The Lodge At Black Rapids

Address: Mile 227.4, Richardson Highway, Black Rapids, Alaska, 99737, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Mile 227.4, Richardson Highway, Black Rapids.
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      This time you gave me a mountain

      A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Aug 15, 2014

      3 comments, 49 photos

      ... distance or seen fleetingly, so please excuse the poor quality of some of the photos. Before leaving the park we went to see the Park Huskies and a sledding demonstration.






















      We continued to Fairbanks, which was to be the most northerly point of ...

      Alaska coming to an end

      A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 14, 2013

      ... puppies, but i'll jump in the middle of a dogfight without so much as a thought to it. The full force of a dog team scares me, but it's also liberating in a way. I also found out i like kariboe and moose steak, thanks to a good chef :D. About the environment: it is as unforgiving as it is beautiful. Icicles can form on your eyelashes in the right conditions and your neck buff freezes around the shape of your face. (The ...

      "Don't worry, i'll get Naked before breakfast."

      A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 12, 2013

      ... continue without you. No knowing where they will end up, but the chances of them ever coming back to you (or even surviving in the wild) are slim. You have then lost your dog team, lost your sled and are possible stranded in the middle of nowhere in very harsh conditions. That's probably around 10 to 15 thousand dollars that has just slipped away from you. Luckily the person with me was a very good and experienced musher because i slipped off twice and even ...

      Rascally puppies and magical lights

      A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 07, 2013

      11 photos

      ... pet. Let me just point out the fact that most of the poop was frozen, so that was a large factor in why i didn't mind it...
      After this they usually got fed. You would know they were going to get fed before you actually saw anyone out there. They smelt the food way before they got there with the buckets. The dogs didn't all get the same food or amount. The race dogs got high-protein food because they had to perform, whereas the the dogs that were not ...

      Dog poop, a tough Cookie, hooking up and booties

      A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 06, 2013

      11 photos

      6th of December:
      Day 1- Sinterklaas

      Woke up at 6:30 and was so surprised with the heat. You heard me! The stove in our cabin was very very efficient. You just stuff that full of wood before you go to sleep and that keeps it going all night. Since you're not going in and out of the cabin the heat builds up and the temperature rises to about 30 degrees! Never thought I'd be throwing open the door at -20C! I had some chocolate throughout the day ...