All of the cabins owned by Peace of Selby are North of the Arctic Circle. Below are maps of the area surrounding the cabins. Selby Lake is located approximately 300 miles northwest of Fairbanks, Alaska, the second largest city in the state with a population of about 99,000 people. The region in which the cabins are located is known as the Upper Kobuk, and is in the Brooks Range.
The Nutuvukti cabin is the only cabin on four mile long Nutuvukti Lake, inside Gates of the Arctic National Preserve. You may enjoy panoramic views of the Brooks Range, hiking opportunities and exploring local creeks by canoe.
The Minakokosa rustic log cabin is located on a scenic four mile long lake. Enjoy canoeing and fishing in the lake and on adjoining Beaver Creek. Hike in the surrounding mountains. The lake is the starting point for non-whitewater 3-5 day float trips on the Kobuk River from Minakokosa Lake cabin to a chosen float plane pick-up point on the Kobuk River.
Quyelalitut cabin is located on the Kobuk River, and a nice stopover cabin during a float trip. Enjoy fishing, hiking and river activities.
Peace of Selby Wilderness Lodge and the Sourdough cabin are located on the north end of beautiful Selby/Narvak Lake in Gates of the Arctic National Preserve. The lake is eight miles long with steep mountains rising up from the shoreline. Hiking, fishing, leisurely canoeing on the lake and exploring side creeks are favorite activities.