This cabin is situated at the southern end of Hasselborg Lake, which is in the central portion of Admiralty Island. The cabin is in a primitive setting, with no electricity, plumbing, or telephone. Within Kootznoowoo Wilderness and located along the Cross-Admiralty Canoe Route, the cabin is surrounded with a dense, natural spruce-hemlock forest. Deer and brown bear may be seen in the area. Good fishing can be found at the nearby lake outlet. Cabin is equipped with wooden bunks, table, and benches. It is heated with wood heat and has an out house. The cabin does not have mattresses or cooking utensils. Cabin users should bring their own sleeping bags, pads, cook stoves, cooking gear and food. This is a small one-room cabin and can only accomodate two people. The person holding the reservation must be at least 18, and must be a member of the party using the cabin. Use of this cabin by a commercial operator, such as an outfitter or or guide, is not allowed. There are no discounts for Golden Age or Golden Access Passports for Alaska cabin rentals. Access by floatplane or canoe/portage. This cabins is a designated Wilderness area, and access by helicopter is illegal.. Reservations are restricted to a maximum stay of 7 consecutive nights per party for any one reservation May 1 -September 30 and a maximum stay of consecutive nights per party Octover 1 -April 30
You may reserve this cabin on the day of arrival, or up to 180 days in advance. Treat or boil water before consumption. In the fall, winter, and early spring, the lake may be frozen and the cabin may be inaccessible. Please contact Admirality National Monument prior to making reservations during these periods. Occasionally poor weather can result in extended stays, and cabin users should be prepared for this. All garbage and food must be packed out.
Directions: In the center of Admiralty Island, south end of Hasselborg Lake, near the lake outlet. Access by floatplane or canoe/portage.This cabin is in a designated Wilderness area, and access by helicopter is illegal. One-way time from Juneau is approximately 45 minutes. By canoe and portage, it approximately 6.5 miles to Mole Harbour.
Normal Services Available:
May-2003 through 9-30-2003 .