Spend a day in the beautiful, Alaskan mountains!
Here are 4 best destinations for skiing in Alaska:
During winter time, the Alyeska Resort receives an abundant amount of snow. The Alyeska Resort is most famous for their downhill skiing because of their steep mountains, they even have the longest double black diamond ski run in North America! This resort allows you to ski into the night, along lit up main runs, until 9 pm!
Difficulty Level: Advanced
As the name suggests, this area offers a chance to see a 13 mile long glacier, 38 other major glaciers, icebergs, and snow capped mountains. You can even spot black bears, bald eagles, mountain goats, and porcupines while skiing in this area!
Difficulty Level: Moderate
This ski area is for everyone, ranging from easy wide open spaces to steeper and challenging hills. Prices are another plus to this area; show your boarding ticket from Alaska Airlines, Alaska Marine Highway System, or Alaska Seaplanes on the same day and receive a free lift ticket!
Difficulty Level: Easy to Pro
Hilltop is located at the base of the beautiful Chugach Mountains and offers 30 acres of ski area. Just 15 minutes from Anchorage, this area provides casual fun where you can ski, snowboard, or telemark ski.
Difficulty Level: 80% Easy, 20% Expert