Boreal Lodge

Address: 1 Timberwolf Trail, Coldfoot, Alaska, 99790, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 1 Timberwolf Trail, Coldfoot.
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        Travel Blogs from Coldfoot

        Back to Wiseman

        A travel blog entry by carol230 on Sep 25, 2016

        37 photos

        We woke late today and had breakfast about 8.30am. Jason was trying to find out whether we had a flight to Deadhorse. The airstrip was partly flooded … so no big plane could come in.
        Eventually we were told it would be 12.00. The four of us decided to take a walk around town – we were quickly reminded to take the bear …

        Day 10

        A travel blog entry by keithhillard on Sep 06, 2015

        ... use of it and parked my (Kevin's) bike next to the window, ran an extension cord out and put the heater under the tarp which covered the bike. This worked very well in heating it up for the initial starting of the engine since there was a snowballs chance in Hell of the sun shining here to warm the motor as it did in Coldfoot. If you make a reservation 24 hours in advance you can do an escorted guided tour of Prudhoe Bay where they will take ...

        Day 8

        A travel blog entry by keithhillard on Sep 04, 2015

        ... find but no one carried tire spoons. We did find a tail light for Kevin. We finally decided to skip the spoons and hope we didn't need them since we couldn't find any. By then it was lunch time so we stopped at "Airport Way Family Restaurant" which was a dinner style place with typical dinner food. Believe it or not, they still had a smoking section. I didn't even know that was still possible in the States. Kevin ordered the "Farmers Skillet" and I had ...

        Crossed the Arctic Circle and a flight to Coldfoot

        A travel blog entry by pamandpete on Sep 03, 2015

        14 photos

        ... father a huntsman and he took him hunting at an early age. The first time John took his daughter hunting was at the age of 10 months. Mmm......that didn't impress me! He told us lots of stories about how the family live, survive the winters, hunt for meat and grow vegetables during the summer months, storing what they can for the winter. The carrots and potatoes are stored under the house. We crossed the NMR Circle at that imaginary blue ...

        Frozen Toesies

        A travel blog entry by ljandbev on Aug 11, 2015

        9 photos

        ... to get out to the area where the ocean is, as well as more of the oilfield operations. We parked and off the bus we went to stick our feet into the Arctic! Woo-hoo! WHOA!!!!!! It's cold... I mean really cold... I mean toes are in pain just standing on the rocks waiting for LJ to get the camera shot ready (and he still hadn't taken off his boots!). Melora and I were a little premature in removing our shoes and socks; Sara smartly said to ...