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Mt. Alyeska Trail Map


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Be advised that all poles, flags, fencing, signage and padding on equipment or objects or other forms of marking devices are used by the area to inform you of the presence or location of a potential obstacle or hazard. These markers are no guarantee of your safety and will not protect you from injury. It is part of your responsibility under Your Responsibility Code to avoid all obstacles or hazards, including those that are so marked. Be advised that to board a lift is not allowed without sufficient physical dexterity, ability and knowledge to negotiate or to use such lift safely. Using a lift or any area trail when under the influence of drugs or alcohol is not allowed. Loading and unloading procedures are posted at the base of each lift. If you are unfamiliar with the area Begin with runs marked Easiest Progress to less Difficult Advance to More Difficult If ability allows, use Most Difficult Very experienced, use Expert

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Please review this safety information and study mountain and weather conditions.

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This system of difficulty markers is relative and only valid at this area. This system is not necessarily the same as a similarly rated trail at another area. Skiers/boarders should begin with the easiest trails regardless of ability level, until familiar with the trails at the area. During periods of low visibility or other inclement weather and snow conditions, the degree of difficulty of the ski/snowboard runs may change. Please observe the posted SLOW ZONE areas by maintaining a speed no faster than the general flow of traffic. Fast and aggressive skiing/boarding will not be tolerated.

the responsibility code


Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them. You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above. Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others. Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment. Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas. Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

average snowfall
Top ..........................................................................................................635 Midway ....................................................................................................507 Base ..........................................................................................................197 Based on a 27-year average lift system Chair #1 Chair #3 Chair #4 Chair #6 Chair #7 Tanaka Tram Pony #1 Magic Carpet

lift operations
lift type Double Double Fixed quad Detachable Fixed quad Double Tram Surface Surface vertical rise 2,020 310 1,370 1,400 289 530 2,025 34 26 duration 12 min. 4 min. 10 min. 5 min. 6 min. 3 min. 3.5 min. 1 min. 1 min. skiers/ hour 800 1,080 2,100 2,400 2,000 1,200 800 556 705

mountain operating hours


All Day ....................................................................... 10:30 am - 5:30 pm 1/2 Day ........................................................................ 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm 1/2 Day/Night ............................................................ 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm Late Day ........................................................................ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Night ............................................................................. 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm Late Night ..................................................................... 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Spring Ski (Fri. & Sat. Mar. 21 - April 27) ........... 10:30 am - 6:30 pm Operating season is November - June. Night hours are Thurs. - Sun. mid-December - mid-March and Holidays. Subject to change due to weather and snow conditions.

mountain statistics
Summit elevation ................................................................................ 3,939 Base elevation.......................................................................................... 274 Vertical rise .......................................................................................... 2,500 Top of Chair #6 elevation ................................................................. 2,750 . Glacier tram terminal elevation ........................................................ 2,303 Glacier Bowl elevation........................................................................ 3,400 Total number of runs ............................................................................... 68

Alyeska Resort is committed to promoting slope safety. Slope users include alpine skiers, telemark skiers, snowboarders and those with disabilities and/or specialized equipment. Always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing/boarding that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Know your ability level and stay within it.

Ticket refunds will not be issued if lifts close due to inclement weather.
daily ski hotline: ski-snow (754-7669)

Alyeska Resort offers further education on the responsibility code at no cost.

Maximum lift capacity - 11,416 skiers/snowboarders per hour

a winter wonderland
Alyeska Resort boasts an average annual snowfall of 635 inches Mt. Alyeska offers 2,500 vertical feet of terrain Alyeska Resort is one of the only ski areas in the world with a view of the ocean Wide open bowls and long top-to-bottom runs are sure to please beginner and intermediate skier/riders Experts skier and riders can enjoy the steeper terrain on North Face, the longest ungroomed double black diamond run in North America Ski or ride after the sun goes down on 2,000 vertical feet of lighted nighttime terrain Watch for the dancing Northern Lights making any visit unique Enjoy extended ski days with the most spring daylight hours available in the United States

winter activities
World-class alpine skiing/snowboarding for all abilities Nine lifts including aerial tram and high speed quad Helicopter and snowcat skiing/snowboarding Dogsled tours and snowshoeing Flightseeing and snowmobiling Glacier and wildlife cruises year-round Ice skating on the hotels pond 50 Kilometers of tracked and untracked multi-use trails Half-pipe and terrain park Alpine, cross country ski, snowboard and snowshoe rentals To make a reservation for winter activities or for more information, contact Alyeska Resorts Guest Services Department at 907-754-2108.

mountain hosts
The Mountain Host Department offers free daily skiing and riding tours of the mountain. The mountain tours last approximately two hours and are designed to familiarize you with the skiing and riding terrain on Mt. Alyeska. The Hosts also share fun mountain facts and are resources to learn about other great activities at the resort. This is a great way to make your stay more enjoyable.

Located just 40 miles south of Anchorage, enjoy our full service luxury accommodations while experiencing the adventure of the wilderness. Discover the elegance in a pristine setting, where rugged mountains are filled with hanging glaciers, towering spruce trees prevail and the fresh air is a deep breath of tranquility. Offering amenities for all season including Spa, 5 dining venues featuring our award winning mountain top Seven Glaciers Restaurant, fitness center with saltwater pool and whirlpool, game room, shopping, and conference facilities. By delivering a unique atmosphere of adventure, relaxation, and discover we will exceed the expectations of our guest.

rentals and repair


Alyeska Resorts rental department offers a full line of rental equipment for beginner to expert skiers and snowboarders. The Rental and Repair Shop in the Daylodge, located near the base of Chair 4, offers a selection of ski and snowboard rentals. The Rental and Repair Shop in The Hotel Alyeska offers alpine and cross country skis and snowshoes. Both locations provide tune-ups, mounting, waxing and repairs.

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mountain learning center


Alyeskas Mountain Learning Center provides and exemplary and complete standards-based education available for privates, groups, and all ability levels. Our instructors are certified by Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors. Private clinics are available for children ages 2-4 and group lessons for ages 5 and above. Emphasis is based on cooperative, hands-on, theme based learning

alyeska ski patrol


Alyeskas boundary is closed and may not be crossed, except where signage permits. Much of Alyeskas boundary is defined by avalanche prone areas. Entering these areas can result in serious injury or death and can endanger you as well as others. You may be fined by the State of Alaska if you enter a closed area. In case of injury, cross your skis above the accident scene and have another individual contact the Alyeska Ski Patrol. Ski Patrol members can be identified with red parkas marked with a white cross, or stop at any chairlift terminal. First Aid stations are located at the base of Mt. Alyeska near Chair 4, the top of Mt. Alyeska near the top of Chair 6 and in the historic Roundhouse next to the Upper Glacier Terminal. Alyeska Resort is equipped with the RECCO locator system. Ski Patrol carries avalanche beacons on 457 frequency only.

lift tickets
These may be purchased at the ticket window or ticket kiosk located either at the Daylodge or on the second floor of The Hotel Alyeska.

resort telephone directory


Snow Conditions & Events Hotline ....... 907-754-7669 (ski-snow) The Hotel Alyeska Room Reservations ....................... 907-754-2111 Ski & Tram Ticket Office .............................................. 907-754-2275 Mountain Learning Center Hotline ............................. 907-754-2280 Mountain Learning Center Desk .......................907-754-2285, dial 2 Restaurant Reservations ................................................ 907-754-2237 Conferences, Catering & Group Bookings .................. 907-754-2213

lost and found


To recover a lost item please call the Alyeska Security Department at 754-2131. If an item is found, please turn-into the Security Department located on the first floor of The Hotel Alyeska.

learn to ride program


Burtons Learn to Ride program incorporates the right equipment with proven teaching methods to make learning to snowboard easy and fun for everyone. The instructional methods and Burton equipment are specifically for beginners. Learn-to-Ride is a specialized program for those seeking to progress to the next level. Our equipment for beginners is tailored by gender and age to maximize each individuals learning potential.

helmets - a smart idea


Alyeska encourages guests to educate themselves on the benefits and limitations of helmets. Every skier and snowboarder shares the responsibility for their own and others safety using the area.

Mountain Host Department ............................................ 907-754-2268

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The upper half of the mountain is on AK Department of Natural Resources land under special permit to Alyeska Resort

snow conditions and events hotline 907-754-7669 (ski-snow)

907-754-1111 or 1-800-880-3880 p.o. box 249 girdwood, alaska 99587 alyeskaresort.com

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