Midnight Sun Log Cabins

Mile 28.9 Seward Hwy, Moose Pass, Alaska, United States | B&B
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Day 15

A travel blog entry by paso2alaska


Leave our campsite and on our way to Tok we see two moose just run across the road in front of us. Get groceries (liquor store not open yet), visit the Visitor's Center and head to Seward. The scenery here is almost the same as the Yukon with the exception of the majestic mountains. We pass Mount Drum, Mount Sanford, Mt. Wrangell and ...

Hope can be so misleading....

A travel blog entry by reme


... out the restaurant is closed in the off season, so we left Hope still hungry and decided to put to the foot down to get to Cooper Landing as fast as possible and eat there.

Thankfully the owner of the B&B was able to recommend a place about 1mile further on down the highway to eat. Great little diner/grill place, massive pasta portions and live music as well, ...

We are truly blessed.

A travel blog entry by ron.todd.14


Today we departed Anchorage for the last time and headed down to Seward. The trip was quite picturesque, but on the standards of what we have seen in the past week, there was nothing too exceptional. Nevis had written a poem for our exceptional tour guide (Tracy) and bus driver (Jon) and as we approached Seward she read it to overwhelming applause from the rest of the tour. In general the poem was made up of all the quirky little sayings that Tracy had. ...

Left, Right, Left Right...

A travel blog entry by spanglerdr


... for our kayaking and hiking adventure. Kayaking is the first leg of our adventure. We're over to the kayak shack to gear up for the day. A lovely ensemble of life jacket and kayak skirts, with oars in hand we are off to the beach for a quick lesson prior to launching. Then off we go.... it's a race to see who can steer straight...(let's just say Kerri didn't get the gold). Five miles and several turns later we approach the remote beach where Caine's Head trail head ...

Fun in Seward!

A travel blog entry by ljandbev


... normally expect to receive. It was a good call with lots of local flavor, which I always enjoy!

A few more shops and it was time to go to the Alaska SeaLife Center. This public aquarium has been open since 1998 and was initially founded with monies from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Our tour was 60 minutes and our guide was an intern from the State University of New York (SUNY) Syracuse. We toured several different areas including ...

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This B&B, located on Mile 28.9 Seward Hwy, Moose Pass, is near Iditasport Impossible and Frederick Sound.
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