Took a land tour with Princess; after spending 2 nights at the Denali Lodge (if you take a tour into Denali Natl Park, take the TUNDRA tour, much longer, but you go much further into the park as opposed to the Natl History Tour and see so much more!). We were transported via bus across the Old Denali Hwy to Copper River Lodge. It was confusing to decide ahead of time what to do as far as excursions, but since we had rainy weather, this is what I would suggest, even if it is sunny: Take the courtesy Princess bus to the Natl Park Visitor center and spend the whole day there....great film, ranger walk, etc.....all free. Very little to see or do in the immediate area, this is a WILDNERNESS Natl Park.....we did a jet boat ride excursion but overall very expensive for what we saw and did. There are trails to take at the visitor center as well. Also at the lodge, there are is an easy trail to walk by yourself (bears spotted in the area). Lodge itself very nice, staff great...no other cruise co. has accomodations in Copper River area. The most enjoyable movie to see at the Natl Park Visitor center was a film about One Man Wilderness or something like that, about an hour, MUST SEE....many of us watched this film mesmermized by this incredible man and his adventure.
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