Juhl House

Coal Street, Healy, Alaska, 99743, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Healy

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 ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1 on Jun 20, 2014

10 photos

Today we were able to sleep in. Wake up was at 8:00am and breakfast was at 9:00am. I told all the students the correct time but I went to my first room at 7:45 to get the kids to breakfast. Luckily it was Raenna and Marley. They were asleep and I said come on it's time for breakfast. The girls informed me that their alarms were set for 8:00. I made a mistake. They laughed at me and said I must be really hungry.. I told them I had been up ...

Drive to Denali National Park

A travel blog entry by kenjackie78 on Jun 20, 2014

1 photo

... peaks were in clouds. We stayed a while taking pictures and had lunch, then noticed that one of the 14,000 foot peaks was starting to clear. To make a 3 hour story short, Mt McKinley finally cleared and we got to see the whole mountain from a few different angles over the next few hours. Biggest chunk of rock I've ever seen! From where we were standing at about 800 ft above sea level, we were looking at the 20,320 foot peak ...

Into the wild

A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 19, 2013

12 photos

... heads. Keep talking while you back out. Moose: RUN, in a zigzag pattern. They're awkward and slow and probably can't keep up with you. Wolves: Treat them like a dog. Stomp your foot, stare them down, and "Bad Dog" them. I'll sure try to remember not to moose a bear while howling like a wolf. The road through Denali is steep, curving, often narrow, with no guardrails or signage since only official park drivers can access it. The drive in was a pleasure since we were ...

The mountains are calling and I must go

A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Aug 16, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... He didn't seem to mind sharing his territory with us. I've uploaded some pictures and a couple of videos as I'm not sure I could adequately describe the hike. The trail took us from rocks, to tundra, to alpine wild flowers back to pine and spruce all in a matter of 4 miles trail called Savage Alpine Trail. Tomorrow back on the road to Anchorage and ...