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The Weather in Girdwood
This is the climate diagram in Girdwood. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 62°. Conversely, March is the coolest month in Girdwood, with temperatures going under 17° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is May.
Mountain wilderness awaits in resort town Girdwood, AK, vacation homes
Cabin rentals in Girdwood are incomparable in views and surroundings to cabins anywhere else on Earth. Icy waterways sparkle through the windows, and wild animals like black bears, moose, and whales still thrive nearby – in one of the last great frontiers of America.
Indulge & recharge
At Girdwood Picnic Club, they do picnics right, complete with devilishly divine desserts and fancy vanilla bean lattes. Sticking with sweets, their bacon caramel Belgian waffles for breakfast will hit your savory craving at the same time, as will the breakfast tacos and homemade biscuits.
Take a world foodie tour inside Jack Sprat's clean and modern A-frame house setting with an abundance of choice for vegetarians and vegans. Try their vegetable curry with seared tofu for an explosion of spice and heat, or the local representation of Fanny Bay clams with Great Northern beans.
Alyeska Ski Resort on Mount Alyeska is full of entertaining activities to keep children starry-eyed. Beginner skiers enjoy the easier runs and "magic carpet" tows that take them uphill. From the Alyeska Aerial Tram, spot animals hiding in trees and snowy peaks.
Kids will be in awe at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, where they're able to get up close to bison, brown bears, reindeer, foxes, wolves, and many other curious Arctic creatures. The best part is that by visiting, you're contributing to the effort in saving these species.
Experience glaciers underfoot with tour operator Ascending Path who will take you to glaciers and wilderness areas inaccessible by road and only by railway. Combine a scenic train journey on Alaska Railroad with a hike to discover hidden worlds.
Chugach Adventures takes daring travelers on raft rides they won't forget. Knowledgeable guides present Spencer Iceberg and the Placer river, but perhaps you'd rather move by kayak or add an outdoor salmon bake to your plans. Under the midnight sun, everything is magical.
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