Spirit Lights Lodge

Address: PO Box 90, Bettles, Alaska, 99726, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on PO Box 90, Bettles.
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Travel Blogs from Bettles

The Arctic Circle

A travel blog entry by donandtommye on Jun 13, 2015

32 photos

... Some excitement on the flight back when the pilot forgot to switch fuel tanks ant the tank he was on ran dry and the right engine quit, fortunately he recognized his mistake quickly and the engine restarted right away when he switched tanks. Had he not acted quickly, the other engine would have quit also.





Astronomy

Jun. 14, 2015

Rise

Set

Actual ...

Day 10: Wiseman, AK to Tok, AK

A travel blog entry by kimmycat on May 28, 2015

8 photos

... weren't on a major road near a city. But we did find Fairbanks in time for a late lunch and I'm happy to say I found a downtown parking spot that allowed me to entirely avoid parallel parking.

We ate at a crepe place that was really good and relatively cheap for Fairbanks. Expensive for a crepe place, but all in perspective, right? Saying goodbye to the city was tough, what with their mediocre phone signal and ample gas station choices but it had to ...

Day 9: Wiseman, AK to Wiseman, AK

A travel blog entry by kimmycat on May 27, 2015

10 photos

... relative term) mountain pass in Alaska and has a reputation for being quite dangerous, especially for your everyday idiots from Florida. So I've read, anyway. It's also featured a lot on Ice Road Truckers, although I can't claim to have ever seen that show. Really. No cable at home. In the winter there is a big problem with avalanches, so they have avalanche gun stations set up every few miles in order to safely cause them while they close the road. Anyway, we made ...

The Dalton Highway

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 20, 2014

6 photos

... the ground.

After NINE hours of getting to know the potholes and truckers of the Dalton Highway, we pulled into Coldfoot. This place was built by truckers, as a halfway stop-off, out of old pallets they were hauling back south...and it looks a hot mess. Today the place is used by highway workers, guides, truckers and the uber rugged tourist who is seeking the best aurora viewing spot for one week in March. Anyway, it should be a short plane ...

Not Again!

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 03, 2014

22 photos

... to pull over to celebrate our cheating death through the construction zone. Not wanting to slam on my brakes in the mud, and knowing not to use my front brake in those conditions, I glide by them on the left, just as I approach Walt he executes a U-turn to return to a service road on the left. I narrowly swerve to miss him and his bike, focusing on avoiding the wreck. Now passing him I notice Lee half-way completing his U-turn, and coming directly in my path. ...