Ultimate seclusion: The spectacular mountain chalet in rural Alaska that costs $2,300 a night and can only be reached by HELICOPTER

This is the incredible mountain chalet that is set in rural Alaska and can only be reached by helicopter.

Stunning shots show the Sheldon Chalet against the snowy backdrop of the Denali National Park as the Northern Lights linger in the night sky.

Other striking images show the spacious interior with a large open fire as a centrepiece while expansive windows offer perfect views, worthy of the $2,330 (£1,658) per night price tag.

The Sheldon Chalet is perched on a ridge 6,000ft above the Don Sheldon Amphitheater, ten miles from the summit of Denali National Park.

Located on five private acres, it sleeps up to ten guests in five bedrooms featuring unique panoramas of the Alaska Range from every angle.

The vision of Alaskan pioneers, Don and Roberta Sheldon, the Sheldon Chalet is described as a platform for the adventure of a lifetime.

It offers guests guides, skiing gear, a chef and a concierge to experience the exclusive destination on the flanks of North America’s highest mountain.

Robert Sheldon, his wife Marne and sister Kate have made the Sheldon family dream become a reality.

Serving delicious Alaskan fare, Sheldon Chalet provides an Alaskan experience with activities including heli-picnics, guided glacier trekking, heli-skiing and aurora borealis viewing.

‘The Sheldon Chalet is a true five star Alaskan wilderness experience,’ said a spokesperson.

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