Season Passes – Get ‘Em While They’re HOT! Buy your pass HERE Undoubtedly skiers and riders from all over Alaska are diving headfirst in to summer. But as we all know summer in AK can pass by very quickly and before we know it we’ll be getting excited for the termination ...Read More
Quite possibly the most fun thing to happen to summers in Alaska since the invention of the float plane and the fly rod has to be the Alyeska Bike Park which just so happens to be starting up its fifth summer of operations June 19, 2015! The 2015 season in ...Read More
Peter Rowan Headlines Fiddlehead Festival and Sitzmark Concert Mark your calendars for June 6 & 7 and plan on being at the hotel courtyard for Alyeska’s FREE annual Fiddlehead Festival event celebrating the beginning of another fantastic Alaskan summer. The Fiddlehead Festival takes place from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. ...Read More
Alyeska Resort’s 5th Season of Bike Park Operations Generates a Buzz - June 29, 2015
Alyeska Resort entered its fifth season of bike park operations on June 19 with hundreds of local riders showing up with full suspension bikes to ride the State of Alaska’s only lift accessible downhill single track trails. The addition of the bike park allows the resort to operate its chairlifts in the summer months as well as offer Alaskans and visitors to the state a challenging and unique recreational option.
March Snow 2015 - April 1, 2015
A winter storm that blew through Southcentral Alaska at the end of March has left Alyeska Resort covered in nearly three feet of snow from mid-mountain to the top. The recent snowfall has allowed Alyeska Ski Patrol to open terrain higher up on the mountain including High Traverse, Sun Spots, Center Ridge and High Silver much to the delight of skiers and snowboarders.
Local Skiers Reach Two Million Vertical Feet - March 3, 2015
Local skiers at Alyeska Resort have been logging millions of vertical feet this season despite a lower-than-average snowfall season. Thirteen local skiers have totaled over one million vertical feet each with one skier logging over two million vertical feet. Alyeska’s vertical tracker system, which is integrated into the RFiD gates located at each lift, automatically adds the vertical measurement of each lift and is stored in the resort’s database every time a skier completes a lap.