Getting into Alyeska is a 45 minute drive from the hub-city Anchorage using the Seward Highway, which is listed as one of 27 All-American Roads. Situated on the Turnagain Arm, this highway is one of the most beautiful in the nation and is a destination in itself. During summer and fall, keep your eyes peeled for mountain goats, bears, and beluga whales.
During summer (June) you can visit Virgin Creek, Crow Creek Mine as well as Alyeska Mount by using the Aerial Tram to reach the top and enjoy quite a beautiful view. At this time of year you can't ski because there is not enough snow, but you can visit Alyeska Museum and also bask in the warm sunlight. You can take a walk in the Alyeska Resort Area: there's a lake, green grass, flowers, trails, camping areas etc. As the weather is nice at this time of year, the roads, trails, and highways are clean and good to go "from here to there and everywhere", either walking or driving.
During winter, various winter activities such as skiing and snowboarding is available.
During summer, various activities such as camping, hiking and mountain biking can be done.