Day Spa Alaska-Style
It’s a combination of high adventure and high-class pampering capped with a night on the town. You may be enjoying wild Alaska, but you can still relax, unwind, and be treated like royalty.
Stretch out those muscles. Rent a bike and follow the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail to Kincaid Park. The trail has stunning mountain views, and moose and other animals are often spotted along the route. The trail is 11 miles from one end to the other, and there are plenty of scenic stops along the way. Check out the power of tectonic forces at Earthquake Park, or enjoy mountain views from Point Woronzof.
Relax, you've earned it after all! Restore your mind, body, and spirit and ease gently from one activity to another with a visit to the spa. Work out the kinks with a massage. Swedish, reflexology, or a hot stone massage or one of many other treatments offered by Anchorage spas like the Ice Spa. Or take advantage of Alaska's fine, glacial mud, used in beauty products from Alaska Glacial Mud and treatments at Anchorage's finest spas.
Feast on wild Alaska salmon, king crab, and other culinary delights offered on a variety of fine dining menus. After dinner, take in a local music performance or live theater production - there's always something entertaining happening in Anchorage.