Rohn Cabin is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as one of the most beautiful checkpoints along the Iditarod Trail. Gold rushers, mail carriers, trappers, bush pilots, and Iditarod Racers have utilized the cabin and emergency airstrip near "Rainy Pass". While the original cabin no longer exists, the Civilian Conservation Corps constructed the standing building in the 1930s. Many desperate pilots have visited the historic site despite the fact that its use dropped dramatically with the construction of the Alaska Railroad. It has also been a stop on the Iditarod dog sled race since the 1970s. There is no doubt that this is an incredibly scenic spot, with great mountain valleys joining beneath even greater peaks, but it also speaks volumes to mushers about the tough trail ahead. Just 20 miles away, a forest fire has left downed trees, making sledding through the Farewell Burn bumpy.
The Rohn Cabin lies near the confluence of the Kuskowim River's South Fork and the Tatina River. The cabin's location has been an important stopover for travelers for over a century.
The cabin is free to use
No reservations are required. First come, first served.
If you want to discover and explore other campsites and horse trails, here are some of the horse trails and campsites that you may visit:
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT - Iditarod Trail
Rohn Cabin does not require reservations for overnight accommodations. Please visit their page here on Top Horse Trails - Rohn Cabin for more information.