Denali Park Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDenali Park Village Denali National Park and Preserve
Wonderful spot right on the river, nice accommodation, they even mailed back our binoculars that I accidentally left in the room!
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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
I would like to pre-empt this entry by stating that I am furiously working on my PhD and spending the majority of my time frantically writing papers and grants. Thus, there will be limited future entries until I have more free time, probably sometime in late 2016. And as far as recent events are concerned, we'll be all caught up eventually! < …
Our Guide today through the Denali National Park was Jayson Blaylock, from San Antonio in Texas, has been a guide now for 10 years. He enjoyed holidaying and hiking in the area with his father....and now it is a his home. Only School Buses can travel the full 106 miles into the park. The animals now just lift their heads and keep on doing what they do best! This Park was established in 1917 and covers ...
... all white, summer they are brown, some white can be seen on their wings when they fly. But no sheep or bears.
I wasn't too concerned because we should see lots of bears at Stewart. A few sheep might have been nice. Tundra is interesting..now there are few trees, willow or spruce...but lots of grasses and short plants that give a green cover and it's springy. With the 4 major flowers with yellow, purple, white and a purple blue, it makes the views ...
Back again on line.... . Have had no dependable wifi connection for quite a time now. It is so frustrating! At the end of my last blog I mentioned that we were going to "shoot the ****" with the campsite owners. Just so that you know... We had a really nice evening. They were such nice people, and delicious hamburgers appeared off the barbeque for supper... So hospitable and friendly. It was a small campsite right on the cliffs above the sea. After that we camped on ...
... along at a slower pace than that. The rangers figure out how much load there is to carry on the sled and divide it by 50. That is how many dogs they hitch up. They can each carry more than their weight but they take pains not to overload them. There is a hiking bridge being built where there are no roads so the building materials had to be carried in by the dogs. Some of the logs weigh 1000 lbs so they hitched up ...