More Articles by Alyeska Resort

Snow Film Series

It’s great to be living in Alaska. When I travel and people ask where I’m from and their faces light up with excitement when I tell them AK. I get a lot of “man, you must like to cold.” or “I’ve always wanted to go there!” or “is it as wild as …Read More

December 6th, 2012 in Mountain News

Painting Skiing’s Sistine Chapel: Powder Magazine November ’12

Words: Brooke Edwards Thou shalt ski. Thou shalt après ski. Thou shalt dance beneath the heavens adorned with blacklight glitter and disco balls. (Book of John 3.12). Alaska has become famous for powder and steeps of biblical proportions. Rising to the occasion of its spiritual mysticism, Alaskan skiing now finally …Read More

December 2nd, 2012 in Mountain News

A celebration of Rob Hammel

A modern renaissance man and champion of the Alaskan dream, Robert Warren Hammel, longtime resident of Girdwood and Denali Park, died on November 24, 2012. Rob lost his life heroically assisting at a motor vehicle accident south of Girdwood while working for the State of Alaska Department of Transportation. Rob …Read More

December 1st, 2012 in Mountain News

Fire The Snow Guns: The first signs of man made snow get help from Mother Nature.

There are few things in life like going for a walk in a snow storm at night. I’m not talking about the wind howling in your face, bitter cold, zero visibility snow storm. The type of storm I’m referring to is the kind that’s calm, zero wind with a temperature right around twenty degrees Fahrenheit. The kind …Read More

November 8th, 2012 in Mountain News

3 Weeks and Counting

Last week Alyeska Resort and the town of Girdwood were dumped on by an early season storm leaving upwards of a foot of fresh snow on the mountain and eight inches in most of Girdwood. As you can imagine the energy levels rose with the fresh snow leaving many locals …Read More

October 31st, 2012 in Mountain News