Satisfy your cravings for landscapes of epic proportions and high-speed adventure on this five night luxury vacation which takes you snowmobiling through the land of the last frontier. From Anchorage into the great Alaskan landscape, be captivated by the majestic vastness that nature has created here, as you skim across frozen lakes and snow-carpeted ice fields.
Touch down in Anchorage, a city flanked on one side by spectacular fjords and on the other by the sloping white-frosted Chugach Mountains. Set out to explore the city by night before settling down at your luxury hotel.
After a good night’s rest, rise and shine early, for you’ll be whisked off to the historical gold-mining town of Girdwood, 38 miles southeast of Anchorage and home to your luxurious base for your snowmobiling adventure; Alyeska Resort. This charming chateau-style resort is nestled away in a valley of the Chugach Mountains and is the perfect place for year-round skiing and winter sports. This unique resort offers 1400 ski-able acres of terrain so grab your lift passes and skis and hit the slopes, a great way to get acclimatized to the mountain climate before you head off on your snowmobile adventure.Read more
For the next few days the Alaska wilderness is yours to explore on the back of a high-speed snowmobile. Make sure to have your camera at hand as you skim across open snowfields, along frozen rivers and swamps, and through open meadows as you keep your eyes peeled for a chance to see Alaska’s unique wildlife. Your guide will tailor the drives to fit your experience, depending on your driving skills and your desire to take things to the extreme.
After all that snowmobiling out in the open wilderness you’ll be in need of some rest and relaxation. Luckily the Alyeska Resort is the perfect place to unwind after a hard day in the driving seat. Head to the hotel spa where you can indulge in a few restorative treatments using Vichy products. After a bit of pampering and a hearty meal in the hotel restaurant you’ll be ready to tackle the mountains all over again.