Adult Workshops and Programs2018-03-10T13:01:28+00:00

Adult Workshops and Programs

Please arrive 1 hour before scheduled lesson to check in and rent equipment if needed. All lesson space is limited, prior reservation is required. For more information and reservations, please contact the Snowsport School

(907) 790-2000 x211 | [email protected]

Lesson & Liability Form
Unaccompanied Youth Rental Agreement
Snowsport School Eligibility Criteria

Price: $39


2-hour group lesson, equipment rental and porcupine lift ticket. Program designed for adult first time skiers and snowboarders.


Saturdays – 10am-12pm

Price: $69


2-week program for skiers and snowboarders looking to get back on their gear, learn some new skills and explore the mountain!


Session 1:

December 9th and 16th – 1pm-3pm

Session 2:

December 10th and 17th – 10am-12pm

Price: $140


4-week program for women who can ski/ride Hooter Chairlift and are looking to learn more about the mountain.


Session 1: begins January 7th

Sundays 1pm-3pm

Session 2: begins February 3rd

Saturdays 1pm-3pm

Price: $140


4-week program for intermediate and advanced skiers and riders looking to explore the mountain across more challenging terrain.


Session 1: begins February 11th

Sundays 10am-12pm

Session 2: begins March 10th

Saturdays 10am-12pm


Updated: 04/10/2018 01:00 pm1,130ft2,198ft
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New Snow - 24hrs0"0"
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Current Snow Depth - 2,594ft: 0'' Total Snow to Date: 206.1"

Bowl Status

Pittman Ridge: CLOSED
West Bowl: CLOSED
East Bowl Chutes: CLOSED

Lift Status

Porcupine Chairlift: CLOSED
Hooter Chairlift: CLOSED
Ptarmigan Chairlift: CLOSED
Black Bear Chairlift: CLOSED

Updates from the Mountain

All good things eventually have to come to an end and the ski season is no exception. Eaglecrest is now closed for the 2017-2018 season. We would like to thank the entire community for a good season and your ongoing support this winter. Enjoy your spring/summer and we hope to see you back on the mountain soon!

Hikers are urged to use caution as you may encounter snow cats, snow mobiles and other machinery on the mountain at any time.