a. Save 50 percent off your second night’s stay at the Copper River Princess. This lodge is on the Richardson Highway near the entrance to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. The lodge sits on a bluff overlooking the confluence of the Copper and the Klutina rivers. You can see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, as well as the towering peaks of the Wrangell Mountains. It’s the perfect place to launch a fishing adventure, or to go sightseeing in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park! To save 50 percent off the second night, use rate code “Y2C”.
b. Stay at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge–home of the world’s biggest deck. Well, OK. Maybe not the biggest–but arguably the best. Mt. McKinley fills up the northwestern horizon. There’s a big fireplace in the adjacent lounge–and a bunch of comfy rocking chairs. During the day, take your pick from many activities, including jetboat rides, glacier flights, Jeep excursions, rafting–even just checking out the quirky town of Talkeetna. LNO, I assure you!! Shave 50 percent off the cost of your second night’s stay. Use rate code “Y2M”.
c. The Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge is in a perfect setting–overlooking the headwaters of the Kenai River in Cooper Landing. From your cottage, you may see Kenai Lake. From the lodge, you can see fishermen drifting by, seeking lunker rainbows or monster salmon! Join the fun! You can make arrangements when you arrive at the lodge, but you’re wiser to reserve a fishing adventure before you arrive! Regardless, you’ll save 50 percent off the second night when you use rate code “Y2K”. Oh, you’re just 50 miles from Seward, so you can explore this seaside town as well!
d. Enjoy 50 percent off the second person on Princess’s rail/hotel tours between Anchorage, Talkeetna, Denali and Fairbanks. Check the website for details and available dates. Here’s a nice air shot of the train:
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