Denali Mountain Morning Hostel and Cabins
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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
14th May cont.
We got on the road around 10.30 and spent around 5hrs driving up Highway 3 (Parks Highway) to Denali National Park stopping on the way to look at more stunning views of snow capped mountains, half frozen lakes and a giant igloo hotel. We checked into a log cabin hostal and then drove up the road to find a store for some …
The jewel of Alaska's wildlife: a 9,492 square mile National Park and one of the higlights of our trip in North America
Alaska has a short summer. The 3 months that are snow-free fit in Spring, Summer and Autumn. At the beginning of September, we were experiencing all the colours of Autumn. The forests that lined the road were a patchwork …
After something of a recovery day Saturday, I hit the sack early in the knowledge that I had to be up at 4.30am in the morning to catch the 6am shuttle bus into Denali National Park from the entrance. Unfortunately, though much appreciated, the novelty of having a bed soon wore off and the constant daylight meant sleep was in …
Wednesday 16th June
First up, can I just say a belated HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my brother Peter for this day. Hope you had a good day bro and apologies for not being organised with a card this year :-/
After heavy rain waking me a few times in the night I awoke Wednesday to blue skies, although the unzipping of my sleeping bag revealed …
Ive traveled over 50 000km through 43 cities and 14 countries, choosing to leave a visit to Alaska till the very end and finally my dream of venturing out into the Alaskan wilderness is here.
Time to get to Denali National Park, a wild preserve kept in pristine condition since its discovery allowing anyone to enter and experience the …
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Great place! Very convienient.
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