Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge is so remote—without any roads for at least 100 miles in any direction—that getting to Fairbanks is only the start of it. Reaching the fly-in-only lodge, which has three bedrooms and one suite, involves two more flights, the last leg a floatplane to serene Iniakuk Lake, some 60 miles north of the Arctic Circle. (Not secluded enough? Guests have the choice of two even more far-flung cabins—both situated deep in the Gates of the Arctic National Park, and both involving yet another flight.) Whatever the lodging choice, jaw-droppingly-gorgeous nature awaits, from sand- and gravel-lined beaches for tranquil strolls to vast open tundra for watching hundreds of migrating caribou, all with the immense peaks of the Brooks Range as a majestic backdrop. All-inclusive tours also include personalized guided adventure excursions that may range from dogsledding through winding river valleys to flight-fishing (which is exactly as amazing as it sounds) for arctic char.