North Face Lodge
Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
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 …
On a rare clear day, you can see Mt McKinley/Denali from the lodge. It was cloudy and a bit rainy so today wasn't going to be the day.
Breakfast of french toast and blueberry compote (made from berries picked here), and reindeer sausage. Everything is organic or pretty close to it but it was tasty.
After breakfast, they tell you …
Friday morning through Monday morning was our Denali National Park experience and we were off the grid.
We took a bus 90 miles into the interior to North Face Lodge, only 15 rooms. It took several hours to travel the unpaved road and then we were deep in the park.
We had limited electric (lights and camera battery charging, but …
... a unique calculation when it was first run. They knew the distance was over 1,000 miles and Alaska was the 49th state, so the race was declared to be 1,049 miles.
*While running the Iditarod, the musher is not allowed any help throughout the race.
*The dogs runs for six hours and then rest for six hours.
*While the dogs rest, the musher continues to work to take care of the dogs for about 4 hours. The musher ...
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It T’was on the third day…..Suddenly a noise or lack of I
should say made Christine and I both look at each other……The constant pounding
of water on the top of Agnes (tent) was not there anymore. We had grown so accustomed to the sound of
rain on our tent that the lack of it was kind of eerie…you know, kind of like