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Denali National Park

A travel blog entry by kenjackie78


We took an early shuttle bus into Denali today. There is only one road that goes into the park (about 90 miles long) and personal vehicles are not permitted past mile 16, so the bus is the pretty much the only way to get deep into the park. The weather started out overcast as we rode the bus out to Wonder Lake. On the return trip we intended to ...

Rain and Roadworks

A travel blog entry by wcattell


... a nice breakfast. The people of Nenana have made a sport of guessing what date and time the river ice breaks for the season, with large prize money on offer for the lucky guess. There is a large pole in the river which drops and records the time the river ice breaks up. It rained lightly for the whole journey and with the heap of roadworks just prior to Denali (not much fun sitting on motorbike in rain, stopped at ...

Into the wild

A travel blog entry by zingerin


... another is driving to Miami and shipping their van home. They didn't really look like trustafarians, but I overheard one say they try to work a few hours each day selling handicrafts and postcards they make. An adventurous life, if not an extremely comfortable one. Our midpoint is the Eielson Visitor Center, four hours in. Sun's breaking through a bit for our picnic lunch. Talked to a family with two young kids who are on day 7 of a 10-day campout. They've gotten ...


A travel blog entry by wolves99


... point along the road really does not tell you that this is one point where you can see Denali. I almost missed this view point. Actually I passed it but was able to turn in at the south-side entrance. We got out and took a few pictures. Denali was not giving us the best pictures. A cloud just sorta hung there in front of her. Still took pictures but did not realize that some raining weather was following us. We pulled into the RV campsite. This was the closest site ...

Visit to Denali National Park

A travel blog entry by larryrox2


... was actually smoke from the 14 fires burning within the confines of the park. All of the fires were started by lightening strikes as the thunderstorm activity in this part of Alaska has been at some of the most intense the local residents have ever seen. Apparently, the process to address the fires in the park is to let them burn themselves out. We did have some rain close in on us before the day was over so we doubt all of the "haze" was from ...

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