Denali Backcountry Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDenali Backcountry Lodge Denali National Park and Preserve
A generally well organised and comfortable lodge in this wilderness location.
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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
... cruise are at least 70, so most of us fit right in. There weren’t too many single people in their late 30s wandering around, but maybe I just wasn’t looking hard enough. I considered entitling this blog "vacationing with hundreds of retired people you don’t know," but I didn’t think that sounds quite as catchy.
After meeting our cruise directors at the airport we were shuttled to our hotel in a motor coach full of retirees; I was feeling a bit ...
... McCandless took.. locals advise it's a long hike in, crossing 2 rivers to get to the bus that he called his wilderness home and where he subsequently died... we stopped at the 49th State Brewing Co. to sample their beer and to visit an exact replica of the bus that was used in the <i>Into The Wild </i>movie.. during our Denali NP stay, we had 4 ...
After a bit of a sleep in to enjoy the luxury of a real bed before I have some more time in the tent I packed up and headed south from Fairbanks towards the Denali National Park. I stopped for a late breakfast at a small town called Nenana which strangely enough sits on the Nenana river. Although the majority of the shops had either closed down or did not appear open, I found an interesting little place that just happened ...
... 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 ...
... we headed back the weather began to clear. And by the time we got back to the starting point the weather had almost cleared. We went home rested and made some spaghetti. The next day we went to the presentation concerning dog sledding. Took a hike to see the bridge the dogs help create. Apparently all the material was carried in by dog sleds. The hike was nice but those Mosquitos were in the hunt. We came back to camp and Jeff and I went on to Healy to find some diesel ...