Talkeetna Denali View Lodge & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Talkeetna
... no creamer for the coffee so we went to flag him down again. He brought the creamer, but left before he could take our order. Finally we got our order in. And waited. It was pretty to be outside on the street and watch people as we waited. Cole got up and walked to the general store, twice, to look for Stubbs while we waited. I went down the street to the ATM while we waited. Finally, after about 45 minutes Steve went to look for ...
... participate in a mountaineering class. We get to land here to drop them off. The weather holds for us but we need to skirt a rain cell as we go in. The views improve as we go. It is so nice to be back in the range. I have several hundred hours flying in fixed wing or helicopter while I worked here as the South District ranger for Denali. I was responsible for the mountaineering program here which involved search and rescue responsibilities. ...
... We had a salad and pizza lunch in Wasilla and were in the little village of Talkeetna by 4:00. We plan to be here two nights so we stayed near the town at Talkeetna Camper Park. It is full of Great Alaskan Holiday motor homes as this is an area the newbies spend their first night after driving up from Anchorage. Talkeetna began at the turn of the century as a supply station for miners and trappers. The pioneer town has maintained its ...
... a family restaurant called 2030, where we had dinner (George had one of his favourite seafood chowders), a couple of bars and food to go outlet, and typical of the Princess Cruise ships - a well stocked gift shop.
The key feature of the Mt McKinley Princess Lodge is the absolutely magnificent views of Mt McKinley. Standing 22300 metres above sea level, it looked so close but we were 70 miles away. All the way across the front of the ...
... and has a toilet and shower. Talk about glamping. We managed to get all our luggage in and still had room to sit in the back although we have to do some re-organising come bed time. We visited Fred Myers ( a department store and supermarket rolled into one. You can even buy rifles and pistols.) to stock the pantry then onto the highways to test out Mick's skills driving on the right side of the road (is that the left side, I am so confused). Some stressful moments and ...