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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
... feet from two grizzlies who were busy munching on berries. I asked Chuck about the growing town outside the park entrance, with many restaurants, shops, and a new, expensive lodge complex. "We call that Glitter Gulch", he said.
The round trip through the park to Wonder Lake took about 11 hours. At the end we were exhilarated but exhausted. We returned to Glitter Gulch for gift shopping and pizza dinner before heading back to Healy for the night.
The state flower of Alaska is the Forget-me-not. I have been in Alaska for two summers now, and I have traveled from Barrow to Homer without seeing any Forget-me-nots. Fireweed on the other hand is prolific everywhere. Well, not in Barrow…but pretty much everywhere else around the state. So I think that Fireweed should be the state flower – or perhaps the ...
... were they ever dirty.
On the way back to camp there is a grizzly bear by the side of the road. When the bear gets tired of the click, click, click of the cameras he is off into the bush. Kym and Luke are both happy to have seen a bear in the wild, and close up. Thankfully, it was in the safety of the truck.
The four of them leave me alone to go into the employee’s dining room for supper, as tonight is the ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsDenali Riverside RV Park Denali National Park and Preserve
Good serv ice and good park
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