McKinley View B&B

Mile 113.6 Parks Highway, Trapper Creek, Alaska, 99683, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $80.00

Travel Blogs from Trapper Creek

Trip to Talkeetna & flightseeing

A travel blog entry by mazb10


... dressing for the ice yet off the mountains the day was lovely & sunny. I rang Maheys to see if anyone had cancelled, they had so the lady told me to get there as quickly as I could. A man was waiting to take me to the boat once I’d paid for the trip, everyone else was waiting at the boat to board. There were 2 boats loading up with 14 people on each, I got on the latter one & sat outside at the back so that I could take photos easily as we went along. Although the ...

Whirlwind Alaskan Summer

A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem


... and narrows, and suddenly that mellow, meandering water started flowing much more. Josh paddled like crazy, but we barely moved backwards. So we floated back down to the slough, fishing along the way. We only caught 2 salmon, but it was a fun day. We would have caught 3, except for my ignorance. We also bought a net with us. Josh began instructing me on how to use it, and I glared at him and said, "It's a net. Do I look stupid? I know how to use a ******* net!" Well, Josh hooked a ...

Trapper Creek

A travel blog entry by rider1

Pulled into Trapper Creek, cold and wet. The cloud cover was so low that visibility was approx 3/4 mile. Never saw anything of Danali Park nor even got a peek of Mount McKinley. Guess we'll leave that for the next trip. Decided to Motel it and dry out. Got a great room and settled in. ...

First Day on the Road

A travel blog entry by boysplus


... motor home on the lot without difficulty hauled in our luggage and went to bed. After spending the night in our temporary home we were finally ready to take off on our adventure. We didn't sleep very well, probably due to being over tired and the fact that it never gets dark here this time of year. We went to breakfast at the Peanut Farm, a local icon although I'm not quite sure why. The reindeer sausage was really good, however. We ...

On Track for Mt.McKinley

A travel blog entry by elandaa


... everywhere we have been since the computers and phones automatically find that same network! Wi-fi update – tick.

We took the bus to Denali train depot which is at the entrance to the national park. We were there very early, and when the train did come, it took a long time for passengers to alight and board. In fact it was at the station for an hour.

The railroad is 100% state government owned and operated under the name Alaska ...

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