Eaglecrest Ski Area

Juneau, Alaska
tel. 907-790-2000


Updated:07-17-2017 07:45:11BaseTop
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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"


Hilary Lindh Scholarship


Each year, season passes are awarded to four young residents in Juneau.  Passes will be awarded to both one girl and boy in grades K through 5 and grades 6 through 12.  Eligible applicants must be a resident of the City and Borough of Juneau, attend a Juneau School District school or equivalent, have maintained a minimum of a “C” average for the previous school year and must verify the three (3) judging criteria: Scholastic Achievement, Competitive Spirit, and Financial Need.


For questions regarding the Hilary Lindh Scholarship email eaglecrest@skijuneau.com or call Eaglecrest at (907) 790-2000 x227.





Recipient of Hilary Lindh 2015-16 Scholarship -

Hilary Lindh


History of the Hilary Lindh Scholarship:


The Eaglecrest Board of Directors established this program in 1992 in recognition of Hilary
Lindh’s 1992 Olympic Silver Medal and the hard work that she dedicated to downhill ski racing.
Hilary started skiing in Juneau at an early age and won the U.S. and World Junior Championships
in Downhill at age 16. She also attended a Utah ski academy in 1984, competed on the World Cup
Circuit for twelve years winning three World Cup Downhills, and competed in three Olympics.
After winning the 1997 World Downhill Championship, she was inducted in to the U. S. Ski
Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame in 2009. In celebration of her achievements,
the Hilary Lindh scholarship is a great way for Eaglecrest to connect with the Juneau community
and support young skiers and snow boarders to pursue their dreams of snowsports.


























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