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Our Alaska Family Vacation

Our Alaska Family Vacation

Taking an Alaska Family Vacation was on the top of our list for several years.  And now that it’s behind us (sadly), it was one of our all-time favorites!  The scenery and wildlife was amazing.  We saw moose, grizzly bears, caribou, calving glaciers, whales, seals, icebergs, the highest peak in North America and lots more.  A good portion of the vacation was on a cruise ship but we also spent a few nights just outside of Denali National Park which…

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Denali ATV Tour

Denali ATV Tour

One of the highlights of our Alaska vacation, was our Denali ATV Tour.  We had an absolute blast riding the Argo 6×6 Frontier 650s.  These all terrain vehicles (ATVs) truly live up to the acronym.  The crew of Denali Tundra Tours were excellent.  They gave you a tutorial and quick lesson on how the controls of the ATV operate.  They also narrated stories along the trail through a headset located in each of our helmets.  There was a lead rider…

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Denali Cabins

Denali Cabins

When we were planning our Alaska vacation, we were searching for Denali cabins that could accommodate our family of 6.  We wanted something close enough to the National Park for our planned tours, but also something scenic, economical and not surrounded with any commercialism.  On a recommendation from Denali Tundra Tours, we booked a few nights at the Denali Mountain Morning Hostel, and we had a great experience! The Denali Mountain Morning Hostel is located at Mile 224.1 along George…

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Denali National Park Vacation

Denali National Park Vacation

A Denali National Park vacation is something that was on our proverbial bucket list, and the trip has become one of our all-time family favorites!Denali National Park and Preserve encompasses over 6 million acres of amazing landscape, mountains, and wildlife.  It is also home to the highest peak in the United States, Denali (formerly Mount McKinley) rises to 20,310 feet! With Park Road being the only access method into the heart if the park, you have several options of things…

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