Alyeska Hideaway

Address: 164 Doran Lane, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | Campground
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    Travel Blogs from Girdwood

    The glaciers are amazing

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 11, 2015

    10 photos

    ... is open on the half hour for 15 mins, then it is open from Whittier on the hour for 15 mins. Arriving at 10 past meant we had no waiting time. It is strange to go into a small opening in such a high mountain and come out the other end after almost 10 mins, driving at 25 mph. Whittier is the port for Prince William Sound which is famous for its day cruises and fishing. There was a cruise ship in and a huge harbour with many small craft. There is a multi storey building ...

    The awesomness of Whittier

    A travel blog entry by takethisandrun on Jun 21, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... cruise was excellent. We saw a series of glaciers, whales, more bald eagles, and a lone sea otter. We got very close to a gull nesting site that a bald eagle was eyeing (while being attacked by some crows). Waterfalls ran down the sides of the mountain from the glaciers all over the place. TONS and tons of really amazing waterfalls. There was a park ranger on board that was giving us facts and answering questions about the land formations, history of the ...


    A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 05, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... the ship. SPECTACULAR !!!

    We sailed right to the end of the bay to Harvard Glacier ..... I swear I thought the ship was going to bump into the glacier. This glacier was 2 miles wide .... Not quite as high as Margerie but because of the calmness of the water and the lack of icebergs we could get so close.

    There were otters floating on their backs and a seal on an iceberg but they seemed to like the port side of the boat and we didn't see them.

    Again ...

    Mining for Gold

    A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 12, 2014

    34 photos

    ... rainier, but still have the long days of sun the flowers just thrive. We walked around a bit and then hiked down to the river were we panned for gold. We each found a few flakes, but much to Cole's disappointment we did not strike it rich. We headed back to Anchorage, parked the RV and did some touristy shopping. Stopped in at Humpy's for a drink, and also made a return stop to the State Trooper Museum. After walking around for awhile we got in the RV and headed to Eagle ...

    Leaving Alaska

    A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Aug 02, 2014

    39 photos

    ... moose and barley soup at a local café, we hiked into the hills to pick salmonberries and see the salmon further upstream who had already spawned in the gravel of the tiny streams and were dying; a sorry sight but all part of nature’s cycle as they are food for birds, bears and their decaying bodies nourish the ground for plants to grow.