Trail Lake Lodge

Address: Mile 29.5 Seward Hwy, Moose Pass, Alaska, 99631, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mile 29.5 Seward Hwy, Moose Pass, is near Seward Highway, Iditasport Impossible, and Frederick Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Moose Pass

    Finding Orca

    A travel blog entry by kathrynsansom on May 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... last one on the trip ( possibly). We sailed to an island for a very early dinner (salmon, I won't be eating much of that for a while). Afterwards we walked along the beach where the pebbles are very flat and where a skimming championship is held each year, Geoff managed 5! Back to the hotel to pack for our bus drive to Anchorage ...

    Going Backcountry in the Kenai Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 11, 2014

    8 photos

    Today, we are rafting down the Kenai river to a boat in only back country lodge for a few days. We are disappointed to find that we are not paddling, but are just passengers on the rafts. We might not be experts but it would have been good to pick up a paddle. Still the scenery is gorgeous and with our wet weather gear, we keep nice and dry. There are a couple of rapids and Ethan lies on the bow to get maximum ...

    Turnagain and the Boar Tide

    A travel blog entry by gemberling on Jul 25, 2014

    2 photos

    Left Talkeetna early and arrived in Wasilla by 9:30. Did laundry and went to Sportsman's Warehouse and bought some gear for salmon fishing. Found Lightner’s and drove through Anchorage and onto the Kenai Peninsula to Portage Creek RV Park. Set up camp and then went ...

    Buses...Trains....and Ships

    A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... little town and in the late 60's and early 70's there was an influx of hippies into the area that didn't set well with the towns people. They even went so far as to put signs up in the fronts of their businesses for the hippies to use the back or side entrance, most of which didn't have a side or back entrances. A left handed way of saying, we don't want you here. But the hippies persevered and over time the towns people accepted them and that's where the ...

    Chicken Run

    A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Jul 13, 2014

    1 comment, 65 photos

    ... for two nights on the site of the Old Town.
    On Good Friday 1964, a 9.2 magnitude earthquake, the most powerful ever in American history and the ensuing tidal wave, destroyed Valdez, with the loss of 31 lives. The town has now been rebuilt and is a busy and important town, a terminus and port for the 800 mile long Alaska Oil Pipeline, and the old town site has been left with a memorial to those who ...