The Lodge

The Lodge at Falcon’s Ledge is a unique structure handsomely set in a private six hundred acre canyon, providing a bird’s eye view of the surrounding canyon, Stillwater, and wildlife. The 15,000 square foot lodge was designed specifically to provide the ultimate lodging experience for secluded fly fishing and wingshooting adventures.  There are only eight guest rooms in the lodge at Falcon’s Ledge and one staff/family bunk room. This ensures your seclusion and privacy. Each room is uniquely decorated in a comfortable yet elegant style. There are no phones or televisions in the rooms. No pets are allowed in the lodge. Every room has a million dollar view of spectacular canyon scenery and wildlife. Watch fish rise on the lake below and deer graze as you wake to the crisp mountain air.

The pro-shop has a selection of clothing items for layering and weather protection, as well as many items with the Falcon’s Ledge logo. We have a selection of ORVIS fishing lines, flies, reels, rods, sun glasses, assorted gear and gadgets.

All meals are prepared in our kitchen using the freshest and highest quality ingredients available. Our professional culinary staff bakes bread, rolls and creates soups from scratch to help make every meal at Falcon’s Ledge a dining experience not soon forgotten. A hearty country breakfast of farm fresh eggs, apple wood smoked bacon, country ham or link sausage, and hash browns, pancakes or french toast. The chefs will never let you down in their quest to surprise us with a new and exciting creation at every turn.

The Ashley National Forest and High Uintas Wilderness is our million-acre backyard. The vast tracts of untouched pine with peaks over 13,500 feet are sprinkled with hundreds of crystal clear lakes, and streams like the Rock Creek, and Yellowstone that are filled with wild brown, rainbow, brook, and cutthroat trout. It is a wilderness where elk, deer and moose are abundant. The diversity of this country provides our magnificent outdoor adventures as well as the spectacular setting of the lodge itself.