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The R5 Sons, Alaska non-scripted TV show is filmed on location at Rainy Pass Lodge and features the adventures of the Perrins family as they host guests in the rugged Alaskan wilderness.

Camp Iron Sights



Image Galleries


Hunting: Dall Sheep

Hunting: Gizzly/Brown Bear

Hunting: Black Bear

Hunting: Moose

Hunting: Caribou

Hunting: Trapping

Hunting: Kodiak


Summer Adventures

Winter Adventures

Iditarod Adventures


Lodge Photos

Out Camps

Rainy Pass Horses


75 Years at Rainy Pass

Helpful Links


Alaska's Weather

Iron Dog Race

Iditarod Race

More Helpful Links

Frequently asked Questions




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Welcome to Rainy Pass Lodge, Alaska's oldest hunting and recreation lodge.


Please contact us to make a reservation or with any questions you may have


Rainy Pass Lodge is situated 125 air miles northwest of Anchorage, Alaska. MAP


Visiting the Lodge is like stepping back to a time when all of North America was untouched by man's hands—wild, magnificent and rugged. The Lodge is your rustic, yet well-appointed, home from which you can hunt, fish, hike, ski, ride horseback, sightsee, view the Iditarod or participate in any number of other activities. The Lodge is an unforgettable setting for special events such as weddings, family reunions, photo safari's, wine tastings, or corporate retreats. Of course, you can just relax amid the majesty of the Alaska Range. The Perrins family is there to make sure you are comfortable, well fed, and wonderfully worn out at the end of each day.


Rainy Pass Lodge is Alaska's oldest hunting lodge! It was founded in 1937 by Bud Branham, a legend among Alaska's Master Guides. 2014 will mark the Lodge's 76th year and many special activities are planned. We hope you'll join us for a truly unique Alaskan experience. Summer, Winter, Iditarod, and Hunting adventures await.