Juhl House

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

Day 10: Denali National Park day 3

A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jun 06, 2015

... Let me explain a little about how everything works here. You cannot just drive around the park like most parks. At Denali they have a bus system you have to purchase ticket to. There are regular green camp buses that will take you wherever they stop in the park, which is pretty often, these are the cheapest tickets. The bus drivers are knowledgable about the park and will stop to let you take photos. If you ...


A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 06, 2014

3 comments, 55 photos

... on the road Miss GPS got us lost before I realised that her names of streets and the actual names of streets were different. We changed direction a few times before getting back on the highway and heading north again, this time to Chena Hot Springs. Miss GPS said it was 25 miles .... It was 56 !!! But an interesting drive it was. We noticed lots of camping areas and RV hiding spots on long the way.
Once at the Hot springs we found a lovely restaurant and had a delicious meal ...

Husky Homestead

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jul 17, 2014

20 photos

... named by Jeff's daughters and always theme based - like Ringling, Barnum and Bailey; there was Nikon, Canon and Pentax, or Radar, Trapper and Klinger. The staff showed us around the kennels, and explained how the dogs were cared for, trained - during summer months and race season. Every dog goes out for a run every day, whether training with young dogs, or seasoned race teams. We then went inside and met ...

Incredibly Beautiful Day!

A travel blog entry by okathryn44 on Jun 28, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... Gavin...long train ride, but fun now at hotel in Denali. Jack and I are enjoying this special time with the grandchildren and I know they will remember it for a long time to come. They are so well behaved and polite. They get the giggles sometimes and we have to tell them to calm down. They are a joy to be with! Might have to think about where our next adventure will take ...

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 ...