Denali Backcountry Lodge
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We had a morning to kill before the bus ride to the Denali Backcountry Lodge, so we took the shuttle up to the Denali Park Visitor Centre and learned a bit more about the flora and fauna and the history of the gold rush. I particularly liked the recipe for blueberry pie made famous by one of the early pioneers, Fanny Quigley. First, catch, your …
I slept badly, conscious of a horribly early 5am wake up call to board the 6am bus back to the park entrance. The same old dilapidated school bus that had trundled all the way into the wilderness turned up - a bit late - to trundle us back to civilisation. It was cold and I was tired from a restless night. Even a good hot breakfast was not enough …
we just spent an hour trying to put pictures in and I don't even know if the pictures went in- i hope so,
every day i think this is the best- it can't get better and so far every day has been better than the last, I am running out of superlatives to describe our experiences. we spent 8 hours today ridingn a bus up high mountains on gravel roads, with lots of steep turns- I never felt sick for a second and neither did anyone else on the ...
unlike Moose, both Caribou sexes have antlers
ahhh..just can't get enough of my moosies :)
Today was a travel day from Joanne's in Anchorage to Denali National Park. It was a leisurely eight hour day. We made a brief stop at the Iditerod Headquarters in Wasilla and then on to Denali. We also stopped at Talkitna which is the jumping off stop ...
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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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