Nature Photography Workshop Features Alaska’s Premier Photographer

April 18, 2014

We are so excited to be hosting a workshop with Jeff Schultz, photographer extraordinaire, whose photographs of Alaska have been featured in publications around the globe for more than three decades. Jeff is also the official photographer for the Iditarod. This 3-day hands-on workshop will be held August 23-25, and is limited to just 10 […]

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Northern Lights Deliver a Breathtaking Show During a Dark Alaskan Winter

February 26, 2014

We are blessed this year in Alaska with another spectacular showing of the Northern Lights.  Kirsty Knittel, an immensely talented photographer and Kantisha Roadhouse bus driver, captured these images. (See more of Kirsty’s images of Alaska at her website.) Also known in the northern hemisphere as the Aurora Borealis, this amazing light show occurs in […]

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What happens when the last guest leaves Kantishna Roadhouse in September?

October 14, 2013

Our guests often ask how we close up the Kantishna Roadhouse at the end of the season to prepare for winter. So we decided to share a brief overview of what goes on after the last visitor has left and we ready the property for the winter months, where even the high temps may fall […]

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Cowboy Junkies Bring the Season to a Close at Kantishna Roadhouse

September 13, 2013

Unplugged Show at Kantishna is the Final Stop on Their Roots on the Rails Tour We were thrilled to be a part of the Cowboy Junkies tour with Roots on the Rails this week, which culminated in an acoustic show at the Kantishna Roadhouse. This amazing Canadian band played to a packed house of fans, […]

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One Step Closer to Micro-Hydro Power at Kantishna Roadhouse

September 11, 2013

We cleared another hurdle today in our efforts to bring a renewable energy source to Kantishna Roadhouse in the form of a micro-hydroelectric generator. This much anticipated development has been in the works for several years, spearheaded by U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski who included it as part of a bill designed to reduce diesel fuel […]

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Kantishna Roadhouse Speaker Series Features Denali Climbers

July 15, 2013

One of the perks of being a guest at Kantishna Roadhouse is the amazing array of speakers at our evening programs. We regularly feature artists, historians, Athabascan elders and other folks from the area who are knowledgeable about the regional geology, history, arts, topography and more. Earlier this month, we welcomed Jennifer and Andrew LaBar, […]

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Celebrating a Centennial Climb at Denali!

June 4, 2013

The 2013 Summer Season is underway! The Kantishna Roadhouse and Kantishna Wilderness Trails are open for business and we’ve welcomed our first visitors. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first summit of Mt. McKinley also known as Denali. So in addition to the usual array of activities offered in Denali National Park, there will […]

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Panning For Gold In Denali National Park May Yield Big!

January 21, 2013

We recently received some feedback from a couple that visited Kantishna last summer, as part of their Denali Park tour with Kantishna Wilderness Trails, and wanted to share it: “As part of our recent Denali Wilderness Tour, we visited your Kantishna  Roadhouse. (June 2012). We were greeted warmly, provided a fantastic soup and sandwich with […]

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Visions Of Denali Park 2012

August 23, 2012

We’re having a great year here in Denali National Park. The weather has been great, the wildlife is thriving and people are bustling and happy. The following photos are a sample of the sights and experiences of the Park. Pictures were taken from the Kantishna Wilderness Trails bus tour, from Kantishna Roadhouse and the Denali […]

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