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  2. Girdwood
Comfortable and Cozy Girdwood Cabin

The cabin is conveniently located between the Alyeska resort and the town square (and just two blocks to the brewery!). Thoughtful and modern amenities mix nicely with the rustic design - attention to the small details. Romantic retreat or family vacation; Sleeps 4 comfortably and 6 with pullout sofa. Ideal for Alaskan adventures - skiing in winter and hiking/glacier/wildlife sightseeing in the summer. A-Chalet welcomes you as you explore the beauty of Alaska!

$221 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Cozy cabin with private hot tub, quiet location blocks from the resort & trails

 

$174 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Quiet Forest Cabin · Creekside Hot Tub!

To minimize Covid-19 impacts to our community we ask that travelers please read the State of Alaska Health Mandates (especially testing/quarantine) before booking. Please travel responsibly :) This cozy creekside cabin is a perfect Girdwood retreat for couples, small families or solo travelers. Conveniently located on a quiet road, this wood filled space offers privacy and comfort with nature out the door. Take a soak in the hot tub or relax in the sunny main room with a well appointed kitchen.

$226 per night

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  2. Girdwood
Girdwood Getaway
$298 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Lovely sunny mountain base 1-bedroom condo
$122 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Beautiful condo with custom touches & mountain views
$114 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Delightful condo 2 minute walk to chair lift!
$154 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Girdwood studio apartment at base of Alyeska
$174 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Slopeside studio condo. Fantastic location!
$149 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Secluded cottage w/mountain views and gas fireplace - close to lifts/activities!
$227 per night
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  2. Anchorage
A cozy condo on Mt Alyeska in Girdwood Alaska!
$135 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Girdwood Getaway w/ Slope Views: Walk to Lift!
$141 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Cozy Condo @ Base of Mt Alyeska - Prime Location!
$188 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Beautifully updated condo - great location
$175 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Dog-Friendly Condo with WiFi, Wood-Burning Fireplace, Washer/Dryer, & Ski View
$97 per night

Alyeska condo rentals

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  2. Girdwood
1BR Renovated Alyeska View Condo w/ Jetted Tub
$214 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Spacious Mountainside Studio
$125 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Alyeska condo-home away from home
$271 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Condo with cozy atmosphere & great location - ski-in/out access
$127 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Newly renovated Girdwood ski in condo
$126 per night
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Girdwood cozy mountainside studio "prime location"
$201 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Sea to ski mountain escape and explore
$280 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Slopeside Unit/Fantastic view!
$250 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Charming, dog-friendly condo w/ mountain views & a wood stove - ski-in/ski-out!
$130 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Girdwood “AKAMAI” Condo (Bike/Ski In or Out)
$210 per night
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  2. Girdwood
Renovated condo with mountain views, access to hiking & skiing
$157 per night
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  2. Anchorage
Mountain Chalet with Hot Tub
$400 per night

Your guide to Alyeska

All About Alyeska

Set among south-central Alaska’s untamed wilderness on the eastern edges of Glacier Valley, Alyeska Mountain is a towering geological formation overlooking the small community of Girdwood. The mountain area lies under an hour from the metropolitan center of Anchorage, making Alyeska a popular wintertime destination for locals and visitors who want to take to the slopes on one of Alaska’s only ski hills — which is also one of the highest-rated ski destinations in the country.

The dense coastal rainforests surrounding the mountain bring hikers, mountain bikers, and adventurers from far and wide during the summertime, when the snow has dissipated and the rugged Alaskan interior opens up for exploration. In the nearby community of Girdwood, you’ll find restaurants, breweries, cabin rentals, and outfitters offering equipment rentals for travelers taking on the Chugach Range. For even more adventure, consider hiking Portage Valley, or kayaking on Portage Lake to the base of the nearby glaciers.


How do I get around Alyeska?

If you’re flying into the region, all itineraries will route you through Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC), 45 minutes away from Girdwood. Once you’re in Anchorage, renting a vehicle at the airport and driving the scenic Seward Highway — which runs along the stunning waterway of Turnagain Arm, with the snow-capped Kenai Mountains in the distance — is the most straightforward option for getting into town and exploring the surrounding areas. However, if your travel plans consist solely of skiing, consider taking the Alaska Railroad Train. Glacier Valley Transit (GVT) bus service runs year-round into the ski hill areas, so a rental vehicle is not always necessary.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Alyeska?

The extremes of Alaska’s far northern climate are in full force in Girdwood and on Alyeska Mountain. The summers consist of long, warm days — often approaching 20 hours or more of daylight — that provide excellent conditions for exploring the rainforests, wild rivers, and rugged terrain of the Kenai Peninsula. Conversely, the winter months are long, dark, and frigidly cold, with dozens of feet of snow accumulating throughout the season on the valley floor and the mountains. Short transitional seasons offer brilliant displays of spring blossoms and vast swaths of golden forests in autumn.

Regardless of the season, however, it is wise to pack a waterproof jacket and several layers, because rain is a constant presence in the area. It can get chilly even in the summer, depending upon where you are on the mountain. Several festivals and events occur throughout the year in Girdwood, independent of the seasonal conditions. The Alyeska Slush Cup, for instance, is a capstone to the ski season held in April that sees costumed skiers try their best to skim a pond at high speeds.


What are the top things to do in Alyeska?

Upper Iditarod Trail

Around three miles long, this section of the iconic Iditarod Trail was used by gold miners to travel between backcountry mines and the coastal communities. You can find a trailhead along Crow Creek Road, four miles northwest of town. Today, the route is popular with hikers and mountain bikers looking to challenge themselves in the depths of the Alaskan wilderness.

Portage Valley & Glacier

Portage Glacier once extended the entire length of the 14-mile-long Portage Valley, but climatic fluctuations have broken it into several smaller, but still vast, glaciers. The nearly ten-story-tall, six-mile-long Portage Glacier can be accessed by boat via Portage Lake; you can sign up for a cruise to learn all about the area’s history and geology. You can also explore the valley by hiking or mountain biking — the five-mile Trail of Blue Ice, which connects many of the glaciers, is an unforgettable experience.

Round House Historical Museum

Sitting at 2,280 feet, this octagonal mountaintop museum showcases the history of Alyeska Mountain and Girdwood, with photo exhibits covering mining, skiing, and the frontier era. The 1960s former warming hut is now on the National Historic Register, and the views of the towering mountain peaks are spectacular. The museum is accessible year-round by tram or, in winter, ski lift.