Thinking of spending some time this summer in Alaska? Look no further than the Alyeska Resort, which has plenty of goings-on this July to keep visitors entertained.
Guests can check out the scenic Alaskan views on the aerial tram ride. Travelers are taken 2,300ft into the air to reach the peaks of Mt. Alyeska. Visitors can enjoy a scenic lunch up on the observation deck or go for a sunset wander. This summer guests can save 20% with the dine & ride special. The offer includes a tram ticket and $20 credit at the mountain top Bore Tide Deli.
The Sitzmark Bar & Grill opens up its deck, Friday through Sunday (plus Labor Day). The bar will be hosting a range of activities this summer, including free live music every Saturday, Absolut trivia nights on Friday, free après bike music and an industry night. The venue also will house the Altos free summer concert series including the Forest Fair After Party with Wasteland Hop and The Railsplitters with Anna Lynch.
The Alyeska Bike Park releases it summer schedule, opening Friday to Sunday from June 27 to September 28. Alaska’s only lift access downhill mountain bike park features various trails for all skills level. New this year is the Downhill Skills Camps for those aged 10 – 15, who are looking to improve their skills on the trails. Guests can buy a bike park season pass and ride easily all summer.
Visitors will be able to experience Alaskan artists, exotic goods, hand crafted items and music at the 39th Annual Girdwood Forest Fair: July 4 – 6. Guest can take advantage of the forest fair package which includes one-night stay$50 Resort Credit, breakfast and tram tickets for the whole family from $339 per night.
Foodies will enjoy the special summer Seven Glaciers Sunday night 3 course chef’s tasting menu special for only $49. The award winning mountain top restaurant offers sweeping views alongside an Alaskan seafood feast.