Stampede Lodge

Address: Mile 248.8, George Parks Highway, Box 380, Coldfoot, Alaska, 99701, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Mile 248.8, George Parks Highway, Box 380, Coldfoot.
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Travel Blogs from Coldfoot

Day 9: Wiseman, AK to Wiseman, AK

A travel blog entry by kimmycat on May 27, 2015

10 photos

... no problemo and to the end of the Brooks Mountain Range (and Gates of the Arctic National Park, if you're counting). From there on out it was a few smallish hills followed by miles and miles of tundra-y nothingness. It stands to reason that once you've seen a few miles of tundra, you've seen it all, not to mention if, say, hypothetically, you had to go to the bathroom, there's not even a bush or shrub for your convenience . Nothing. All the world (or possibly just one ...

The Dalton Highway

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 20, 2014

6 photos

... to Fairbanks.

Ummm...what do you mean the plane can't come get us?...cancelled?...but how we will get back?...shuttle?..4 tires on the road type shuttle? OMG. It was a long ride back. One thing that was unexpected was the number of bikers driving that mosh pit of a road. We encountered several who were completely covered in mud. One poor fella had gotten too far onto the soft shoulder and wiped out. Two truckers had stopped to offer aide. I will ...

Not Again!

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 03, 2014

22 photos

... me late, and in his direct path, and slams on his front brake. I'm unable to stop, swerve as far as I can to the left, and prepare for the wreck. Thinking my right leg is going to be crushed, I lift it high above the gas tank as I swerve: but Lee's quick action buys me time for my front end to sneak by. My right saddle bag contacts Lee's front tire in a grazing fashion - my bike swerves, now to the right, due to the impact, trying to recover, I steer right, then ...

Who's idea was this?

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... at the entrance of the door to the camp seems to mock us, as we are caked in mud from head to toe. Hot coffee and a good burger revive us. We gas up, trying to prevent rain from entering the gas tanks, including the rain rolling off of our helmets as we gas up.

We motor through more mud and rain but it clears slightly as we enter Coldfoot for gas and a few beers. A young New Zealander enters the ...

Arctic Circle Tour - Bev & Nay

A travel blog entry by fifthnote on Aug 20, 2013

Nay and I flew on a "Piper" (very small plane) from the Fairbanks airport, over the mountains to the Coldfoot, AK airport 60 miles above the Arctic Circle. Wow, what a very cool trip. We saw the Alaska pipeline and several pump stations along the way, from about 9,300 feet and through the clouds. We saw a native village and acres and acres and acres of wilderness. And yes, that native village was smack in the middle. They call ...

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