Media & Press Page

Media & Press Page

Mountain Statistics

Eaglecrest is owned and operated by the City and Borough of Juneau, AK and is located on Douglas Island at the end of Fish Creek Road. With 4 lifts and 640 skiable acres, Eaglecrest is home to one of Southeast Alaska’s winter playground.

Stats:

  • 4 double chairlifts (3 riblet lifts and 1 hall lift)
  • 640 skiable acres
  • 36 marked runs
  • Vertical drop – 1620ft (lift served – 1464ft)
  • 20% novice trails
  • 40% intermediate trails
  • 40% expert trails
  • Average snowfall – 350”
  • Average skier visits – 50,000 per year

Eaglecrest Press Releases

DateTitleFile
2.15.18Updated Operating ScheduleOperating-Update-2.15.18.pdf
Nov 20, 2017Hilary Lindh Scholarship Winners AnnouncedLindh-Winners.pdf
Sep 20, 2017Lindh Scholarship Applications OpenLindh-Scholarship-Press-Release-9.20.171.pdf
Sep. 16, 2017Discover Eaglecrest DayDiscover-Eaglecrest-Sept.-16th1.pdf
DateTitleFile

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Contact:

Jeffra Clough – Director of Marketing & Sales

[email protected]

(907) 790-2000 x219

Emily McDaniel – Marketing and Events Coordinator

[email protected]

(907) 790-2000 x227

 

(no advertising or sale inquiries please)

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Conditions

Updated: 04/10/2018 01:00 pm1,130ft2,198ft
New Snow - Overnight0''0''
New Snow - 24hrs0"0"
Current Snow Depth0"0"
Temp51°F46°F
Wind (mph)calmcalm
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.