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Kick off Spring Break with three nights of The Mother Hips, original California soul since 1991! The San Francisco based band will be making their first ever stop to Alaska and they are pumped to play in front of the opening weekend spring break crowd. The Sitz will also be offering ...Read More
The beginning part of the Alaskan winter is long. Towards the middle to end of October folks start to notice the days getting shorter and colder with that trend stretching into November. The temps drop and the rain storms that frequent southcentral AK start to deliver snow on the higher ...Read More
Andrew was born in Homer, Alaska. He was an avid athlete and wrestler that dreamed of one day representing his country on the wrestling mat. After moving to Palmer, Alaska and winning multiple state titles Andrew was injured in the summer of 2005 in an ATV accident while in route to his ...Read More
Lesson offer extended through February!
Try something NEW this winter! Alyeska Resort is celebrating Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month with a special offer to get kids and adults out on the snow and taking lessons from our professional team of instructors. Get three beginner lessons for only $99 (save $126!). This special offer has now been extended through February 2014!
Alyeska Resort LSSM Speical Offer:
Get 3 Beginner Lessons for $99
Package includes 3 beginner group ski or snowboard lesson, rental equipment and lower mountain lift ticket.
Mountain Learning Center: 907-754-2280
About Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month
Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month is a national initiative celebrated in January that encourages kids and adults to learn how to ski and/or snowboard, or improve their skills by taking lessons from a professional instructor. Ski areas and resorts throughout the U.S. offer free and reasonably priced lesson programs during January in an effort to get more people on the snow. The LSSM website offers a comprehensive listing of participating resorts and retailers. It also includes information on preparing for a quality snow experience and staying involved.
We want to get more American families on the slopes, enjoying a healthy winter lifestyle. We love to ski and snowboard, and we want to share our love of the sport and encourage others. By working collectively, the snow sports industry has created a resource that makes it easy for consumers to find nearby learning programs and practical information to help them become advocates.
Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month was started in 2009 when resort associations in just a couple of states decided to launch their state-wide programs. Now, more than 300 ski areas, resorts and Nordic Centers offered special learning programs during January. In some states, learning programs for cross country skiing and snowshoeing are also offered as part of the initiative.
Already ski or snowboard? Take the Bring a Friend Challenge!