Exploring Southwest Alaska
Nestled between Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park, Angry Eagle Lodge & Outfitters is ideally situated for exploring the natural beauty of Southwest Alaska. Enjoy a day flight seeing as you take in everything from breathtaking panoramic views and crystal-clear lakes to vast tundras and majestic volcanoes. This an adventure unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.
Enjoy an afternoon or morning lake kayaking as you paddle along Southwest Alaska’s pristine shorelines of Lake Illiamna. It is the largest lake in Alaska, eighth largest lake in the United States of America, and one of the largest in North America, covering about 1,000 sq. miles. The lake is 77 miles long and up to 22 miles wide, with a maximum depth of 988 feet. Through the Kvichak River, its waters drain into Bristol Bay. Designed for every skill level, this guided experience provides a unique perspective that allows you to get up close and personal with the local marine life—including many fish, waterbirds, eagles and perhaps the legendary Illiamna monster. We’ll provide all the needed equipment, and our friendly guides will be happy to teach you kayaking techniques before getting started.
Home to glacial lakes and remote mountain ranges Southeast Alaska offers hiking trails and adventures for all experience levels. Our guides will take you on a journey through remote terrain, where you could possibly see everything from brown bear and moose to eagles and nearly 200 Alaska bird species. We’ll furnish the necessary outdoor gear, but you’ll responsible for bringing your hiking boots.