Timberline Drive BnB

923 Timberline Drive, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Girdwood

Thursday, Sept 5th

A travel blog entry by joankaichen


... areas of Alaska. Fascinating to see the ingenious ways these clever peoples lived. After a Subway lunch and a trip to Target for supplies we drove north to Thunderbird Falls located at Eklutna Lake. We hiked a 2 mile trail up and down a beautiful wooded area ending at the Falls. Spectacular scenery. Dinner later at the 5-Chair restaurant in Girdwood. Good food and amazing view of mountains and glaciers. Home and very ...

Winding to Whitter...starting our first cruise!!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... is another 2 by 2 type of town( Blink and you will have missed it). The tunnel is a one way tunnel which allows cars and trains to cut through the mountain, creating a direct path between Seward and Whittier. Due to our early departure from Seward we fortunately avoided any road works allowing us a smooth and quick trip to Whittier. In fact we arrived just before 8am...well before our expected time. This would not normally have been a problem except that there ...

Another good Turn

A travel blog entry by elboroom


Seems like every day we see something new and incredible. We're having a blast sharing these moments with each other. Left Trapper Creek area and soon saw a sign reminding drivers to drive safely, in memory of Tim Boyce. Tim was a great guy from the Geneva area that died in a MC crash up here. We stopped and tried some fly fishing for dollies/grayling but it seemed fished out right by the hwy. Made our way through Willow and ...

Alaska Conservation Center

A travel blog entry by vacationbum


Alaska conservation center is one of the largest animal shelter in America.
It mimics the landscape of the animal's habitat.

The brown bears' have 18 acres of land to themselves. The bears (Patron and Joe Boxer) we orphaned at birth. Because of their lack of training from their mother, they are considered domesticated. Therefore, these bears are not allowed to go back in the wild.

From Mountains to the Sea

A travel blog entry by elandaa



Mt McKinley to Whittier/Night 1 of Cruise

Today it was an early rise (before 8am… that seems early enough) after the best night sleep so far. A lovely bed, not too hot and maybe we are starting to get the hang of the timezone. We left Mt. McKinley at 8am for a long bus trip down to Whittier where we would join our cruise. It is interesting that all the Princess bus drivers tell their story of how they came to be working with the ...

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