Enchanted Lake Lodge

Address: 9206 W Parkview Terrace Loop, King Salmon, Alaska, 99613, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 9206 W Parkview Terrace Loop, King Salmon, is near Naknek Lake, Turquoise Lake, Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve, and Savonoski Loop.
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Travel Blogs from King Salmon

Linda gets to Alaska

A travel blog entry by douggrinath on Jul 20, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

I have not had phone or Internet access, and so I'm just now getting around to blogging about Alaska. I'll begin with Linda's arrival on July 18th, when she began her 3 week Alaska adventure! I'll continue to post about the remainder of this grand trip in the order which I experienced it, so stay tuned for more photos and blogs to come!

In this entry, you see photos of Linda experiencing her first glacier- Portage Glacier! Enjoy the ...

King Salmon

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 19, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

How can this place call itself a town. Sure they have a two "hotels", two restaurants and a store but there are no houses. There is a gas pump. But from the airport terminal door you can see the whole town including the little cabin we're in, all the worse for wear with no hot water, right in the center of things. We've had to backtrack a few hundred miles so Thom could tinker with the plane. And here we are back near where we left two days ago. We rented a car, 20 ...


A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 17, 2014

13 photos

... last spring) that had been abandoned by his mother (who apparently has a pattern of this) was frequently seen loping down trails in and around the Lodge, and along the shoreline. This poor cub, affectionately dubbed the “cub-adult” (a play on words for “sub-adult”) by Park Rangers and bear technicians, has a noticeably slow gait, and is thin for his age, with a shaggy, disheveled coat of light-brown fur. Even I admit he appears lonely as ...

Bears, Big and Small

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 14, 2014

17 photos

... visible, better not to see the path I think. The first mile is walking up a fairly steep drainage in deep vegetation. Visibility is about 30 yards ahead, too close for a bear encounter. We talk and yell “hey bear - ho bear” the whole way. Other times we clap our hands to alert any bears to our use of the trail. There are many bear signs and side trails that cross our trail and several bedding sites right along it. We struggle with our packs up ...

Bear viewing flght

A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 18, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... we saw two large bears approximately 100 metres away. In this area of Alaska there are only brown grizzly's and they have the reputation of being the biggest bears. As we slowly approached the large sow and male bear we would stop from time to time to let the bears get used to us. The male bear was trying to win the affections of the sow and she would have nothing of it. Each time the male bear would approach the sow she would move further away, If the male ...

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