Sheefishing in Alaska at Kiana Lodge
Kiana is located on the Kobuk River in Northwestern Alaska, approximately 30 miles north of the Arctic Circle, in “The Land of the Midnight Sun.”
The picturesque community is situated on a bluff overlooking the confluence of the Kobuk andSquirrel Rivers and is home to 400 people, ninety percent who are of Inupiaq Eskimo decent. In addition, Kiana is an ideal jump-off point for exploring the Kobuk Valley National Park, known for the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes, 450,000 migrating caribou and some of most scenic country in Alaska.
Our area of Alaska is only accessible by plane or boat and is located over 300 miles from the nearest connecting road system. Our neighbors are the fish and wildlife which abound in the area
Lorry and Nellie Schuerch have lived in the KobukRiver area for most of their lives and are of Inupiaq descent. Lorry has nearly sixty years of experience guiding on the Kobuk River and its tributaries and has extensive knowledge in Alaska history, cultures, climate and geography.
The Kiana Lodge offers river boat operations geared for small groups as well as upscale lodging and gourmet meals in the “middle of nowhere”.
Contact us now to book your customized Arctic adventure above the Arctic Circle, in “The Land of the Midnight Sun.”