Denali Highway is a 135 mile dirt road between the Parks Highway (the highway to Denali National Park) and the Richardson Highway (Fairbanks to Valdez). I had previously explored a portion of it back in June when we were at Denali National Park. The road is supposed to have gorgeous vistas of the Alaska Range and lots of viewing of wild life. With this in mind we headed out to see what we could see with some cloud cover.
We drove out to the 86 mile post. We saw mountain tops but not the high mountains of the Alaska Range nor of Mt. McKinley. It was too overcast. We were not disappointed about seeing wild life though. We saw several herds of caribou, swans, eagles. I even found a blueberry patch with ripe berries and picked some for breakfast. Yumm.