it’s your trip to create as you wish.
The lodge is spacious. The great room is a quiet space for reading, conversing and enjoying the view. The recreation room is a detached building to not disturb guests in the main lodge. Suites offered for couples and families with children. Rooms have private bathrooms and most are designed for 2.
The lodge will provide all fishing and adventuring gear for the duration of your trip. If you wish to bring your own fishing gear, Frontiers will provide a comprehensive gear list upon booking.
Fly to Ketchikan, AK or Seattle and overnight at hotel. Contact Frontiers for flight schedules.
1 night/2 day trips to 7 night/8 day trips. $2,595 to $7,695.
Commercial airfare to/from Ketchikan, hotel overnights, optional air-charter excursions from the lodge, spa and gift shop expenses, gratuities, and fishing license are excluded.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in Alaska and Canada fishing, and South America fishing and big game programs.
Specializes in South America fishing and shooting departments. Plus, fishing in Mongolia and Canada.
UK Managing Director
Manages Frontiers UK office.
UK Sporting Specialist
Deals with Alphonse, Argentina, Iceland, Russia, and UK Shooting and Stalking.
Frontiers is off to a great start to the Alaska fishing season and groups are returning with big smiles and wonderful fishing reports. Even better, there is still prime fishing dates available at some of the best lodges in Alaska. You don’t need to be an expert angler to land plenty of fish in Alaska. The sockeye and chum salmon are running strong right now and the silver salmon will start to fill the rivers in early August. Add fat ...