- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
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Alyeska is where Olympic Gold Medalist Tommy Moe trained. There are two certified (International Ski Federation) downhill courses. Alyeska is World Class, with an average of 631 inches of snowfall every year and 1,000 acres of terrain to romp in. Alyeska Resort is a favored resort for family vacations. Mt. Alyeska offers 2,500 vertical feet of terrain. There are wide open bowls, and long top to bottom runs. The area has the only four diamond hotel in Alaska conveniently located with ski in/ski out access to the trails. The Alyeska Resort Aerial Tramway is a seven-minute ride to a viewing deck with panoramic views of the mountains, hanging glaciers, sparkling streams, towering spruce, and an array of wildlife.
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) has almost 200 flights arriving daily with connections from around the world and direct flights from most major U.S. cities
From ANC to the Hotel Alyeska and Alyeska Resort: Exit International Airport via International Airport Road. Turn right on Omalley Rd. Take Omalley south, then east as it curves left, until you reach New Seward Highway. Turn right on New Seward Highway and proceed south along the Turnagain Arm for approximately 40 miles. Turn left onto the Alyeska Highway at Mile 90; a Tesoro gas station is on the left. At the fork of Crow Creek Highway and Edelweiss Rd, stay right on Edelweiss and go 3 miles until you reach the large Alyeska Resort sign. Turn left onto Arlberg Ave., which winds around for one mile ending up at Hotel Alyeska and Resort.