Denali Bluffs Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
Our 5:30 AM wake up call came much too early. After 13 hours on a bus the day before this did not see like a good trip at 5:30 the next morning. It turned out to be a highlight of our trip. All nine of the people remaining from our group of 20 on the cruise elected to take the 13 hour bus trip. We figured when were we likely to do this again. Our …
July 24, 2014
I believe I left off last post; we were still in the Riley Campground of Denali National Park. One of the last days there we took a white water rafting trip. There were full gortex suits provided and a brief discussion on safety. Also, we had to sign a waiver, saying we agreed we might die on the trip. Our guide Wayne was one cool dude and one experienced rafter. This trip was a blast. Theresa and I sat in the rear with ...
... the willows right by the road, giving us a great last photo op.
Back at the depot, the lodge took care of our bags from our room to the train and all the way to our destination so we just had to check ourselves in. The train left about 45 minutes later.
It's a beautiful day, but our group was pretty tired on the train. We had lunch on the train, but didn't take near as many pictures as ...
Today was a travel day driving 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 Talketna which is the jumping off stop for climbers to Mt McKinley. We had a ...
... a nice breakfast. The people of Nenana have made a sport of guessing what date and time the river ice breaks for the season, with large prize money on offer for the lucky guess. There is a large pole in the river which drops and records the time the river ice breaks up. It rained lightly for the whole journey and with the heap of roadworks just prior to Denali (not much fun sitting on motorbike in rain, stopped at ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDenali Bluffs Hotel Denali National Park and Preserve
Enjoyed 2 nights here. The hotel is much more rustic than some folks might be used to but it looks typical for the area.. The room was too hot but cooled down after opening the sliding door. Bus was convenient and staff was pleasant. The on sight restaurant food was great but the service was really slow. Our checks got messed up but we were able to get things straightened out.
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