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BEGINS IN: FAIRBANKS, ALASKA

On the Road: Ultimate Alaska North — Arctic Landscapes, Regal Denali and Kenai Fjords National Park

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Program #17292RJ
12 Days | 11 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Active
Love to learn in a small-group setting? This collection of programs has at most 10-24 participants.
See our Small Group programs.
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.
Equipment Requirements
Good sturdy walking shoes or light hiking boots. Rain gear.

Itinerary for Aug 13 — Aug 24, 2014

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Type: Hotel

Description: In Fairbanks we are staying in one of the newest and fanciest hotels in town. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks overlooking the banks of the Chena River. Shops, museums, restaurants, small museums and historical sites are all within easy walking distance. .

Contact info:
575 First Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701 USA
phone: 907-451-6552
web: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/faish-springhill-suites-fairbanks/

Room amenities: All rooms are suites. Queen beds or better. Sofa, armchair, desk, mini-fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer, ironing board, television with cable, desk, and free high-speed internet access are available.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $156 per night, plus an 8% tax
If you want to arrive early or stay over after the program ends, the Springhill Suites is offering a special Road Scholar rate. BASED UPON AVAILABILITY, the cost for a room is $156 per night, plus an 8% city bed tax. To make reservations, you may either call Becky Brown at 907-273-3724 or make the reservation through e-mail. The address for e-mail is rebecca.brown@nmsusa.com. Be sure to mention that you are with the Fairbanks Road Scholar program when making your reservation.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day One: Wednesday, August 13 - Dinner/Welcome
Arrive To: Dinner in local restaurant

Evening: Welcome to the program by Road Scholar staff.

Lodging: Springhill Suites

Type: Hotel

Description: In Fairbanks we are staying in one of the newest and fanciest hotels in town. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks overlooking the banks of the Chena River. Shops, museums, restaurants, small museums and historical sites are all within easy walking distance. .

Contact info:
575 First Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701 USA
phone: 907-451-6552
web: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/faish-springhill-suites-fairbanks/

Room amenities: All rooms are suites. Queen beds or better. Sofa, armchair, desk, mini-fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer, ironing board, television with cable, desk, and free high-speed internet access are available.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $156 per night, plus an 8% tax
If you want to arrive early or stay over after the program ends, the Springhill Suites is offering a special Road Scholar rate. BASED UPON AVAILABILITY, the cost for a room is $156 per night, plus an 8% city bed tax. To make reservations, you may either call Becky Brown at 907-273-3724 or make the reservation through e-mail. The address for e-mail is rebecca.brown@nmsusa.com. Be sure to mention that you are with the Fairbanks Road Scholar program when making your reservation.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Two: Thursday, August 14 - Field trip to the University of Alaska Museum of ...
Field trip to the University of Alaska Museum of the North/Field trip on the Chena River on the Riverboat Discovery

Breakfast: Breakfast in hotel breakfast room

Morning: Field trip to the University of Alaska Museum of the North. The museum is a world renowned circumpolar research center with extensive collections and information gathered from current and past scientific expeditions in Alaska, America's only arctic state. The museum offers exhibits on Native culture, post-contact history, geology, fauna, flora, the gold rush, the pipeline, the Aurora, plus rotating art and photo exhibits, all housed in a beautiful and striking architectural gem. Special emphasis on Arctic and Sub-Arctic ecology and environment and the people who inhabit this northern edge of our world.

Lunch: Lunch on campus at the University of Alaska Fairbanks

Afternoon: Members of a family that has been captaining riverboats since the beginning of the last century share their knowledge of the river with their passengers. Stop on the banks of the Chena River where you will learn about traditional Native arts and crafts, food preservation, dog-mushing, aviation and life in the far north.

Dinner: We like to let you explore various restaurants in the places we stay. We tend to choose restaurants where locals eat. People usually get to choose their meal from the menu. There is sometimes a price restriction, but there are plenty of selections that are within our budget. Restaurants may include Thai, Mexican, southern barbecue, Chinese and classic Alaskan establishments.

Lodging: Springhill Suites

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: Barrow's newest and fanciest hotel, opened in April, 2014. The hotel is conveniently located near downtown Barrow, overlooking the Arctic Ocean.

Contact info:
3060 Eban Hopson Street
Barrow, AK 88723 USA
phone: 907-852-3900
web: twh@tundratoursinc.com

Room amenities: Free Wi Fi, free cable, free local calls, flat screen TV, coffee maker, iron & ironing board.

Facility amenities: Gift Shop Guest fitness room Guest launderette - coin operated Two guest kitchens (one each on the second & third floors) Three meeting and conference rooms Niggivikput Restaurant - American Cuisine (opening soon)

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Three: Friday, August 15 - Flight to Barrow, the northern-most community in ...
Flight to Barrow, the northern-most community in the United States. Field trip to Inupiat Heritage Center

Breakfast: Breakfast provided by Fairbanks hotel in their dining area

Morning: Barrow is the largest Native village in Alaska. It has a population of about 4,000 people and 65% of the population are Inupiat (commonly known as Eskimo by non Inupiat people). We arrive in Barrow in the late morning.

Lunch: Lunch in Barrow hotel dining area

Afternoon: Field trip around Barrow and surrounding area with a local guide who has extensive knowledge of the city, the people and the history of Barrow. The field trip includes stops at the Wiley Post/Will Rogers memorial, an archeological site containing ancient sod houses and a ride out to the end of the road at Point Barrow, where, weather permitting, we can see the northernmost point of the United States on the (roadless) spit of land that continues to the north. A big highlight is the stop at the Inupiat Heritage Center, which is managed by the Alaska North Slope Borough and is affiliated with the National Park Service and the New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The center has exhibits on the culture and traditions of the Inupiat people of Alaska. There are often presentations by Inupiat Elders. Topics vary, but most focus on Inupiat traditions, the collection and use of resources and the art of the people. There are often demonstrations on creating both art and functional goods that were necessary to sustain life. Sometimes there are singers and dancers who talk about their culture and the meaning of the dances they do.

Dinner: Buffet dinner at Ilisagvik College cafeteria. Return to our Barrow hotel after dinner.

Lodging: Top of the World Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: In Fairbanks we are staying in one of the newest and fanciest hotels in town. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks overlooking the banks of the Chena River. Shops, museums, restaurants, small museums and historical sites are all within easy walking distance. .

Contact info:
575 First Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701 USA
phone: 907-451-6552
web: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/faish-springhill-suites-fairbanks/

Room amenities: All rooms are suites. Queen beds or better. Sofa, armchair, desk, mini-fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer, ironing board, television with cable, desk, and free high-speed internet access are available.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $156 per night, plus an 8% tax
If you want to arrive early or stay over after the program ends, the Springhill Suites is offering a special Road Scholar rate. BASED UPON AVAILABILITY, the cost for a room is $156 per night, plus an 8% city bed tax. To make reservations, you may either call Becky Brown at 907-273-3724 or make the reservation through e-mail. The address for e-mail is rebecca.brown@nmsusa.com. Be sure to mention that you are with the Fairbanks Road Scholar program when making your reservation.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Four: Saturday, August 16 - Cultural presentation from Inupiat Elder, return ...
Cultural presentation from Inupiat Elder, return flight to Fairbanks, field trip to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline

Breakfast: Breakfast in the Barrow hotel dining room

Morning: Lecture presented by an Inupiat Elder who will talk about the Inupiat culture and their responses and traditions connected to the yearly cycle of life as the seasons change and different resources become available. After the lecture, we will fly back to Fairbanks.

Lunch: Lunch in the Fairbanks hotel dining area upon our return from Barrow

Afternoon: Field trip to the Alaska pipeline. The approximately 800 mile pipeline crosses three mountain ranges and is built on permanently frozen ground in the north and areas of active earthquake activity in the south. These challenges led to the creation of cutting edge technology to try to overcome these obstacles. The Alaska pipeline is one of the great engineering feats of the 20th century.

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Springhill Suites

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: In Fairbanks we are staying in one of the newest and fanciest hotels in town. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks overlooking the banks of the Chena River. Shops, museums, restaurants, small museums and historical sites are all within easy walking distance. .

Contact info:
575 First Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701 USA
phone: 907-451-6552
web: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/faish-springhill-suites-fairbanks/

Room amenities: All rooms are suites. Queen beds or better. Sofa, armchair, desk, mini-fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer, ironing board, television with cable, desk, and free high-speed internet access are available.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: $156 per night, plus an 8% tax
If you want to arrive early or stay over after the program ends, the Springhill Suites is offering a special Road Scholar rate. BASED UPON AVAILABILITY, the cost for a room is $156 per night, plus an 8% city bed tax. To make reservations, you may either call Becky Brown at 907-273-3724 or make the reservation through e-mail. The address for e-mail is rebecca.brown@nmsusa.com. Be sure to mention that you are with the Fairbanks Road Scholar program when making your reservation.

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Five: Sunday, August 17 - Field trips to Morris Thompson Cultural Center an...
Field trips to Morris Thompson Cultural Center and the University of Alaska Large Animal Research Center

Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining area

Morning: Road Scholar is hosted in Fairbanks by Denakkanaaga. Denakkanaaga is a non-profit educational organization founded by the local Athabascan Elders of the indigenous tribe of the vast Interior of Alaska and Canada. Denakkanaaga is housed in the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor's Center. The center has exhibits and dioramas on the people of Interior Alaska and the ecosystem we live in, with a focus on Athabascan life in the past and in the present. The Alaska Public Lands Information Center, a storehouse of information and exhibits on the public lands in Alaska, is also located in the same building, as is the Fairbanks Visitors and Convention Bureau. We will have access to films and possibly presentations from their staff. Walk around downtown and check out the Ice Art Museum, featuring a video on carving the ice sculptures for the March Fairbanks Winter Carnival World Ice Art Championship. The museum includes actual ice sculptures shown in a refrigerated case. The Fairbanks City Museum is also downtown, along with statues commemorating the "first family" to cross the Bering Land Bridge into the Americas. There is another set of statues nearby commemorating the Lend Lease program, when the American government was flying planes up to Alaska and then on into Russia to support the Allies during world war II. There are also history plaques about Fairbanks and Alaska and beautiful flowers in Golden Heart Plaza on the banks of the Chena River.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Field trip to the Large Animal Research Station. The research station is a branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Institute of Arctic Biology. Studies of the large ungulates of the Arctic, the musk-oxen, caribou and reindeer, have been ongoing for decades. A researcher or station guide will talk about the biology of the animals and the ecosystems they inhabit. A strong focus is on the different adaptations that the species have made to the same environment. Life cycles and survival strategies will be explained. Pelts, skulls, antlers and horns will be available for hands-on examination and study. One of the highlights of this field trip is the opportunity to see and learn about the musk-oxen. In the same way that seeing giraffes and zebras in the wild indicates you are in Africa, the musk ox is an iconic emblem of the Arctic-you could see bears, wolves and whales in their natural habitats in many other places in the world, but if you want to see musk-oxen in their natural habitat, you must travel to the Arctic. (And have a bit of luck while you're here.).

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Springhill Suites

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: Hotel located in a wooded area on the banks of the Nenana River right outside the southern boundary of Denali National Park

Contact info:
Mile 231.1 Parks Highway
Denali Park, AK 99755 USA
phone: 907-683-2696
web: http://www.denaligrizzlybear.com

Room amenities: Rooms are furnished with in-room coffee, WiFi, cable TV, hair dryers, two double beds, full bathroom, and alarm clocks. ADA approved handicap accessible room

Facility amenities: Small store on premises

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Six: Monday, August 18 - Travel to Denali National Park on the Alaska Rail...
Breakfast: Breakfast on the Alaska Railroad

Morning: Take the Alaska Railroad south from Fairbanks to Denali National Park

Lunch: Lunch at a cafe in Denali National Park

Afternoon: Field trip to the "Front Country" of Denali National Park. Explore the visitor's center, the Murie Science Center and the Alaska Geographic book store. Optional hikes through the woods either on your own or join in with the daily park ranger hike.

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Denali Grizzly Bear Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Lodge

Description: Remote luxury lodge located in in the heart of Denali National Park. Stay in small log cabins.

Contact info:
Mile 97 Denali Park Road
Kantishna, AK 99755 USA
phone: 800-230-7275
web: www.kantishnaroadhouse.com/

Room amenities: Full private bath, climate controls, alarm clock.

Facility amenities: Activity center, library, book shop, gift shop, saloon.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Seven: Tuesday, August 19 - Drive 90 miles into Denali National Park.
Breakfast: Breakfast at our Denali Hotel

Morning: Drive 90 miles into the wilderness of Denali National Park in a school bus to Kantishna Roadhouse. Kantishna is one of only three hotels in the park and has been "grandfathered" to have the right to have guests stay there. It was part of the Kantishna mining operations in the early 20th century. The bus drivers are usually very knowledgeable guides who will teach you about the ecosystem of the park, its flora, fauna, geology, history and topography. Once at the lodge, you may sign up for various hikes, van rides, lectures, a chance to pan for gold, take a bike ride or do some fishing provided by the staff of the lodge.

Lunch: Sack lunch on bus

Afternoon: Continue trip to Kantishna.

Dinner: Dinner at the Kantishna resort

Lodging: Kantishna Roadhouse

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Lodge

Description: Remote luxury lodge located in in the heart of Denali National Park. Stay in small log cabins.

Contact info:
Mile 97 Denali Park Road
Kantishna, AK 99755 USA
phone: 800-230-7275
web: www.kantishnaroadhouse.com/

Room amenities: Full private bath, climate controls, alarm clock.

Facility amenities: Activity center, library, book shop, gift shop, saloon.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Eight: Wednesday, August 20 - Free time to enjoy being in the heart of Denali N...
Breakfast: Breakfast at the resort

Morning: Free morning. Sign up for various levels of hikes with experienced guides. Or just rest and relax in beautiful surroundings.

Lunch: Lunch in the hotel dining area. Or you may pack a sack lunch if you are on a long hike.

Afternoon: Kantishna Roadhouse offers a lecture series on various topics about Alaska and her people, presented by knowledgeable local Alaskans.

Dinner: Dinner at the resort

Lodging: Kantishna Roadhouse

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: Excellent location in downtown Anchorage

Contact info:
115 E. Third Street
Anchorage, AK 99501 USA
phone: 907-272-7561
web: www.ramada.com/Ramada/control/Booking/property_info?propertyId=14614

Room amenities: Television, wireless internet access.

Facility amenities: Fitness center, business center.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Nine: Thursday, August 21 - Drive back through the park, board bus for trip t...
Breakfast: Breakfast at Kantishna Lodge

Morning: This is a LOOOONG day. We leave Kantishna at 5:30 a.m. to return to the front country of the park. We take about an hour or so rest stop at the train station. Then we board a bus to drive to Anchorage. We use a bus because it's faster than the train. If we used the train, we'd get into Anchorage around 8:30 p.m. or later. Using a bus, we get in to Anchorage in the late afternoon and have time for dinner and a quiet evening. The next morning we have to leave the Anchorage hotel at 5:30 a.m. to catch the train to Seward. Whew...

Lunch: Sack lunch for bus trip

Afternoon: Drive to Anchorage, Alaska's largest city.

Dinner: Dinner at a restaurant in our Anchorage hotel.

Lodging: Anchorage Ramada Inn

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: Located right in the heart of downtown Seward, overlooking the small boat harbor.

Contact info:
1306 Seward Highway
Seward, AK 99664 USA
phone: 907-224-5237
web: www.breezeinn.com/index.php

Room amenities: Private bathroom, television, telephones, desk

Facility amenities: Dining room and lounge

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check out time: 11:00 AM

Day Ten: Friday, August 22 - Alaska Railroad to Seward/Field trip to the Alask...
Breakfast: Breakfast on the Alaska Railroad

Morning: Take the Alaska Railroad south through spectacular scenery along the shores of Cook Inlet to Seward on the Kenai Peninsula. The stunning beauty of this trip is one of the best kept secrets of Alaska.

Lunch: Sack lunch at the Alaska Sea Life Center

Afternoon: Field trip to the Alaska Sea Life Center, a cutting edge marine research facility. The center has ongoing research projects and exhibits on the marine life of the South Central northern Pacific shores of Alaska. We will have classes on ongoing research and a behind the scenes tour of the facility. The Alaska Sea Life Center is one of the few good things that came out of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Money from damages assessed by the state on Exxon was used to start up the research center. One special focus was to study the long term effects of the oil spill on the people, the animals and the land of South Central Alaska. The center has become an excellent research facility, drawing students from all over America and some international students also.

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Breeze Inn

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Hotel

Description: Located right in the heart of downtown Seward, overlooking the small boat harbor.

Contact info:
1306 Seward Highway
Seward, AK 99664 USA
phone: 907-224-5237
web: www.breezeinn.com/index.php

Room amenities: Private bathroom, television, telephones, desk

Facility amenities: Dining room and lounge

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check out time: 11:00 AM

Day Eleven: Saturday, August 23 - Field trip to Exit Glacier. Field trip on boat in...
Field trip to Exit Glacier. Field trip on boat into Kenai Fjords National Park.

Breakfast: Breakfast at our Seward hotel

Morning: Field trip to Exit Glacier, part of Kenai Fjords National Park. Hike with a park ranger along flat paved and gravel paths to view the glacier. The ranger will lecture on glaciers and ice ages and environmental changes. Optional hike up a fairly steep hill for more views and an overlook of the face of the glacier.

Lunch: Lunch on the Kenai Fjords National Park boat trip. Set lunch of a chicken wrap, raw carrots and celery and a cookie. Vegetarian option available.

Afternoon: Board a boat in Seward and sail out into beautiful Resurrection Bay and the Kenai Fjords National Park. Resurrection Bay was named by the Russians, who "discovered" the bay on Easter Sunday ("Resurrection" being their designation for "Easter".) On just about every trip we see seals, walruses, otters, numerous birds, including some puffin varieties and sometimes whales, set against a backdrop of magnificent glaciers. We will sail close to a glacier and hopefully will witness some calving while we're at a safe distance offshore.

Dinner: Graduation dinner at one of Seward's finest restaurants.

Lodging: Breeze Inn

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Twelve: Sunday, August 24 - Program ends in Seward after breakfast.
Depart From: The program ends in Seward after breakfast at our hotel. You are responsible for making your own departure arrangements from Seward. But in the past, we have taken a count of the number of people who wanted to return to Anchorage the day the program ended. In every program we've run so far, we had enough people to arrange a charter bus that would leave Seward at a convenient time and place for us and would drop us at the Anchorage airport and then continue to downtown Anchorage. If you would like to join us on our shuttle, contact our Fairbanks office at 907-451-3906 or through e-mail to denakkeh@gmail.com to let us know. The price will depend upon the number of people sharing the cost. In the past, it's been about $55 per person. Shuttle information for those making their own arrangements: Parks Connection. www.alaskacoach.com 800-266-8625. Depart Seward 10:30 a.m. arrive Anchorage 1:30 p.m. $65. Depart Seward 6:30 p. m. arrive Anchorage 9:30 p.m. $55. Seward Alaska Shuttle Bus Service and Tours www.sewardalaskabus.com/ 888-257-8527 Departs Seward 8:30-9:00am. Arrives Anchorage 11:30am Departs Seward 4:30-5:00pm arrives Anchorage 7:30pm. This company runs shuttles to accommodate cruise ship passengers. They only run Friday and Sunday. Depending upon the day and the number of people they have scheduled on the shuttle, the price starts at about $40 and rises from there for fewer riders. IF YOU ARE FLYING OUT OF ANCHORAGE THE SAME DAY YOU ARE LEAVING SEWARD, DO NOT MAKE PLANE RESERVATIONS BEFORE 4:00PM. As an alternative to returning to Anchorage, some people take the Alaska Railroad back to Anchorage at 6:00pm, some take a cruise out of Seward back to the lower 48 and some just hang around Seward for a while to maybe do some fishing and then return to Anchorage on a regular shuttle to fly home another day.

Breakfast: Breakfast in our Seward hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast

Important information about your itinerary:
Please know that while we do everything we can to finalize all aspects of our programs well in advance, there are logistics that occasionally must be altered. Our website will reflect the most recent information, and we are committed to providing you with final program details no later than eight weeks prior to the start of programs outside the U.S. and three weeks prior to the start of programs within the U.S. If you ever have questions about your program, please don't hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

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31 meals: 11 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 10 dinners
11 Expert-led lectures
9 Field trips
1 Hands-on experiences
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2 Flights during the program

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