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TravelPod Member ReviewsNorth Face Lodge Denali National Park and Preserve
We loved the Lodge. Everyone at the lodge seemed to love their work, Alaska and the environment. The food was fresh, delicious and wonderfully seasoned. Produce was organically grown on the premises and food was locally sourced. We even had freshly baked bread (many different delicious kinds) at each meal. The common area was comfortable and relaxing. The rooms were small, but that's what we expected. After all, we were only in them to sleep and shower. I was especially pleased with the total concern for the environment, using mostly reusable and if not reusable, biodegradable products.
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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
During the day we took the moderate hike to experience the tundra and Denali flora. Because of the permafrost and other ecological conditions, plants are miniature versions of what we normally see. The willows are knee or shoulder height. Dogwoods are six inches tall.
We walked a narrow trail. When we walked on the tundra, we were careful …
Yesterday, the narrow path and spongy tundra challenged my tweaky hip, so today we took the foray (read easy) hike, where the bus did 50% of the work.
For our entire Denali tour, we were blessed with beautiful weather – sunny every day we did our hikes. We always saw Denali in the distance. Naturalists told us the previous week was …
Before we left for Denali, we stopped by the University of Alaska Museum of the North. The first floor contains exhibits on the people, history, geography. The upper level had beautiful art work and an intriguing room The Place Where You Go to Listen a sight and sound system that displays images and sound from the seasons and the aurora borealis. …
Today we toured Fannie Quigley's retirement Cabin. In the late 19th and early 20th century, Fanny was an independent woman, well-known with gold miners. Fannie followed the miners to gold rush locations and made a living providing them food. Click here for an article about Fannie’s life.
Then we hiked to the …
We woke up to another gray and rainy morning, but this time it was significantly colder at the lodge. Breakfast was a twist on eggs benedict, smoked salmon instead of ham. Plus delicious apricot pastries. Afterwards, we picked our hikes and packed our lunches.
Today, we switched it up. Mike and Chuck chose the strenuous hike, Ellen and …