Moose Mountain

Moose Mountain Ski Resort, located just 10 km outside of Alaska’s Fairbanks, is well known as a lovely family ski area. Varied terrain and magnificent surroundings make Moose Mountain a ski destination for everyone. Well protected by prevailing winds from the northeast, the slopes receive plenty of sunlight during the day. When traveling in Alaska, you don’t want to miss this wonderful winter playground.

Moose Mountain Ski Resort is relatively small, taking in 200 acres of ski area with a vertical of 1 307 feet and 35 trails. It certainly makes up for its size by the sheer beauty of the area and awesome skiing. The landscape offers something for people of all ability levels from small novice slopes to challenging steep runs. In fact, the runs have been rated as 15% beginner, 65% intermediate and 20% advanced. Fourteen turbo trams transport you up the mountain so that you can begin your snowy adventure. Why not try out Moose Mountain’s longest run of 7 920 feet. Cross-country skiers will also have a great time on the 5 km network of trails. Those who are young-at-heart can try out the terrain park. Is this your first ski experience? At Moose Mountain Resort there is no need to worry, expert instructors will assist you in mastering your skills on the slopes. Just picture yourself gliding down the stunning slopes of Moose Mountain surrounded by some of the best scenery around. Moose Mountain is an absolute adventure from beginning to end.

Accommodation and dining establishments are located in the nearby town of Fairbanks. Lodging options vary from hotels to B&Bs, so you are certain to find a great spot to suit your budget. Why not spend a weekend with your family at Moose Mountain this season between November and April.