Denali Bluffs Hotel
Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
Today as planned I went on a 13-hour round-trip into the heart of Denali National Park and Wilderness Preserve. No cars allowed into the park, so it was a ride on a typical American "school bus" – not as uncomfortable as it sounds. We set off at 6.30 a.m. and drove off along the single Park Road, initially through thick tree cover until …
After a final lunch at the Wildflower Restaurant, Talkeetna, I set off to drive the 150 miles up the Parks Highway to Denali National Park, where tomorrow I travel all day into the park, to Kantishna and back, in search of wildlife and stunning views.
The drive up was 130 miles of trees (SO many trees !) then 20 miles of stunning …
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... We arrived at the McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge around 5 p.m. and walked to the lodge for dinner after we finally received our luggage. More double beds in the room but at this point, we gave up trying to get them to change it. It was raining, and continued to rain most of the night. We did catch a glimpse of the lower part of the mountain for a brief period, and as it turned out, that was the best we were going to get.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking