Archive for ‘Mountain News’

Music In The Mountains

As the year pushes forward into the month of July, Alyeska is starting to feel like summer more and more each day. The mountain is almost 100 percent clear of residual winter snow and the hiking trails are drying up leaving hiking shoes and boots merely dusty after a tromp up North …Read More

Posted by —July 7th, 2011

10″ of Travel

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Posted by —June 24th, 2011

Wines Do Roam

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It’s no wonder vineyards date back to 1659 in South Africa during the height of explorations by the Dutch East India Company in the southern hemisphere. Concentrated around the rise of Cape Town, the wine industry went through a series of ups and downs over the next two hundred years. …Read More

Posted by —June 18th, 2011

Transition from spring to summer

With the temperature rising and the sun light lasting until midnight, the seasons of change from spring to summer are upon us. With rain comes melting snow and with melting snow comes accessible acreage for our mountain biking operations. The Alyeska crew is working hard to build trails and features for …Read More

Posted by —May 26th, 2011

End of Seven Day Ops

More sunshine, warmer temps, and storms with more rain than snow confirm that our season has come to a close. The snowbunnies and ski bums are digging out bikes and rollerblades while varied thrushes sing in the morning and the saw-whet owls fill the night with music. Migration season is …Read More

Posted by —April 25th, 2011