Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge
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... fend entirely for themselves and the park goes out of its way to keep it that way. Grizzly & black bear, wolves, lynx & fox, moose, caribou & dall sheep inhabit the park but are difficult to spot due to the vast size of the park. We did manage to see a few Moose & Caribou but sadly the 20320ft peak of mount McKinley was covered by cloud. Only 30% of visitors to Denali get the see what the Athabascan Indians call "the High One" or ...
... doesn’t really go anywhere. It is hunting season and the men were all out camping with their ATV’s ready to go hunting. It would be quite dangerous as I doubt whether they have any rules and there are people everywhere. The caribou hunting season starts tomorrow. It goes until the quota is filled and then the season finishes. There is a certain uniform that you wear – camouflage gear. Everybody is wearing it and the shops are full of it. I am glad I ...
... Our next stop was at a place called Chicken, where we had a large, fantastic American breakfast. That was sooo good! We continued on our way - I thought I saw another bear, but it was a hunched-up cyclist in dark clothes! Talk about bears on the ...
We went back to the hotel about 1 PM and then picked up the shuttle to the Denali Train Depot which is adjacent to the Denali visitor's center. We had time for a short trail hike and a visit to the visitors' center before heading to the train.
We took the short walk to the train station for our trip to Fairbanks. There is a railroad that runs between Seward and Fairbanks with stops in Anchorage and. Denali. For at least the portion ...
... absolutely freezing and windy and even in the big suits they had to wear they found no warmth. Pretty scenery, but it wasn't the buzz they thought they'd experience.
Then, suddenly, if was our last day in Alaska! We had a great trip back to Anchorage and did our own dog mushing on the way. We had a great group of people and a wonderful holiday. Hopefully our next Cosmos adventure starting 2 August, will be a great one ...