Portage Cove Campground

Portage, Whittier, Alaska, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Whittier

Cruising Hubbard Glacier

A travel blog entry by tophouse

5

... only ones to want to dress up! We'll actually, we would have be happy not to dress up, but didn't feel like smorgasbord, and that was the other option! And I must say, loving seeing my gorgeous husband in a shirt and suit! Really looking forward to tomorrow as we are doing an amazing shore excursion train trip through to the Klondike Summit on the Whitehorse Pass, right up into the Yukon! ...

Train/road tunnel

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke

29

... sanctuary for orphaned or wounded animals that are helped and restored to the wild. They are currently relocating a lot of wood bison. It was starting to rain and we turned toward Portage Glacier and Whittier. Portage can not be seen from the road any longer it is receding heavily. We went on through the Anderson tunnel (2.5 miles) that serves the railroad and truck traffic. One lane ...

Cruising Vancouver to Whittier on Coral Princess

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

115

... a room full of hundreds of people, made worse by the fact there was another large cruise ship, as well as ours, being processed. We were told we would be well looked after, as we would be sitting until we were called forward in an orderly manner. This was true, as we only had to stand for about ten minutes once we were called into the immigration area which was now empty of US and Canadian passengers. Have no idea why they couldn’t allot more windows for the non ...

Leaving Alaska

A travel blog entry by anni.porter

12

... there was a fair bit of movement but certainly nothing that kept me from going to sleep. During the night though I felt her dip and lurch a fair bit and this morning as I’m writing this – it’s a wild old day out there – the captain’s log on TV tells us there’s 2.5 to 4m seas with the condition described as rough. But sitting up in bed here in my cosy cabin looking out – I’m really very ...

After Rain comes a Rainbow

A travel blog entry by fairfamily

87

... it was raining.....

We boarded the ferry and took our seats. Almost immediately the rain stopped and the beauty of Prince William Sound became apparent. During our 6 hour ferry ride we saw sea otters, sea lions, orca porpoise and bald eagles (sadly no real orca whales). We also saw lots of fishing boats, some doing net fishing. Mostly is was mountains, glaciers and breathtaking scenery.
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This campground, located on Portage, Whittier, is near Prince William Sound Glacier Cruises, Sound Eco Adventures, Unga Island, and Begich Towers Incorporated.
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