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... it I literally gasped. I only had my cell phone with me so the pics I have aren't great but at least I got a few. I didn't know it would be so breath-taking. Just amazing -the beautiful blue caves in the ice and listening to the ice crack and drip, icebergs that had broken off floating out in the lake around you. Shane hiked out to the glacier while I paddled so we met out there and switched off so we both got ...
... parked at the Hotel Aleyska. We headed up to the sit down restaurant, we ordered salad and pizza all was tasty. There is also a deli coffee bar in the hotel as well as at the top of the tram. We bought tickets for the tram using a by one get one free coupon from the Northern Lights Coupon book. We saved at least $25! The tram came and left quickly. We made it to the top and did a bit of walking. I really did not enjoy ...
... amp;J to split between the three of us. Ryan couldn't join us on our hike, unfortunately, so Tess and I ordered a growler of Snowshoe White and headed up to Flat Top. The trail was very easy at the beginning and offered a gorgeous overlook of downtown Anchorage, more mountains and Cook Inlet. The last part of the hike was virtually a rock scramble, but still categorized as easy. We stopped often to take in the views, a few sips ...
... they are enjoying sharing with me what they love doing all the
time. It’s nice being a passenger. I do keep telling them thanks for the experience.
If I was out here for the first time I would miss so much. I will keep thanking
them for sharing with me. I hope they don’t get tired of hearing it. I’m going
to start planning my next year’s trip before this is over. I’ll Be Back!
Josh, Christopher & Scott
... unstable and continues to cause problems. Beyond the bridge (which is on Parks Hwy), we entered Denali Nat’l Part (6m acres) named after Athabascan word for big one/great one). The park was originally created to preserve the Dal sheep and other wildlife. Its size was increased over the years until larger than state of NH. Originally named after Wm McKinley (who became a presidential candidate). Now called both. Denali Depot is 95 mi from Denali itself. Can’t ...