Katmai Lodge

Address: Mile 23 Alagnak River, King Salmon, Alaska, \N, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Mile 23 Alagnak River, King Salmon.
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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

    ... covered in dirt, that moans quietly everytime it has to turn a corner. Or maybe it's more like whale singing. And it sounds like the muffler or something is banging on the road every time it hits a pothole and there are thousands of them on these gravel roads. But what do you expect for a hundred bucks? It did take us to Nak-Nek, the only town you can get to without a boat or plane. And Nak-Nek is home to the famous Red Dog Inn, which is home to the worst fishburger ...

    The BEARS

    A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 17, 2014

    13 photos

    ... about. But finally, after numerous near-encounters (which sent the Park Rangers and bear technicians running to ensure that people kept their distance), word made it around that the cub-adult had caught a fish - an encouraging sign that despite being prematurely separated from his mother, he might just have the survival instincts and skills required to make it on his own. This gave us hope, Carolyn and me, for the bear’s survival. But one park ...

    Bears, Big and Small

    A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 14, 2014

    17 photos

    ... thinking we are getting close to the required 1.5 miles. We finally come to a site we name “ the Perch“, really just a small clearing on an exposed ridge. The view is great. We continue up through the Burbles, where we hear a small water source nearby. Then we see the sign saying we can camp anywhere beyond this point. Unfortunately, its located in alder thickets, where there is no place suitable for our tent, so we continue up through the Steps: ...

    Bear viewing flght

    A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 18, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... close the sow would make grunting noises at the male causing it lye on the ground in a submissive pose. As we all sat on the ground in a group watching this interaction, the bears walked past us at a distance of only 15ft. Although these where huge bears, we actually felt very comfortable in these close confines thanks to the assistance of the guide. The rest of the day was incredible and was topped off by the flight back when the pilot flew us over the ...

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