Eaglecrest Ski Area

Juneau, Alaska
tel. 907-790-2000
www.skijuneau.com

CURRENT SNOW REPORT:

Updated:12-21-2014 12:00:58BaseTop
New Snow (24hrs).202
New Snow (48hrs).201
Total Snow426
Temp35°F 7 °F
Wind1012

Total Snow to Date: 44"

12-21-2014 12:00:58:Good Afternoon! Porcupine Chair will be open now until 3pm today & be open every day from now until January 5th, with the exception of Christmas Day; we will be closed.
The Nordic Trails, Hooter, Black Bear, & Ptarmigan Chairs will be closed until we receive a significant amount of snow.
If you are hiking on the mountain please use extreme caution. You may encounter snow machines or other heavy equipment & always hike with a buddy!

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Snow Report and Weather

12 kts · 7 °F · 24HR Snowfall 2"

CONDITIONS

Uphill traffic trail map

Eaglecrest Uphill Traffic Policy

When Eaglecrest is operating, uphill traffic is restricted to three routes for accessing adjacent backcountry areas. Pay careful attention to your surroundings you are traveling against the normal traffic flow. Dogs are not permitted.
Uphill access is not permitted on any other trails.

Route 1.   East Side of Eaglecrest

From the Base follow skier’s right (looker’s left) side of tree line to bottom of Trickster. Ascend Trickster on skier’s right side to access, Hilda meadows upper cross country loop and Mt Troy areas. No uphill access permitted above Base of Black Bear Chair.

Route 2. West side of Eaglecrest

From the Base follow skier’s left (looker’s right) side of tree line to bottom of Ptarmigan Chair. Ascend Log Jam on skier’s left side to access Cropley Lake. No uphill access permitted above Beacon Park.

Route 3.  Porcupine Learning Area

From the lodge follow skier’s right side (looker’s left) of Muskeg to access Mt. Stewart backcountry.

 

When Eaglecrest is closed, you are using the area at your own risk and assume all responsibility.

You may encounter at any time grooming equipment including, snow cats, winch cat cables, snow machines, and or avalanche hazard control work.

 

 

 

 

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