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The Weather in Talkeetna
Find the Talkeetna climate diagram. July is the warmest month of the year in Talkeetna with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 69°. No heat wave is expected in December, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 6° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Discover Denali with a vacation rental in Talkeetna, Alaska
In the historic mining town of Talkeetna, Alaska, you can rent your own private log cabin near the mighty Susitna river, with views of the nation's highest mountains.
When the days get dark and short in winter, a hot cuppa joe is every Alaskan's best friend. Conscious Coffee has all the basic caffeine boosters and fancy stuff too, from classic cappuccino and espresso to creamy caffe breve and chai tea. Its thorough crepe menu and rich malts, floats, and milkshakes will keep you full.
Alaska is well-represented at the Flying Squirrel Bakery Café, even in its name – the flying squirrel is a local critter. Its organic coffee is always hot, and the sparkling rhubarb-ade is made in house. Take advantage of the wood-fired pizza nights from Thursday through Saturday!
Showcasing Alaska's massive fishing industry, Susitna Salmon Center aims to educate, entertain, preserve, and impress. See salmon swim in aquariums, watch videos to learn the ins and outs of salmon fishing, and spend some time in the interesting (and fishy!) art gallery.
Transformed from the 1930s Territory of Alaska Talkeetna School, the Talkeetna Historical Society now stands to protect the building and other old town treasures. Venture inside to see a full museum, and do the self-guided walking tour to find other important buildings outside.
One of the most famous and grandiose of all parks is Denali State Park/National Park and Preserve, a major draw for visitors in the area. Inside looms magnificent Mount Denali, formerly known as Mount McKinley, and the long-stretching, storied Stampede Trail.
Soar gracefully through boreal forests with Denali Zipline Tours, which provide a vantage point of Denali National Park you won't find anywhere else. Leave fears at home as you pass over ponds and above the forest floor like a flying squirrel! Exciting guided tours last three hours and include training and breaks.
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