Denali Bluffs Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Denali Bluffs Hotel Denali National Park and Preserve
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... Came back via the old mining road. 2 miles down the sloped winding road.
While we were gone Daisy got into a fight with a nearby dog. One of the pilots is married to Vet, so they sent pictures ...
Left the Wilderness Hotel early to make the 2 hour drive to Denali National Park. Needed to make the 11 am bus for the 5 hour trip to Kantishna. This is a 100 mile trip and we were told by a State Trooper that there was gas 20 miles north. Next gas station after that was 70 miles away. Turns out the closer station ...
... road is so narrow and looking out of the bus the road is invisible, as if we are suspended in air weaving around the switchbacks. At Toklat River we stop for another bathroom break. Two Dall sheep, little white dots high above are perched on the red spire of a mountain. There is a Ranger Station here. Outside they have on display caribou and moose antlers. We pick up the large spindly caribou antlers and are surprised at how heavy they are. The moose antlers are even ...
... After learning about the crops, the students played dodgeball. It was very interesting to learn that after WWII Alaska sought volunteers from Minnesota and Wisconsin to move to Alaska and start family farms. After our game, it was time to say good bye and board our coach again. We continued on our journey to Denali. On our trip we saw another moose standing on railroad tracks. After about an hour, we stopped ...
... lingonberries, and dogwood berries -- the last of which is poisonous but also red like the 2nd and 3rd berry kinds! So, you need to know your berries apart! Saw wild rhubarb growing like weed! He explained why trees are so short -- due to the permafrost starting a few inches below the surface of the ground making it hard for trees to root or find nutrition. Lots of peat moss grows over ground. Oh, and so many varieties of fungi! KF thought about ...