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

In search of a waterfall!

A travel blog entry by majorme on Jul 18, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... No waterfall today, but it was good exercise and a fun walk.

After resting a bit and the weather being the way it is, we decide to break camp and head for the other BLM campground at 60 Mile point where we stayed on the way up here. It is about 120 miles south and we should be able to get there in about 3 hours. We stop for gas at Coldfoot and hit the road south around 1:30. We encounter rain off and on and ...

Visit to a historic gold mining town.

A travel blog entry by majorme on Jul 17, 2015

23 photos

... Especially in the winter! A souvenir thermometer for sale back at Coldfoot has an inscription stating that in 2008, it registered -82 degrees, do thermometers go that low?

We find the first of two geochaches at the post office. It is cleverly hidden in the overhang of the building. The old post office was closed in the 50’s and was not open to tour. The other cache is at the sign we passed coming in. We will get it on the way ...

Heading for the North Slope and the Arctic Ocean

A travel blog entry by majorme on Jul 14, 2015

5 comments, 19 photos

... 5.49/Gal.! We have more than a half tank but we fill up for about $140. On to the closer BLM campground which is dry camping but no cost at this one at least. Still 120 miles to Coldfoot but I have had enough. We arrive around 4PM and level out and prepare for the night.

We will eat at the restaurant, which they say is famous for their burgers and BBQ. It is a different sort of place, you order through a window ...

Try and keep that bike upright!

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Jun 20, 2015

1 comment

... leading we need to ride as a group due to the possible difficult road conditions. It turns out that the 200 miles was a mix of good Road surface, loose gravel and worst of all hard packed clay. The clay was fine until it got wet and we had a couple of heavy showers. The road turned into a skating rink g for about two separate 5 mile stretches. Two riders came off and another rider on a Harley dropped his bike. No injuries ...

The Arctic Circle

A travel blog entry by donandtommye on Jun 13, 2015

32 photos

... We had a new 24 passenger van with only 8 people, so we had a comfortable trip. We probably averaged 45 mph on the road. The road is gravel and very rough. The book we use as a detailed travel guide does not recommend driving this road and if you do, you should carry two mounted spare tires. Fuel and food are available only at a couple isolated stops. Some people use the road as a challenge and drive to Prudhoe ...

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