Denali Bluffs Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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 …
... all good however a memory is a memory. The second day was scheduled for hiking, we did a morning warm up hike around Horse Shoe Lake was very pretty, nice variety, ups and then downs, then we had hit the big one. Meadow View hike was listed at strenuous, left from our campground and headed up. Dani Christy and Cody were leading and at some point they must have had a conversation because the girls started skipping up the mountain side, (Kimmie and I called them a view choice ...
... and animals. We have driven a lot of dirt roads, seen a lot of wilderness and animals, so we could not bring ourselves to sit eight hours on a bus full of people to go 70 miles into the park. We drove the 15 miles that is open to private vehicles and went to the visitor center and went to the sled dog facility.
Parts of Denali are rated as wilderness area and even the ...
This morning had a local join us on the bus and tell us about his life in the bush as we drove to his grandmother's homestead. She and her husband selected there in 1961 and built a house and grew food which gave them title after 24 months. The young fellow has his house 3 miles off the road, so he has to walk that carrying any supplies and barefoot. He ...
... And since we are here at the summer solstice, Saturday and Sunday will be the longest days of the year (if we drove a few more hours north to the Arctic Circle, we could stay up all night and the sun would only bounce off the horizon before rising again). We've seen so much so far, that whatever the next couple days hold will just be icing on the cake. Even if it rains the next three days, the trip will be a spectacular ...