Healy Heights Family Cabins
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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... the hot springs. It was even more beautiful at night, still lots of people in there. It was almost dark & you could see the thick steam rising off the water, amazing. From the change rooms out to the ramp where you walk into the spring there is a covered walkway which has heaters all along it so you don't get cold going in or out. Your body stays warm for ages after you get out. In the water we met a family from ...
... the run. Once they are hooked up they mush around the the small dirt track and stop right in front of us.
These dogs, Alaskan Huskies, typically haul loads over 1,000 lbs and sometimes up hills. They average about 3,000 miles a winter and stay out in the tundra for as long as several weeks at a time. Sled dogs help maintain trails, patrol, help with debris removal, and scientific research assistance. Historically, when sled dogs were first used in the early 1900's they ...
... amp; an early start meant the cloud cleared & Denali or Mt McKinley appeared - the tallest mountain in Nth America. We saw Dall Sheep, bears with cubs, caribou & fabulous rocks. This landscape isn't exactly what I expected as it's on the west side of the Alaskan Range & gets very little rainfall - just more than being classed as a desert - not what you'd think of this far ...
... Eagle at 9 o'clock" and everyone would look out the left hand window. We saw lots of eagles .... Just beautiful. One siting was an Osprey hovering over her nest while 2 eagles ducked and dipped around her. There were a mother and baby moose on the right side (at 2.30) but I missed them in my effort to get my camera! We also saw huge beaver lodges in many of the rivers we crossed.
Abby the bar tender took great care of us. She was also a delightful girl. She made sure ...
... Alaska. Our driver was Kirsty and she was very knowledgable about all the wildlife, plants and history of the park. Toward the end of the drive her soft voice was lulling us to sleep. We saw; Willow Prarmigin. Dall sheep, grizzly bear, caribou, and moose on our drive out to the lodge. It took seven hours to get to the lodge. It was a long and dusty ...