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For the record, my wife and I live in Alaska so I will put some things into perspective here. First, only about 30% of the folks that come here get to see the mountain (Denali or Mt McKinley). This year it was closer to 10%...More
The lodge itself is beautiful with towns of rustic outdoorsy charm, big logs and big fireplaces. The rooms were ok nothing to write home about. Parking is quite stupid you have to unload your luggage take it to your room and then go park in...More
My friends and I had decided to do the three day land part of our Alaskan cruise last, I wasn't thrilled about the cruise itself so I held higher hopes for the land portion. We were in both Denali and Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodges....More
A dump but you're stuck if you're on a Princess cruise and land tour. The sheets were paper thin and gray, the bedspread was disgustingly thin, dingy and well past it's usefulness. I immediately took it off the bed. Mattresses fold in the center and...More
On a tour. I guess you shouldn't expect too much from your room when you are out touring all day bu very disappointed. Very small not clean at all. Bedspread was sticky.. blah. Curtains had blood or mud on them. We were on one of...More
US$103 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Check out "Alaska Department of Fish and Game" on Google (I couldn't add link for you). You'll get a lot of great info here. Also if you are in Anchorage, be sure to checkout Ship Creek, it's reported to be one of the best... More
Check out "Alaska Department of Fish and Game" on Google (I couldn't add link for you). You'll get a lot of great info here. Also if you are in Anchorage, be sure to checkout Ship Creek, it's reported to be one of the best spots for Salmon. The Bate Shack has a website with great info as well and sits right beside the creek. Hope this helps.