Carlsbad Caverns National Park Carlsbad Cavern is the most famous of over one hundred limestone caves found in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Chihuahuan Desert, New Mexico. There is more to Carlsbad Caverns than just caves, although clearly the caves are no doubt the main reason for visiting. In the park you will also… Continue Reading Carlsbad Caverns: entering the bat cave!
Denali Park Road The Denali Park Road is the only road through Denali National Park and Preserve. It’s 92 miles long and runs parallel to the magnificent Alaska Range. Private vehicles are allowed in the park but can only drive as far as the 15th mile to a place called Savage River, where there is a campground, shuttle stop and… Continue Reading Road trip through Denali National Park
Have you heard of a town called Chicken? It’s one of those small places with a funny name in the middle of nowhere. When I say the middle of nowhere, I mean in a remote part of Alaska, off the Taylor Highway, approximately 80 miles NE of Tok, Alaska and 100 miles west of Dawson City, Yukon, Canada. It’s a… Continue Reading A town called Chicken, Alaska