Manley Roadhouse

Address: 1 Main Street, Manley Hot Springs, Alaska, 99756, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Main Street, Manley Hot Springs.
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      Year End in North Pole

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Dec 31, 2014

      ... to come here and see the northern lights. Fairbanks apparently has the second best place in the world to view the lights. I think the best place was like Iceland, but not positive. I arrived with 1 hour of daylight to spare. The total hours of daylight at this time of year is approximately 4 hours. I arrived about 7 hours before Claire and drove around town, but there is not a whole lot special about the actual town of ...

      Why Alaskans Are More Bad**s Than the Rest of Us

      A travel blog entry by familymojo on Sep 14, 2014

      ... on the infamous Dalton Highway. For some background, Dalton Highway is notoriously bad. Rental companies do not allow their vehicles on it. There's no cell phone service, so it's strongly recommended that you bring a CB radio, multiple spare tires and parts. It's mostly gravel and known for "crater-like" potholes due to frost heaves. Moose and bears regularly step out and total cars. There are 12% grades ...

      Fly to Redoubt Bay for bear viewing

      A travel blog entry by alandliz on Sep 08, 2014

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      So you know that Regal Air had cancelled our trip to Silver Salmon Creek and Tracy found us another carrier (Rusts) to Redoubt Bay. Well at 7:45we get a call that our ride to the airport is waiting so down we went only to be gobsmacked that it was Regal Air!! They said that they were going to take us to another destination... We obviously said that was impossible as ...

      Denali National Park

      A travel blog entry by bgiarelli on Jun 24, 2008

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      Yesterday we took the National Park tour of Denali. It was a 9 hour tour on an old school bus. We were told prior to the trip to bring food and drink because none of it would be available along the way. They are trying to keep this National Park as pristine as possible. The views and wildlife were stunning. Not even a mile into the park, we saw a Moose and her baby that were about 4 feet from our ...

      Anchorage to Manley Hot Springs

      A travel blog entry by fitzpatl on Jun 17, 2008

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      We were ready for the first real leg, but first we had to re-weigh all the gear and lighten where we could. We really wanted at least 60 gallons on board. The Signature staff were very pleasant helping us unload all the gear and weigh it a piece at a time. I am quite sure they thought we were throwing a wilderness bbq when they saw our table-top sized cookstove and month's supply of propane. ...