In the latest episode of Tailgate Alaska, we join founder Mark Sullivan, who talks us through the three most important aspects to think about when planning your trip to Tailgate: how to get there, where to stay and how to access the mountains.
Tailgate Alaska is one of the biggest and best freeride festivals on the planet, allowing dedicated riders the terrain and facilities to access incredible terrain in Alaska.
In this episode of Tailgate Alaska in short, founder Mark Sullivan walks us through some important details to think about when planning your trip: how to get there, where to stay and how to access the mountains.
Whether you fly into Anchorage, decide to camp/stay in hotel, book a heli trip/hike into the mountains, there is a combination to suit every individual’s preferences and budget.
For more information on the 2015 edition of Tailgate Alaska, read more details below:
2015 marks the eight edition of Tailgate Alaska, the event is the annual pilgrimage of dedicated recreational riders, professional athletes and the industry to ride the world’s best mountains and deepest snow on the planet. Dates are 3-12 April 2015 at Thompson Pass, Alaska.
Tailgate Alaska offers multiple on-site rescue teams and free daily snow science classes, nightly seminars given by industry veterans and snow safety experts, who share their experience with participants of the event.
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