Fast Facts for the Busy Bride or Honeymooner
Fast Facts for the Destination Weddings in Alaska
In-Depth Romantic Travel Articles
- Romantic Getaways at Alaska’s Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge “North to the Future”– more than just the state motto of Alaska, it is a call to romantics looking to live out their dreams. The wonders of the land dubbed the last frontier played a role in the love stories of two generations of hosts–Kevin and Lucinda Sidelinger and Bowman and Jessica Sidelinger–at Alaska’s Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge, a Halibut Cove haven for lovebirds. Lovetripper.com recently interviewed Jessica–who fell in love with her future husband while working at the lodge and now manages the facility– to learn more about this hideaway.
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- A Romantic Hideaway in the Wilderness
- Connecting Cruise Ship Passengers to the Far Reaches of The Last Frontier Imagine sipping chilled wine or cappuccino as you watch the sun set and the sky burst into prisms of color over jagged mountain peaks topped with snow. Reclining in your lush, oversized seat as you begin your journey to Denali, passing through mountains and over rivers as you spot moose, caribou, dall sheep and grizzlies roam the wilderness. Disembarking for an overnight stay in the Talkeetna Lodge with a spectacular view of Mount McKinley in the distance. Doesn’t sound like your typical cruise vacation, does it?
- Striking Gold in Alaska Prospectors came to this rugged region a century ago to look for gold. Although the precious metal was spotted, today Alaska’s real treasure lies in the state’s extensive outdoor opportunities. Lovers find countless chances for outdoor adventure in the wilderness. Couples can view Alaska’s northern lights, the Aurora Borealis, cross the Arctic Circle, view the highest mountain peak in North America, try to reel in a 400-plus pound halibut, or observe some of the 900,000 wild caribou that populate the state’s interior and Far North regions.
- Pearson’s Pond Warms Hearts in Alaska by Kathie Farnell