Denali River Cabins
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
... they had seen a mother and a baby but they had disappeared by the time we got there. So we drove down the road a bit and there was a big one gutsing herself on the foliage. We tried to get a good shot of her and I even got out of the car only to be told off by the Ranger. Apparently, you must be 25 feet from a moose at all times and maybe I should move to the other side of the road. Jenny got a reasonable one from the window of the" turtle truck".
We continued driving but ...
... fantastic sunny weather. We had a spot of lunch in the dining car as more and more beautiful views went by outside. There were areas at the end of each train car where you could stand outside and enjoy the scenery and the fresh air simultaneously, which is where I spent most of my time (taking pictures). Part of the time we traveled along the Susitna River which was quite beautiful, and the fall colors were just starting on the deciduous plants so the landscape was a verdant ...
... one big high: the park's limited access promotes wilderness allowing abundant wildlife such as magnificent moose & great, silver-tipped bears to reside among the craggy peaks, alpine lakes & twisted trees that are scarcely tall enough to hide the dall sheep..there are wildflowers impatient to unfurl their colors & alpenglow upon ancient glacial ice..the list goes on and the photo ...
... weighed in at 931 pounds. In 2011 the winner weighed in at 1287 pounds while a 1700 pound monster was disqualified as it had a hole in it. The secrets for growing enormous pumpkins are closely guarded but growers hint at feeding them molasses, liquefied seaweed and steer manure -- and hiring nubile young virgins to dance around them naked. (I wasn’t sure what this did but it sounded good).
But in 2013 there were no pumpkins to be seen. ...
... Cookie's dog started barking. The next morning we woke up, and I asked Cookie if her dog had been digging in the dirt. She replied no, and I pointed to the tree not 7 feet away from the truck where Josh and I slept. Sure enough, a bear had come through in the night and explored our camp. Un-freaking-believable!! We started to cook breakfast, and even though we had spent all last night drinking, I wanted another. I asked, "Will anyone judge me if I pop open a beer at 10am?" They both ...