Skiing in Alaska
Jan-Dec, Alyeska Resort, Alaska
There are 1000 acres of skiing in the Alyeska Resort, Alaska, as well as activities like whale watching, bear watching,kayaking and riding with huskies on dogsleds
Alaska is full of adventure, from the mild to the wild. From whale watching, wildlife and glacier tours,cultural experiences of historical towns and gold mines to the Alaskan wilderness and fantastic skiing opportunities.
Alyeska Resort is the winter getaway Alaska destination. There is plenty of snow, fun and adventure for everyone at Alyeska Resort with over 1,000 skiable acres of terrain appropriate for all ages and skill levels.
In addition to your ski experience you can also enjoy the huge number of other experiences Alaska has to offer. Picnic near an Ice Age glacier or raft a raging river.
Experience gold rush excitement aboard a sternwheeler or try your hand fishing for Alaska’s world-class halibut and salmon. Skim the wilderness in a “bush” plane or helicopter or take a flightseeing trip over some of the most breathtaking mountains in North America.
Whale watching is a favourite Alaska pastime with humpback and killer whales present in large numbers. The best places to spot them is in the Inside Passage, Prince William Sound, and Glacier Bay.
Alaska is host to more than 98 percent of America’s entire population of brown bears, plus it is also home to large populations of black bears and polar bears.
Brooks River Falls in Katmai National Park is world-famous for its bear viewing possibilities, during the peak season at Brooks Falls, there can be as many as 60 to 80 bears on the river and up to about 12 bears fishing for salmon at the falls at once.
While kayaking can be a soothing day spent floating along at just about any pace, rafting is dictated by the river and can be a thrill ride or a lazy meander, depending on what type of river and rafting tour you choose.
Dogsledding gives visitors a taste of Last Frontier life and legend. And even in the snowless months of summer, dogsled rides are available on glaciers.
Helicopters ferry visitors into the mountains, where glaciers provide year-round ice and snow.
Packages can be tailored to suit any number of individuals or groups. They can incorporate a whole range of activities, lodging types and bespoke agendas Prices available on application.