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Winter Dreamin’ – Season Pass Sale Ends June 30
June 28, 2016

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$999 Season Pass Sale. Purchase By June 30!  It may be the middle of summer but ski and snowboard fanatics everywhere always have snow on the back of their minds. Summer is great, it really is, especially in Alaska. The [...]

Winter Dreamin’ – Season Pass Sale Ends June 30,



Winterland – a Tribute Band to a Legendary Band and Venue
June 14, 2016

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Live at Winterland, if you were in the “scene” in San Francisco in the 70’s you were and still are aware of what Winterland was, a legendary music venue. Originally built as a theater and ice rink, Winterland was a 5,400-seat [...]

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Alyeska Bike Park Opens JUNE 3RD – 6th Season of Operations
May 23, 2016

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The melting snow on the mountain doesn’t mean mountain fun is over. It’s time to ditch the two planks (or one) for two wheels and snow gear for knee pads and bike shorts. The Alyeska Bike Park is set to [...]

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Bear & Wildlife Viewing

Viewing bear in their natural environment is a quintessential Alaska experience. These magnificent animals are captivating to watch, and the best way to ensure a quality viewing experience is to fly-in with a top outfitter. Bear follow their food source. This means that bear viewing times can change from year to year, following the salmon runs. The available times for bear viewing trips range from June to mid-September, with a peak season in July and August. We recommend planning ahead for bear viewing trips as these are popular and the fly-in nature of the trips may require additional travel logistics and time.

All tours listed below can be booked through Alyeska's Concierge Desk: 907-754-2108. The Concierge Desk is located next to the Front Desk at The Hotel Alyeska.

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Lake Clark National Park               

Seventy miles southwest of Anchorage is the grand entrance to Lake Clark Wilderness Park & Preserve. Lake Clark NP is also the home to Redoubt Mountain Lodge, the only private property within a 25-mile radius and accessible only by float plane providing a truly a remote Alaskan experience.  The lodge as your luxury base camp and is located on the glacier-fed waters of Crescent Lake where the guided bear viewing tour starts. This unique viewing opportunity is by boat (open boat/6 person capacity) with an expert guide with local knowledge on  local bear and other wildlife, as well as national park information.

  • Departs: 8 am
  • Available in August and September
  • Trip ranges from 10-12 hours in length with a 45-minute flight each way
  • 2-person minimum
  • Includes roundtrip float plane flight to/from lodge, bear viewing, lunch at lodge, and after-lunch activity including hiking, kayaking or more bear viewing
  • Homemade lunch at Redoubt Mountain Lodge with complimentary beer and wine (21 & over) 
  • Rain poncho is provided if necessary
Katmai National Park Bear Viewing

This trip to the remote Katmai National Park is truly a bear viewing expedition.  The scenic seaplane ride soars past glaciers and volcanoes to the most famous brown bear country of southwest Alaska.  Watch brown bear fish for spawning salmon from elevated viewing platforms and boardwalks at Brook Falls. National Park rangers will provide a safety briefing on arrival at the park, and be on-hand for questions. This is a self-guided trip. Bear viewing includes walking on the option of two relatively flat paths.

  • Departs: 8 am and upon availability
  • Trip is 12 hours in length including a three-hour flight each way
  • Available July
  • Deli-style lunch included
Redoubt Bay Lodge

Take off by seaplane form Anchorage’s Lake Hood float plane base to Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, site of Redoubt Bay Lodge. Flight time is 50 minutes each way.  At the remote wilderness lodge, learn about black and brown bears and their natural behaviors from experienced natural history guides. Bear viewing takes place by covered boat. 

  • Departs hotel at 8 am or 12:30 pm
  • Trip is 6 ½ hours in length including a 50 minutes flight each way
  • Available June- August
  • Each boat seats 6 passengers
  • Deli-style lunch is included

Offered by Rust's Flying Service 


 Contact Alyeska's Concierge Desk at 907-754-2108.


 



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