The Stony River is a 190-mile (310 km) tributary of the Kuskokwim River in the U.S. state of Alaska. The river flows south from near Mount Mausolus in the Revelation Mountains of the Alaska Range through the northwestern corner of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. From there, it flows generally westward. Stony Mountain Lodge is outside of the National Preserve.
Lake Clark Preserve:
Topography of Stony River:
Located 150 air miles due west of Anchorage, the lodge is accessible only by helicopter or bush airplane. Traveling to the lodge, you will fly over land, water and through mountain passes. Departure times may vary based on weather clearance. Bring your binoculars to get a close look at the wildlife, migrating whales, active volcanoes, glaciers and much more.