Inn At Tern Lake

Address: Mile 36 Seward Highway, Moose Pass, Alaska, 99631, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on Mile 36 Seward Highway, Moose Pass.
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      Travel Blogs from Moose Pass

      Miserable Glacial Splendour!

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 10, 2014

      21 photos

      ... he would win a trivia game if all the questions were about Anchorage,as his mind was full of it.

      We had a pit stop at Girdwood,which is the ski field for Anchorage and has the longest black run in the U.S. It is quite funny as they are really big on the longest, shortest, fastest etc.In Alaska we went through the longest tunnel in North America to one of the weirdest towns in North America.

      Wittier was established as a deep sea port by the ...


      A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 05, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... the ship. SPECTACULAR !!!

      We sailed right to the end of the bay to Harvard Glacier ..... I swear I thought the ship was going to bump into the glacier. This glacier was 2 miles wide .... Not quite as high as Margerie but because of the calmness of the water and the lack of icebergs we could get so close.

      There were otters floating on their backs and a seal on an iceberg but they seemed to like the port side of the boat and we didn't see them.

      Again ...

      Going Backcountry in the Kenai Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 11, 2014

      8 photos

      ... a few eagles and some salmon trying to jump up river. The lodge is much more comfortable than expected. Yes there are communal bathrooms and yes there is no electric in the cabins and yes the only lighting is propane lighting which you need a match to light and yes drinks are kept cool by dangling them in the local creek, but despite all this, it seems well maintained and has a really nice atmosphere. None of us are ...


      A travel blog entry by jennyusa on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... to our trip. We stopped at the Wildlife Conservation Centre. Here they manage orphaned and injured animals with the intention of returning them to the wild where possible. We were in time to see Black Bears feeding and Brown bears swimming. There were baby moose, bald eagles and many bison. We were also fortunate to see an iceberg in Portage Lake, that had recently calved from a glacier. Next we had to negotiate the Anton Anderson memorial tunnel. ...

      Chicken Run

      A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment, 65 photos

      ... for the head of the family and ten for each dependant, which can be taken from the beach or in the lower reaches of the river before they deteriorate as they hit fresh water. I'll tell you more about this in the next blog, suffice it to say that this year's open season started on Thursday, July 10, today was Friday 11th, and this was the only road out of Alaska's largest city. We decided to find somewhere ...