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The name says it all. It is a wilderness lodge with lots of character and a spectacular view of Mt. McKinley if you are fortunate to see it in all its splendour without cloud cover. We only stayed one night as part of a Princess...More
This lodge is hard to find. They need better signs to guide guest in. I pass the place and went 5 miles to a safe place to turn around. Don't really care for the one way around the lodge. I stayed in building 21. There...More
This was part of our Princess Land and Sea tour and the views were amazing. Nature at it's best. The lodge is very spread out and may be a bit of a walk for some. They do have shuttles that pick up in different locations,...More
While looking at and for Mt. mcKinley is exciting, that is basically the only thing to do at the lodge unless you are adventurous and want to horseback ride, jet boat, etc. everyone just sits and watches to see if the clouds will uncover Mt....More
When I booked this one I was under the impression it was close to the park, Maybe I mis-read, maybe they misled but Denali National Park is 110 miles up the road....When we checked in they put us in building 21. When we got to...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.