Talkeetna Roadhouse - Talkeetna, Alaska
The Talkeetna Roadhouse, built between 1914-17, is one of the oldest
establishments still in operation on Main Street in "beautiful downtown
Talkeetna." This roadhouse is located about two-and-a-half hours north of
Anchorage by road (60 air miles) and halfway between Anchorage and Denali
National Park by road and rail on the Alaska Railroad. The historic
end-of-the-road town of Talkeetna is know throughout the world as the base
for international climbers making their way to climb Denali (Mt. McKinley).
Talkeetna is also a popular destination for world class fishing,
flightseeing, river rafting, dog mushing, horseback riding, and for those
seeking the quintessential "small town Alaska" experience.
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Kantishna Roadhouse - Denali National Park, Alaska
Welcome to the Kantishna Roadhouse, your gateway to world-class adventure
inside Denali National Park. Join us for unparalleled opportunities to view
majestic Mt. McKinley, see Alaskan wildlife in pristine settings, and meet
some of Alaska’s most gracious people. All-inclusive transportation,
lodging, meals and activities make visiting Kantishna Roadhouse a once in a
lifetime experience. A tradition of hospitality awaits you at Denali
National Park’s only Native Alaskan owned and operated wilderness lodge.
Experience the hospitality of one of Alaska’s premier wilderness lodges.
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Manley Roadhouse - Manley Hot Springs, Alaska
Travel back to the days when the mail came by dog team and gold was king.
Come to the Roadhouse and meet dog mushers, miners, fishermen and some of
the few remaining people in the country who live a subsistence lifestyle.
Our community is living history! Visit the Manley Roadhouse, the oldest
functioning roadhouse in Alaska. Serving Alaskans and adventures since 1903.
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Gakona Lodge and Trading Post - Gakona, Alaska
Gakona Lodge is one of the oldest lodges in Alaska! The cabins are also
historic and have been recently remodeled . If you want to truly experience
Alaska, this would be a great place for you to stay. If you are expecting a
fancy hotel then you should probably consider other accommodations. The
cabins all have private bathrooms, and most of the rooms in the lodge have
shared bathrooms as in the days of old. The lodge has wireless internet and
public access to internet. You'll find the lodge cozy and refreshing. In the
winter, the Carriage House Restaurant is closed but the lodge offer a
continental breakfast for nightly customers and home-style meals for those
on extended stays. The cabins are available in the winter for extended
stays. Gakona Lodge is adjacent world class salmon and trout fishing on the
Gulkana, Delta and Klutina Rivers and 2 hours away from awesome halibut
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