Alaska Trip

Day 0

Our Trip started with a red eye flight from Chicago. We landed at Anchorage at around 5 in the morning. We were super tired and luckily i had booked a room for that night. I had emailed the BnB that we will be checking in at the morning.

Day 1

We took a Short nap, ate some pizza and then were off to some hiking at Tony Knowles Coastal Trail.

Day 2

Greeting the day with an early start, we set off for Denali National Park. En route, we took a detour for a quick hike at Thunderbird Falls, where the sight of the cascading waterfall was a true delight. Our journey continued with spontaneous stops at picture-perfect spots, culminating in a peaceful evening by the serene Otto Lake after checking into our hotel.

Day 3

Exploring Denali further, we drove as far as the park permitted to the Savage River Campground. Spotting caribou near a creek and an unexpected moose crossing our path added a dash of wilderness thrill to our day. We concluded the day with a refreshing hike on the 3.3-mile Horseshoe Lake Trail, discovering intriguing mushrooms along the way.

Day 4

Exploring Denali further, we drove as far as the park permitted to the Savage River Campground. Spotting caribou near a creek and an unexpected moose crossing our path added a dash of wilderness thrill to our day. We concluded the day with a refreshing hike on the 3.3-mile Horseshoe Lake Trail, discovering intriguing mushrooms along the way.

Day 5

Exploring Denali further, we drove as far as the park permitted to the Savage River Campground. Spotting caribou near a creek and an unexpected moose crossing our path added a dash of wilderness thrill to our day. We concluded the day with a refreshing hike on the 3.3-mile Horseshoe Lake Trail, discovering intriguing mushrooms along the way.

Day 6

Exploring Denali further, we drove as far as the park permitted to the Savage River Campground. Spotting caribou near a creek and an unexpected moose crossing our path added a dash of wilderness thrill to our day. We concluded the day with a refreshing hike on the 3.3-mile Horseshoe Lake Trail, discovering intriguing mushrooms along the way.