Clear Sky Lodge

Address: 280 Parks Highway, Anderson, Alaska, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 280 Parks Highway, Anderson.
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        Travel Blogs from Anderson

        First night afloat

        A travel blog entry by fourherrings on May 17, 2015

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        After a late afternoon meet & greet we were escorted to our cruise & welcomed on board with a glass of champagne & fresh fruit while we sailed(?) out of Juneau towards Icy Strait & Dundas Bay - our anchorage for the night. First people we met were fellow ...

        Denali National Park

        A travel blog entry by kenjackie78 on Jun 22, 2014

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        We took the bus into the park again today, with different results than yesterday. On the down side, the wildlife viewing wasn't quite as good as yesterday. We saw one grizzly a long way off, more caribou, but not as close as yesterday, more Dall sheep high up on rocky overlooks, four golden eagles, a few more ptarmigans, some moose, and a few more foxes. On the upside, the weather ...

        Denali National Park

        A travel blog entry by kenjackie78 on Jun 21, 2014

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        We took an early shuttle bus into Denali today. There is only one road that goes into the park (about 90 miles long) and personal vehicles are not permitted past mile 16, so the bus is the pretty much the only way to get deep into the park. The weather started out overcast as we rode the bus out to Wonder Lake. On the return trip we intended to ...

        Drive to Denali National Park

        A travel blog entry by kenjackie78 on Jun 20, 2014

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        So the day started with pretty weather, but not strong hopes of seeing "The Mountain". We drove north toward Denali and as we got to the first places where Mt McKinley can be seen on a clear day we saw only clouds. We stopped for 15-20 minutes to watch a moose forage along side the road. We got to the Denali South Viewpoint in Denali State Park by late morning and had a nice view of the "foothills" (5,000+ foot mountains) but ...

        Into the wild

        A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 19, 2013

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        Interesting encounters, with both the two legged and four legged on our big day out in Denali National Park. This is definitely the most pristine park I have ever visited. No private cars are allowed and no food or even water is sold except in the visitor center at the entrance. The idea is to keep animals and people a healthy distance apart. If humans are only on busses passing through, they will be of no more concern to the animals than the river that runs through ...