Thursday, July 15, 2010

Tin Cup Lodge, Yukon

When Tincup Lodge was built in 1991, no expense was spared in constructing the finest of facilities. The main lodge offers sweeping views of the lake and surrounding mountains, and features a dining room, bar, kitchen and large outdoors deck with a hot tub. The duplex cedar-log guest cabins can accommodate 10 guests and each have their own cozy wood stove, covered verandah and private bathrooms.

Owned and operated by Larry Nagy and Jose Janssen, the Lodge is a labor of love, it expresses the commitments we have made to their guests' comfort and enjoyment, to the Yukon wilderness and to the fine art of fishing and relaxing.

Pictures are worth thousands of words!

Tincup Lodge guests are met either at the arrivals in Whitehorse Airport or at their Whitehorse Hotel Lobby and are then transported to the Alpine Aviation floatplane dock.

They are then flown by a Beaver or Cessna 206 floatplane, 250 km to Tincup Lodge.

The cost of this chartered flight is included in the 4 or 7 day Tincup Lodge package.

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