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There are 12 public recreation cabins and two shelters in the White Mountains NRA. The cabins are accessed most easily during the winter, but a few cabins can be reached during the summer by foot, mountain bikes, 4-wheelers, boats, and even airplanes. Cabins are equipped with bunk beds, a table and benches, propane cook stove, propane lantern, fire extinguisher, saw, ax, broom, wood stove and outhouse. Renters need to bring their own food, water or water treatment system, sleeping bags and pads, matches, utensils, toilet paper, garbage bags, and 1-pound propane bottles for the cook stove and lantern. Carry extra lantern mantles or candles in case the lanterns don’t function properly. Cabin users should be prepared to cut firewood or bring some with them. Cabins must be reserved in advance and paid for when you make your reservation. Stays are limited to three consecutive nights, with reservations beginning noon of the first day’s stay to noon of the last day. Reservations cost $25 per night and may be made up to 30 days in advance. Weekends and holidays are times of peak use. Reservations for the cabins can be made through the Recreation.gov website under “White Mountains National Recreation Area, Alaska” or by calling toll free 1-877-444-6777. Also located in the White Mountains National Recreation Area are two trail shelters that are available on a first-come, first-served basis only.
Vendor: Bureau of Land Management, Alaska
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