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Alaska cruise & Denali with 1-year old?

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We are hoping to go to Alaska this summer - probably in August. Assuming we can make the time work, our plan is to do a short road trip through the Canadian rockies (I've done this part before so am pretty familiar with this part), cruise north from Vancouver, and then spend a few days in Denali. Our baby will be a year old, and we would like to bring her along instead of leaving her for 12+ nights home with my parents (though that is an option).

We are pretty active and usually ambitious when traveling, but obviously we know we have to make some concessions due to traveling with a baby. Has anyone done an Alaskan cruise and/or Denali with a baby around this age? Any advice? Or are we just crazy?!

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