Healy Heights Family Cabins

Address: Healy, Alaska, 99743, United States | Campground
 
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      Travel Blogs from Healy

      THE TRAIN TRIP TO DENALI NATIONAL PARK

      A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 06, 2014

      3 comments, 55 photos

      ... bigger than I expected (although I should have known he would have needed lots of room). Inside was at least 50 Christmas trees decorated in everything you could think of. Santa's chair was there and his very own postbox with the North Pole postmark. I posted a few home to some special kiddies. We spent about 2 hours looking around and choosing some presents. On our way out we noticed some reindeers over in the other side if the car park so I went and introduced myself.

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      Denali National Park

      A travel blog entry by 50statestravel on Jul 04, 2014

      21 photos

      Today we said good bye to Talkeetna after breakfast and got back on our bus for the drive to Denali National Part. It's our last day with our driver Jeff. We stopped at 229 Parks restaurant and picked up our gourmet box lunch. Once we got to The park we were able to eat before boarding the bus to Kantiahna Roadhouse. The roadhouse lodge is our last ...

      Huskies In The National Park

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 24, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... to half a tonne through the snow, so they are very strong. When working the dogs, the rangers lift them by the collar and walk them about on their hind legs, otherwise they are too strong for the rangers to handle.

      There seemed to be about 25 dogs in the program, and as they work for about 10 years, they only breed one litter a year, ensuring it's genetic diversity. The dogs themselves look quite like dingoes, with long legs ...

      95 Miles of Denali National Park and Preserve

      A travel blog entry by milady.r on Aug 17, 2013

      8 photos

      ... 3% of the park's bears!
      Cotton grass - white flowers
      White throated agrees
      Common Loon
      Squirrels
      Birds NOS
      Alder
      Parnassus grass
      Poplar tree
      dogwood berries
      Lingonberries
      Red currant
      Blueberries
      Wild rhubarb
      Horsetail
      Fungi galore -- Kei hope you'd like to identify pics of them with me!
      Moss
      Monkshood - purple flowers
      White Spruce Trees
      Black Apruce Trees
      Long tail Yeager ...

      Dots on a Ridge

      A travel blog entry by jayfrog on Jun 20, 2013

      11 photos

      ... ground, make yourself look BIG, make noise, if that doesn't work, be submisive, play dead, since if you run they will assume you are prey. Thankfully we didn't have to test the latter theory. So. it looks like we ticked most of the animal high value target list. No wolf or porcupines so far, but the mosquitoes filled in any boredom on the walks.
      Once again, lovely high calorie dinner with two other aussie couples. Can sleep in since late bag pickup, and departure tommorrow.
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