For my birthday some friends and I visited Girdwood and rode the tram up the mountain. The cost was a bit pricey but the views were outstanding. We picked a good day as the rain had abated and we could see across the valley to some glaciers, Turnagin Arm inlet (?), and down the hillside to watch a lot of racers running up the hiking trails for a charity race. It was a great view but the biting flies drove us back in to tour the gift shop and then down the hillside. If we had our bug dope, we might have considered trying a few of the hiking trails. We didn't try the food places as we had planned on eating in Girdwood. Also I am not sure that it is wheelchair accessible due to the stairs after you get off the tram. It was a great way to enjoy the sights of the mountain.
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