Arctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast

Address: Dalton Highway, Wiseman, Alaska, 99790, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Dalton Highway, Wiseman.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsArctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast Wiseman

      Reviewed by avgigax


      Reviewed Mar 13, 2013
      by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      This is not the name of the cabin/museum in which we viewed the lights from but it's the only thing that came up with being connected to wifi.
      So I need to see if the museum in the town of wiseman comes up.

      I'm not going to try and describe what I witnessed last night yet because, right now we our on the tour bus and I want to enjoy the view BUT I did wonder whether or not the misfit
      toys ever enjoyed the lights like we did.

      One more quick thing about the day that plays a HUGH part in the story is the start of the day with the first penny..... To be continued

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Arctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast Wiseman

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      Travel Blogs from Wiseman

      The Dalton Highway

      A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 20, 2014

      6 photos

      ... to Fairbanks.

      Ummm...what do you mean the plane can't come get us?...cancelled?...but how we will get back?...shuttle?..4 tires on the road type shuttle? OMG. It was a long ride back. One thing that was unexpected was the number of bikers driving that mosh pit of a road. We encountered several who were completely covered in mud. One poor fella had gotten too far onto the soft shoulder and wiped out. Two truckers had stopped to offer aide. I will ...

      Not Again!

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 03, 2014

      22 photos

      Again - rain overnight has us concerned for the road conditions, now on the return to Fairbanks. The first 80 miles the road was not bad and we made good time, now with several 100 miles of dirt experience, our confidence is high. As soon as we got comfortable, the rain starts again, hard at times, but constant. The mud gets deeper, the road gets slippery, so we spin and swerve in our lane. The truck traffic heavy, mud spray thick. We hit the construction and in ...

      Who's idea was this?

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 01, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      We plan on four days to cover the thousand-mile round trip. Day 1 doesn't start off so well. We pack the bikes under the overhang of the hotel, to avoid to pouring rain. A gentleman approaches, to talk bikes. He says he has seen our type of bikes down in the Baja. Walt replies "Yeah, it was probably us." We find he is a homeowner near San Felipe, and knows our neighbors at Punta Bufeo. Another small world ...

      Arguably The Most Dangerous Road In The World!!

      A travel blog entry by guyhjalmar on Jun 21, 2013

      10 photos

      ... every possible opportunity on this Highway) and forewent the café burger and opted for the healthy option we prepared ourselves of soft roll with Philly cheese and crisps - yum!
      We made it to Coldfoot eight hours after leaving Fairbanks pretty exhausted but chuffed to make it halfway. Coldfoot Camp turned out to be much better than expected and we were both well fed and watered before heading off for a reasonable night's sleep, considering where we ...

      A village even smaller than Pirton!

      A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel on Jun 13, 2013

      12 photos

      Wiseman, near Coldfoot, Alaska.

      This is a real village: population 13. The sun sets in
      mid-November and rises again at the end of January, winter temperature -40˚. 'Spring
      was late this year – the rivers didn't start to flow until 23rd May’
      (Wiseman resident, 13.06.13)