Rail/hotel Anchorage-Talkeetna: $135pp

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Now THAT is a deal! Let’s take a look at the great web specials now available from Gray Line:
a. Anchorage-Talkeetna. Roundtrip private rail aboard the McKinley Explorer between Anchorage and Talkeetna. Stay overnight at the beautiful Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge. Includes roundtrip transfers between the train station and the lodge. You’ll love the deck–Mt. McKinley fills up the entire horizon (the lodge is the closest hotel to the mountain!). ¬†From $135 per person, double occupancy. Optional tours include flightseeing, jetboat rides, hiking and more!
b. Anchorage-Denali. It’s a beautiful trip on the Alaska Railroad aboard the McKinley Explorer car! These are the full-dome on the upper deck, so you get a beautiful view of the mountains, the rivers and the incredible landscape between Anchorage and Denali Park. Spend the night at the Denali Princess Lodge near the park entrance. Plan to take a bus tour deep inside the park to see the wildlife. Other optional tours include Iditarod kennel tours, Nenana raft trips, flightseeing–and more! From $239 per person, double occupancy. (From $169 per person to/from Fairbanks)
c. Anchorage-Talkeetna-Denali. Take your time. Ride the rails up from Anchorage to Talkeetna. Explore the town, then spend the night at the Mt. McKinley Princess. The next day, get on board and ride the 120 miles to Denali park. Explore the park for the day. Then return home the next day. The whole 3-day/2-night package is available from $299 per person, double. Wow!
d. Sail the Yukon River from Dawson City on the Yukon Queen II! This is a great cruise down to Eagle. This fast catamaran takes you on some of the most scenic country along the river!
e. Sail to the face of Portage Glacier. It’s just a one-hour cruise, but you sail right up to the face of this active glacier. Watch and listen as the glacier calves into Portage Lake!
Learn more online and start planning your springtime adventure today with Gray Line of Alaska! Call (888)452-1737.

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