Bethel Outdoor Adventure

Address: 121 Mayville Road, Bethel, Alaska, 4217, United States | Hostel
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This hostel is located on 121 Mayville Road, Bethel.
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Travel Blogs from Bethel

New adventures!

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Oct 02, 2014

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... go to he grocery store yet though. I shipped a large box of food before I left Seward. I tried salmon burgers! Jake made some and they are really good! I'm learning to like fish! Yay! I have met two awesome families that I will be nannying for. Both are super sweet and friendly! And both families have large dogs! I would own a puppy in an instant if I could but it helps that I get to spend all day with some. I will upload pics of Bethel when I get e chance to take some. Until then... ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Sep 04, 2014

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... behind this is. After about 20 minutes of this man driving me around town, he told me the tour had finished and I had seen roughly everything there was to do in town. He dropped off at one of the two grocery stores in town. I had roughly five hours until my next flight took off. I walked to the visitor's center, which had some interesting displays despite how small it was. I liked the Arctic Fox and Moose displays, which are native to the area here. ...

The other side of Alaska

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Aug 26, 2014

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... hovercraft! In the winter the river freezes and people use it as a highway to go between villages. That night we ordered chinese take-out (one of the very few restaurants in town) and watched Howls Moving Castle! On Sunday morning we considered going 4-wheeling but we woke up to rain and I did not bring the proper rain gear so we chose not to go out. That afternoon we took a walk around the town. Since it is very wet and marshy there are boardwalks everywhere ...

Start of the long journey back

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck on Aug 01, 2008

We took a little Piper Cub from the Quinhagak airport to the Bethel airport to catch a flight to Anchorage. We were booked on an 8pm flight, but got to the airport with enough time to catch the 2:30pm flight. I had to do some sweet-talking with the check-in agent, but she finally put dad and me on standby for the flight. (They don't like to switch your tickets when you book ...

The week in review

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck on Aug 01, 2008

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... through camp a couple of nights. The guides woke up for them but the rest of us were too tired to notice. A bear breathing sounds a lot like Dad's snoring, and I slept through that. I do have to say I was extremely surprised by the level of food that we had on this trip. Lunches were ham, turkey, or PBJ sandwiches with dried fruit and cookies, but dinners were full-on affairs. Prime Rib one night, Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo the next, Surf & Turf ...