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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    Into the wild

    A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... another is driving to Miami and shipping their van home. They didn't really look like trustafarians, but I overheard one say they try to work a few hours each day selling handicrafts and postcards they make. An adventurous life, if not an extremely comfortable one. Our midpoint is the Eielson Visitor Center, four hours in. Sun's breaking through a bit for our picnic lunch. Talked to a family with two young kids who are on day 7 of a 10-day campout. They've gotten ...

    A dollhouse cabin and 28 sled dogs

    A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 18, 2013

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    Pulled out on Talkeetna spur at a civilized 10:30AM. Still have all my charger cords, my phone, and my sunglasses, an accomplishment in itself. We all have clean clothes. Mary and Jim took the room with the charming claw foot tub and handheld shower last night, bless them, so I didn't have to mop this morning. Headed north to Healy, 15 miles above Denali's entrance, for tomorrow's adventure. Don't know how much longer this glorious unseasonable weather ...


    A travel blog entry by gvw on Aug 11, 2013

    Sunday 11th

    Drove to Healy, just North of Denali National park. Booked into motel, very basic, just like dongers. Seems the go around here.

    Did the short trip into Denali Nat park as far as you can go with your own vehicle. We did see a moose as ...

    Visit to Denali National Park

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... 15 minutes before departure). Driver "Tony" gave us the usual welcome and safety spiel and then started the trek down the park road on a cool (about 59 degF in the morning) and gloomy day.

    As Tony related early in the trip, Alaska has two seasons: winter, and road repair. The second season was in strong evidence as every bridge seemed to be narrowed down to one lane while work went on to repair or replace them and the road itself ...

    Tundra Wilderness Tours

    A travel blog entry by normdi on Jun 28, 2013

    2 comments, 1 photo

    We were on our way into the national park early today. With the fires started with wildfire we had limited vision but got to see caribou,moose,porcupine, and a fox but no bears to date. Hopefully by tomorrow! We came back and visited information centre which was really good. Had never seen the dwarf dogwood which ...