Denali Bluffs Hotel
Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
... maybe the driver was that good and maybe we were all so overwhelmed with what we were seeing that it overcame everything else. we saw majestic mountains in more colors than i could have believed mountains came in - they call one of the ranges the polychromatic mountains because of all teh colors they came in. we saw rivers rushing everyplace - 2 kinds- glacier fed rivers and spring fed rivers, they call the rivers braided rivers becaue ...
unlike their coastal counterparts, Denali's Grizzlies are comparatively smaller, due to the absence of salmon in their diet
only thing better than seeing ...
... to Mt McK. We had a rare clear day and were able to take pics of the mountain from 150-120-40 miles away.
FUN FACTS FOR GKIDDOS
It takes 21 days to climb Mt Mck
only 50% make it to the top
We'll let the pios speak for themselves.
... and glaciers. The Alaskan Wildlife Conservation Park, where rescued animals are rehabilitated and released. This is a privately funded conservation park. We saw bison, deer, musk ox, moose, brown and black bear, bald eagle, owl, lynx, elk and porcupine. Really enjoyable to get up and close to these huge beasts. Anchorage the city of lights and flowers an hour or so drive from Whittier, we pretty much hug the coastline all the way and had at least 10 sightings ...
... at place in Willow. My tourist brochure says that this is the start of the Iditerod.... So now I am really confused... Seward boasts about being the start.....will have to google this and find out where it actually starts.... Have realized that most of Alaskan tourist things only happen between May and September, so things are very expensive, probably so that they make their annual income in just a few months. Think that a place like Talkeetna just closes ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking