Eaglecrest Ski Area

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

CURRENT SNOW REPORT:

Updated:07-17-2017 07:45:11BaseTop
New Snow (24hrs)00
New Snow (48hrs)00
Total Snow00
Temp50°F45°F
Wind55

Total Snow to Date: "

07-17-2017 07:45:11:Eaglecrest is now closed for the season.

The Summer trail is clear of snow to the top of Ptarmigan and the top of Black Bear. The Lower Nordic Trail is clear of snow all the way to Fish Creek. Summer has arrived on the mountain!

Porcupine Lodge office hours this summer are Monday through Wednesday from 10am-2pm. Come by or call the ticket window at (907) 790-2000 x214.

Just a reminder that Alaska Zipline Adventures has moved into the Porcupine Lodge and all facilities are now closed to the public for the summer.

Hikers and bikers are urged to bring plenty of water. A public toilet is available in the lower parking lot. There are also public toilets available at the Eagle's Nest at the top of the mountain.

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Thanks for a great season!

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5 kts · 45°F · 24HR Snowfall 0"

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Bill Tugman

Bill Tugman

The Sometimes Annual Bill Tugman

$1/Ride OR $10 for UNLIMITED rides!

Starting at the top of Ego, this zany course is filled with obstacles and has more tricks up it's sleeve than a magician! Going all day, Saturday April 5th - this course is open to skiers and riders of all abilities!

Who was Bill Tugman?

Bill taught with the Eaglecrest Ski School from 1982-1986. He was killed in a boating accident in 1987. He was known for being a likeable, happy-go-lucky guy who enjoyed having fun. He loved skiing and ski instructing. He was great with kids - probably because he was just a big kid himself!

More importantly, he loved doing goofy things on his skis - the goofier the better! Tugboat Alley was named after Bill Tugman.

The Tugman Race is a goofy way to have fun on skis or a snowboard. The Bill Tugman Memorial Race was started in 1988 by Doug Peel and Terry Hinkley as a way to remember Bill. Each year the course is different but the goal is still the same: to have as much fun as possible on skis or snowboards. With it’s Hoops of Fire, Dreaded Pole Forest, Laundry Chute and Tunnel of Doom, the race is something Bill would have loved.

 
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