This is a lovely area with lots of activities year round. There are several great hiking trails, mountain bike trails, and skiing in the winter. The views are magnificent and you can ride the tram to the top of the mountain for beautiful vistas.
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Combine the Byron Glacier Trail (free), the Visitor Centre, the drive through the tunnel under Maynard Mountain, Portage Pass, and the Tram ride in one day. Finish it off with an amazing meal at Seven Glaciers, or if you'd like basic fare, there are plenty...More
We went to their Fiddle Fern Festival and found it really fun and enjoyable. The Lodge itself is very warm and inviting as well. It was a great place to stop and recharge after a long hike. The restaurant was good too. We did not...More
While looking to book a hotel in either Seward or the surrounding areas, I came across the Alyeska Lodge/Hotel. I looked at TripAdvisor and Groupon and came across this lodge/hotel. Fortunately, Groupon had a phenomenal rate, and I booked it! I am so glad we...More
take the tram and count as you go or hike the cut back trail up but not down as it is quite steep. check out the observatory deck
You can walk the wildtrail and jump over with a tram over the river, the hike is about 2 hours, fantastic, ask the hotel for options!
We took the sky tram to the top of the resort and had lunch. The food was good but the view was breathtaking. So worth the visit:)
We went for a few days during February school vacation. We've avoided skiing at Tahoe resorts the past few years because of the crowds, and iffy snow. At Alyeska, lift tickets were half the price of big Tahoe resorts and the mountain had far more...More
This trip was to attend the Blueberry Festival. Small, quaint, friendly vendors, plenty of diversified food vendors and excellent music. We did not go up to the blueberry field to pick our own blueberries, however that was another thing you could do. Bought Blueberry pie,...More
The staff upgraded our 2nd stay at Alyeska and as before enjoyed every minute there. We took the Tram up to the Seven Glacier Restaurant and enjoyed our Dinner in that Lounge. We ate breakfast the next morning in the main restaurant and it too...More