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Travel Blogs from Valdez

Valdez

A travel blog entry by kersteensalaska

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Well,our run of fine weather finally ended and we woke to rain but we were not deterred. Everyone up here tells you to get out and do things despite the weather so we did. Drove back up the Ric******* Highway through Keystone Canyon, by the Bridal Veil Falls, over the Thompson Pass up to Worthington Glacier. By this time it had ...

Where to stay and explore

A travel blog entry by lisavonder

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What a mixture of feelings today! We checked with a park ranger last night to find out where we could walk up to the Copper River. We found the area, but were not able to get as close as I wanted (I wanted to be able to touch the water). We stopped in for some breakfast at a little roadhouse in Copper Center and I asked the person there if she knew where we might be able to achieve this. She told ...

Valdez to Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by fairfamily

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... make it to Bill and Charlyne's cabin on Lake Louise. We just started driving north with no real set destination and decided we'd see where the weather took us. At first we couldn't see much. As we entered the Chugach area there were several pullovers that the Milepost said to be sure to stop at and take pictures - at most we only saw fog. We did see a few beautiful waterfalls and gorges. As we got to Copper Valley the weather ...

Meares Glacier

A travel blog entry by mazb10

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... cups, which I detest drinking coffee from. I spied a china cup sitting doing nothing behind the counter so grovelled to get to use it & it worked so I was able to give the paper cups a miss again.
The captain, Randy, gave almost non stop commentary during the entire cruise, he was excellent with all the facts & figures about the wildlife & the land features.

We soon came across some Sea Otters & they looked so cute floating on their ...

To Valdez via Whittier & the Sound

A travel blog entry by mazb10

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... Begich Building) is a
condominium & most people in Whittier live there. The port remained an active Army facility until 1960.

The town was severely damaged by tsunamis triggered by the 1964 earthquake with 13 people dying because of waves that reached 13 metres in height. The now abandoned Buckner Building was seriously damaged in the earthquake but the cost of demolishing it is prohibitive. Despite the safety of the building being marginal ...

 

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