Paxson Lodge

Mile 185.5 Richardson Highway, Paxson, Alaska, 99586, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Mile 185.5 Richardson Highway, Paxson.
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    Travel Blogs from Paxson

    Tok to Prudhoe Bay, Denali NP and Denali Hwy

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Jul 13, 2014

    1 comment, 103 photos

    ... about getting a certificate of completion when we technically didn't start at the VERY beginning - he didn't want to "be a poser"- but the Visitor Center host assured him it was fine and she wouldn't tell anyone. ;-} Also at Delta Junction we visited the original Sullivan Roadhouse built in 1903 which is now a museum and has been moved from its original location but is still all the original log structure. Fascinating history of this and all the roadhouses that served as ...

    It couldn't last forever

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 06, 2014

    ... bridge. She pointed away from the swimming hole towards two moose - one youngster and its mom. As we stood silently on the bridge, the tow wandered past the end of the bridge and straight into the swimming hole, first for a nice long drink and then the mother fully submerged her head for reasons we still don't understand. After a few minutes in the water, they continued up the road and disappeared into the forest. Very ...

    Valdez thru Denali Highway

    A travel blog entry by avpadventure on Aug 04, 2013

    11 photos

    ... and a ptarmigan and incredible mountain views all along the way. It was a great place for camping and hiking. We were even treated to blueberries ready for picking along the trails. How does lemon blueberry muffins sound?

    Before we attempted the road we went a bit north on the Ric******* Hwy. to see the colorful Rainbow Mountain and go over Isabelle Pass (named for a Pioneer gold rush business women). That's where we ...

    The Majestic Matanuska Glacier by Sooraj Karthik

    A travel blog entry by ladha on Jul 27, 2013

    15 photos

    ... at home. The glacier is 27 miles long and four miles wide at the widest point. This glacier has been here for 18,000 years, it started forming in the previous ice age. During the ice age it streatched all the way to Ancorage.

    Our guides names were Jessie and Mike.The first thing we saw was something called trampoline mud. They call it this because when you walk on it it goes up and down with your body ...

    Rain, Rain, Go Away

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_karen on Jul 07, 2012

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... very tall hill (or a very short mountain) until we had a good view overlooking Summit Lake. You could also see some of the Alaska pipeline. By this time it was mid afternoon and starting to rain, so Jan and Bill took a short nap while Dan did some reading and I worked on my journal. When they got up, it was still raining, so we baked the chicken breasts instead of grilling them. We also baked some sweet potatoes and I ...