cost you a fortune for the trip?I went in early June of 2017. The weather was a little rainy with highs in the 40’s to 60’s and lows around freezing. The darkest it got at night was like 15 min after sunset here. Rented a RV and spent 10 days roaming around. We were mostly sight seeing and hiking with some fishing at the spots we camped each night. We were always close to a stream or lake of some kind. The fishing was very slow. Locals told us we were there about a week early for good inland fishing. It was an amazing trip. Never seen so many mountains and glaciers.
No, but that was due to having some good and generous friends. Flew on a buddies companion pass part way. Just had to pay for airfare from Seattle to Anchorage. Another friend with a very good paying job footed the bill for the RV and wouldn’t accept any funds for it. That was the largest expense. We hit Walmart in Anchorage for groceries and split the bill and ate out a few places along the way. Prospector’s Pizza outside Denali has some awesome reindeer sausage pizza. We also shared the fuel expenses. I probably had less than $1000 in the whole trip. Been a few years so my memory is a little fuzzy on the exact cost. One of these days when I take the family, yes it will cost a fortune.cost you a fortune for the trip?