Posted on March 01 2009
This morning the Miami Herald lists 11 Alaskan wilderness lodges that range in price from around $8000 per week to $2000 for a four-night stay. Among the value lodges: “North Face and Camp Denali, private lodges inside Denali National Park, are 90 miles from the National Park entrance, in sight of snow-capped Mt. McKinley. Owned by the Cole Family, the two lodges sit less than a mile apart. Each offers all-inclusive six, four and three-night stays for active guests interested in experiencing the tundra ecology first-hand. Included are guided naturalist walks and hikes, birding, and use of sports gear, including bikes, canoes and fishing equipment.”
For more on Alaska lodges, read “Alaska Trips: Choosing a Lodge” on MidCurrent.