Talkeetna Alaska is located 2.5 hours north of Anchorage and is accessible by vehicle, the Alaska Railroad, or by small aircraft. The townsite is located halfway between Anchorage and the entrance to Denali National Park. Many visitors get their best views of Mt. McKinley from Talkeetna due to the picturesque proximity to the Alaska Range and it's surrounding rivers. Talkeetna is at the confluence of three rivers hosting all 5 species of slamon, and a wide variety of boating and rafting oppotunities.
Denali State Park is 45 minutes north of the townsite with hiking trails that afford acces to the tundra and great view of McKinley from above treeline. Talkeetna has a unique history, is big on character, and is the jumping off place for expeditions up McKinley - making this small town a special place to visit.
Vacation Rental Property
All three of Traleika Mountaintop Cabins are custom crafted cedar sided cottages and each is unique.
Sleeps & # of Bedrooms
Each cabin has one private bath and can sleep from 2-6 for Sultana Cottage and Birchcrest Cabin and 2-8 for the denali View Guesthouse
Cabins all have wifi, TV/VCR ( Sultana Cottage and Birchcrest) or TV/DVD ( Denali View Guesthouse)
phones, kitchen facilites, decks with gas grills
Policies & Restrictions
No smoking, no pets.
Rates & Availability
Denali View Guesthouse - $205.00 double occupancy
Birchcrest Cabn - $185.00 double occupancy
Sultana Cottage - $165.00 double occupancy
Addiitional Guests - $20 each
Children under 12 free of charge
- Telephone - Free Local Calls
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Vacation Rentals Owner (View My Profile)
Your hosts are long time Alaskan adventure enthusiasts! Our family enjoys the Alaskan backcountry and looks forward to sharing the area with you. We have traveled to many of Alaska's most spectacular sites flying a super cub, skiing, , kayaking, climbing, and trekkiing.
Talkeetna is the ideal location to stage an Alaskan adventure - it's proximity to Denali National Park cannot be beat! Local activities include flightseeing, fishing, rafting, hiking, canoeing, and taking in the historic Talkeetna townsite. The village hosts a colorful history from mountaineering, to the early mining and railroad days.