Stay in an authentic log cabin located just outside of Denali National Park, Alaska, United States. The 2,300 square foot cabin sleeps up to 8 guests with 2 bedrooms, 4 beds, and 2 bathrooms. Experience true Alaska in this amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bath upscale custom-built log cabin. It is only a short distance (approximately 17 miles) from Denali National Park. This rental is truly a unique and special place to enjoy your next vacation getaway. As soon as you drive in you are immediately greeted by the expansive wrap-around deck with plenty of Adirondack chairs to take in the amazing view.
On the main level, you'll find the adjoining living room with a fully equipped kitchen, dining space, cozy bedroom, and full bath with a stackable up-to-date washer and dryer. Take a short walk upstairs and you’ll enter the open floor plan with a spacious office area, charming king bedroom area, walk-in closet, private balconies, and full bath with separate shower and jacuzzi tub. The basement is fully furnished and carpeted, with another full living room set, a tv entertainment area, two sleeper sofas, and a kids' play area. Your vacation stay will be complete as we provide fresh linens, complimentary coffee, and an extensive movie/book selection.
If you visit Denali during your vacation stay you'll be privileged to share the stories of the human connection to a vast and wild landscape. The park is a place that has been set aside to connect people to America’s past, a place that protects present wildlife and amazing landscapes for your enjoyment and that of future generations, and a place that celebrates the individual’s opportunity to experience inspiration, reflection, awe, and wonders. Denali is home to wild lands and many wild animals. Congress created the park in 1917 where at the time, the purpose was to protect Dall sheep from overhunting. The park's size and purpose grew over time. The park is now around 6 million acres, and much of the park must remain devoid of human development. This means that the only trails in the park are near the park road, and mainly near the park entrance. However, Denali offers visitors a rare opportunity to hike off-trail in a wild landscape.
Denali National Park is home to North America’s tallest peak, it has been a mecca for mountaineering and adventuring for more than a hundred years. Today, the National Park continues to enchant climbers, pack-rafters, skiers, dog mushers, and athletes seeking to test themselves against the raw, unchecked power of a truly wild landscape. Denali's abundant and diverse wildlife is just as famous as its tallest mountain, Denali, which towers above the landscape at 20,310 feet tall. In truth, although the park’s namesake is a mountain, Denali was the first national park that was created to protect wildlife. Now, this park is home to 39 species of mammals, 169 species of birds, and 1 lonely species of amphibian. Denali has over 160 species of birds that call the park home during the summer months, but far fewer remain during the chilly winter days.
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