Alaska has long been a curiosity with its untouched and pristine wilderness and wildlife. Last year we had an amazing adventure to a number of Alaska’s panoramic cities.
There’s so much to share coming in future posts, but for now enjoy some of these great photos.
For years we’ve heard stories of how aidelvise flowers grow up on Sawtail. Last year we made a four wheeler trip up on top. Even though we went near the end of the summer it was still bitter cold and windy enough for a hang glider.
It’s hard to compare the view from the top though and it makes the toil of the journey worth it. I’d highly recommend taking the time to attempt this climb.
There is plenty of lodging there in Island Park and a few restaurants as well. If you’re up for a little adventure and want to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life the. Island Park is a great stop!
With the rising temperatures this week I’m reminded of our excursion to Fairy Falls in West Yellowstone last year.
The trail is well marked and flat most of the way with a few obstacles. It’s about a five mile walk/hike but well worth it to get to the falls. A number if great spots for photos along the way as well.
You’ll want to stop at the entrance to West afterwards to get something cool to drink or perhaps some ice cream and a wolf t-shirt.
This place is amazing. Not your typical adventure.