Nature Photography Workshop Features Alaska’s Premier Photographer

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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 participants. From the moment you board the bus for the 92-mile trip to Kantishna Roadhouse and throughout your 3-day experience, Jeff will be sharing his professional tips and techniques to help you create better images. And we can’t think of a better place to hone your skills than in the pristine wilderness of Denali National Park.

According to Jeff, “Photographing in this magical place can actually be overwhelming, because there is SO much to see and appreciate.  This workshop will offer photographer participants the chance to slow down and immerse themselves in the environment as we talk and work through creative compositional elements on our hikes and excursions.  I hope to offer my sense of how I visualize an image before making it to encourage and challenge participants with their own vision.”

The 3-day workshop includes round trip transportation, accommodations and meals, along with the many other activities and amenities of Kantishna Roadhouse. This special event is expected to sell out quickly.

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August 24, 2021 National Park Service Announcement
Denali Park Road Closed To All Traffic beyond Mile 42

Due to the unsafe conditions posed by landslide activity the Denali Park Road is closed. The Kantishna Roadhouse is closed for the season. The Kantishna Wilderness Tours bus tour is operating on very limited capacity for tours to Mile 42 through Sept 12.

The Kantishna Roadhouse is an “inholder” business and we must comply with the National Park Service. We are dismayed and saddened that we cannot keep our business open for the remainder of the 2021 season. And, as you can see, we have no choice but to cancel all overnight reservations beginning August 24th and through the end of the season. We will be sending you a cancellation notice and crediting you with a full refund.

Thank you for your understanding. I fully understand that you wanted to be at the Kantishna Roadhouse, rather than reading this and making other plans.

Best Regards,
Marie Monroe, General Manager