Mountain retreat

The Alyeska Resort is set in the Chugach Mountains near the town of Girdwood. Area activities include sea kayaking and gold panning. With an aerial tram and chairlifts, Alyeska is a haven for skiing and snowboarding in the winter and mountain biking and hiking in the summer.

  • Points of Interest

    • Alyeska Resort Aerial Tramway
    • Crow Creek Mine
    • Ghost Forest
    • Turnagain Arm
  • Activities

    • Glacier viewing
    • Scenic cruising

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