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Park of our Denali Land Package, this lodge was a relief from the size of the Denali Princess Lodge. The dissapointment came with so many of the trails being off limits at time of our visit due to bears and moose. Some were closed all...More
We stayed one night as part of land tour after taking a 7 day cruise. I felt the decor in the rooms were dated - looked like something you would expect from a Comfort Inn. The room was clean. The building we stayed in was...More
Manager met us as we got off our bus and was very friendly and informative. The property is beautiful and our rooms were nice. Loved the informative talks with the naturalists and also with the manager of Mt Denali base camp, she was terrific. Take...More
They have such a nice location. Everything you need is here including shopping and restaurants. This was probably my favorite place to stay. The rooms are so so but when you balance it with the rest it's worth it.
We decided that this lodge would be perfect for a few days of rest and relaxation at the end of our 2 week Alaskan vacation. We stayed for three nights. I had booked our rooms in the winter to ensure that I would receive the...More
US$103 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Hotel Trapper Creek ,
Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge Alaska/Trapper Creek
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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.