Alaska Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in Alaska.
Ski Areas in Alaska
Hilltop Ski Area is owned and operated by Youth Exploring Adventure, Inc.a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to providing recreational programs for Anchorage youth.
Open in winter and summer, this area has many options for fun. When the snow arrives, you can choose from alpine, XC, and ski jumping. In summer, the area host a variety of function for entertainment.
Mount Eyak is currently serviced by a single chairlift (as well as the rope tow). The chairlift was purchased from Sun Valley, Idaho, and transported by train to Seattle, then by ferry to Cordova. The local ski club worked on bringing to lift to the area and has maintained it for years.
It is the oldest working chairlift in North America and one of only two single chairs still in operation.
The best "little" ski area in the world, Eaglecrest Ski Area is Juneau's community-owned ski area located 12 miles from downtown on Douglas Island. The ski season here runs from early December through mid-April with legendary Spring skiing.
Juneau, Alaska's capital city, is only accessible by air or water with no roads leaving town. It is cut off from the rest of the mainland by a huge icefield (daily ferries are available). No need to worry about crowds and lift lines here!
If you haven't visited Moose Mountain yet, you are in for a treat. With over 1,250 feet of vertical, and terrain that varies from our bunny slope at Moose Meadow to the steep and deep North Slope, we offer runs for all abilities.
And the best part is that, due to our southern exposure, we are shielded from the prevailing Northeasterly winds and get hours of sun each day. With Fairbanks' typical temperature inversion Moose Mountain averages 20 to 30 degrees warmer than in town.
Mt. Aurora Skiland is open Saturdays and Sundays whenever there is enough snow to ski. The season normally starts around Thanksgiving and runs until around mid-April.
The "Silver Star" Double Chairlift- the farthest north chairlift in North America - and maybe the world!. Enjoy a day lodge with a spectacular view and a snack bar with homemade pastries, breakfast, specials, snacks, soups, sandwiches, beverages, and desserts.
The are also offers alpine and snowboard equipment rentals. The…
Snowriding is what Alpenglow at Arctic Valley is known for. Whether you ski, snowboard, telemark, or snow skate you can find what you are looking for at Alpenglow.
Installed in the winter of 2001, the Terrain Park was the first of it's kind in Southcentral Alaska. This year's park will feature an even greater variety and quantity of kickers and rails to choose from!