Come stay at the Riloga House! Ski-in Ski-out right at the base of Mt. Alyeska. Located slopeside, immediately next to the Bear Club Quad lift (Lift 3) between the Sitsmark and Challenge Alaska. (VRBO map doesn't show the correct location. This place is as close to mountain as you can get) The condo is a spacious, one level, 950 sqft floor plan with its own front deck and direct access from outside. It also has direct access to a community room in the building with a Pool Table, Foosball, Ping Pong, and a Sauna.
Recently renovated with:
• Heated slate tile flooring
• New carpet
• New furniture
• New paint,
• Beautiful rain shower with rock floor
• New beds
This two bedroom condo will accommodate up to 5 people very comfortably. A king size bed in the master bedroom and a bunk bed with a twin and a full bed in the second bedroom. This condo is bright with vintage ski furnishings, fully furnished kitchen with counter seating, and a 42” plasma TV with DVD and cable. There is also coin operated laundry available in the building.
Easy walking distance to base of Chairlifts, X-country & Hiking Trails, Day lodge, Sitzmark, Jack Sprats, Bake Shop, and Alyeska Hotel. Building is very family friendly!
Girdwood is a short, 35-minute drive from Anchorage along the picturesque Turnagain Arm. The valley is full of glaciers, mountains, streams, and trails.
Alyeska’s six chair lifts (two high speed quads) and one tram, and two Magic Carpets. The tram stops about ¾ of the way up the mountain at the mid-mountain facility with a cafeteria and the 4-star Seven Glaciers Restaurant and bar with amazing views of the inlet and the surrounding mountains. Alyeska Resort caters to all levels of skiers and riders with 1,400 skiable acres, 73 named trails and over 650' of snow annually November - May.
From the Crow Creek Trail, part of the historic Iditarod Trail, to the Winner Creek Trail which winds through Alaska’s northernmost rain forest and begins just feet from the condo’s front door, there are numerous ways to take in the great valley views. From a leisurely stroll to a several hour hike up the new North Face trail, to picking blueberries under the midnight sun, Girdwood offers numerous ways to enjoy the outdoors.
A great paved trail with no roadway crossings runs 13 miles from Girdwood to Bird adjacent to the waters of the Turnagain Arm, and immediately below the surrounding mountains offering sweeping inlet views. The paved trail continues into and throughout the town of Girdwood.