Alyeska ski resort in Girdwood, Alaska is undoubtedly one of the spring skiing capitals of North America.
They’ve got a lot to offer that other resorts cannot even TOUCH.
ALYESKA’S UNTOUCHABLE SPRING SKIING:
– Open from 11am – 6pm (so you can party late, wake up late, and start partying again while skiing)
– Stunning views of Turnagain Arm & the Legendary Chugach Mountains
– Watch 25 foot tidal swings transform the Arm from mudflats to ocean bay
– Beer served on the upper mountain until 4:30pm
– Sunset at 10:15pm…
– Partying and BBQs in “The Nest” in-bounds at Alyeska until 6pm (photo/description not permitted)
– Big Hair Rock blasting from boom boxes at the base of every lift
– Lifties in Big Hair costume Rocking Out to said Big Hair Rock
– Zero lift lines
– Friendly Alaskans
– An “in your face” Bra Tree with obvious current additions and strong variety (is that a girdle in there?)
– Easy to understnad parking lot signage
The overall experience of skiing in Alaska is a bucket list must. You do not want to go to Alaska and miss out on Alaska’s only true ski town: Girdwood. The place is funky, real, overly natural, and well vibed.
The locals are classic American ski freaks…so you’ll communicate easily.