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

    Cosmo Response to Judy

    A travel blog entry by donandtommye on Jun 27, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... of the tide at the Beluga Point viewing place – and we did not see the tide come in and we did not see any whales – we did get cold and wet. We may have another opportunity in a few days when we go in the RV over the same route on our way to Homer.

    A couple things have bothered me on this trip:

    1. I saw some photos of dogs (they said I could not go on the ...

    The awesomness of Whittier

    A travel blog entry by takethisandrun on Jun 21, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... the animals. Before we headed back, the crew scooped up some of the glacier pieces that had fallen into the water to make cocktails with. So we had glacier margaritas! The crew was extremely accommodating and considerate. The service so far in all of Alaska, has been really good (minus some irritation with Budget car rental).

    Whittier, it turns out, was a town developed during WWII but then was largely abandoned once the WWII came to an end. ...

    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 ...

    Leaving Alaska

    A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Aug 02, 2014

    39 photos

    ... butcher it. They need large freezers for that and also all the salmon they catch to see them through winter.

    Yes, Alaska is still the ‘Last Frontier’ in many ways.

    The other side of all the hunting, fishing etc. can be seen at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre. This is where injured animals are brought and cared ...


    A travel blog entry by jennyusa on Jul 14, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... and 15 mins for vehicles in one direction before swapping to other direction. So only 15 mins per hour to get through. Full buses get priority, fortunately. Our embarkation was fairly smooth, and we were looking around the ship by 5.30. The scenery at the port was beautiful, and we were blessed with unusually sunny weather for this area, apparently. The ship left port at 9pm. We were able to enjoy the scenery until bed time, due to the long summer ...