Alaska Ski Areas
Girdwood / Anchorage
45 minutes south of Anchorage
Alyeska Resort is famous for its downhill skiing and snowboarding for a reason — it’s truly world-class, featuring tons of snow, steep mountains, and views that stretch on forever. But there are a ton of other winter activities that make Alyeska an epicenter for winter adventure. Go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on one of the area trails; or head off into the backcountry with a guide for some heli- or cat-skiing; try a snowmobile excursion; ...more
Fairbanks Ski Areas
Valdez Ski Areas
Fly to some of the best skiing in the world, or ride gentle slopes near town
Take a ski-bump flight and enjoy a nice long run without having to hike. Or, book a multi-day trip to a glacier ski camp. With Tok Air Service you’ll fly from Valdez or Thompson Pass to dramatic areas of the Chugach Mountains, Eastern Alaska Range, and the mountains in Wrangell St. Elias National Park.
Juneau Ski Areas
Ski the slopes with ocean views
Eaglecrest is one of the few community-owned ski areas in the US — and the only one that can boast of being on an island, which gives it the unique perk of having ski slopes with ocean views. Whether you are a beginner looking to play in the snow, or a longtime skier or boarder, Eaglecrest makes a great all-ages winter playground. In summer, enjoy hiking, mountain biking, and berry picking.