Come to Tincup Wilderness Lodge, in Canada’s Yukon territory, for a beautiful and peaceful stay. This beautiful western red cedar Pan-Abode built wilderness lodge is completely isolated from the rest of the world. Accessible only by float-plane or helicopter – allowing visitors to feel detached from their everyday lives.
Compromising of a main lodge with 3 smaller cabins, each Pan-Abode has LED lighting, a wood stove that comes with firewood and its own bathroom that includes a hot shower. The whole cedar wilderness lodge is powered solely with solar power so you can enjoy a peaceful stay in your Pan-Abode.
Tincup Wilderness Lodge includes excellent cuisine, using fresh fish from the lake and also fresh salads and herbs grown right behind the lodge, in their own greenhouse. And with so many activities such as canoeing, kayaking, hiking, exploring the Kluane National Park and going fishing you may actually want to leave your cozy cedar Pan-Abode cabin.
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