Featuring-

  • The "Silver Star" Double Chairlift- the farthest north chairlift in North America - and maybe the world!

  • Day Lodge with Spectacular View

  • Snack Bar with Homemade Pastries, Breakfast, Specials, Snacks, Soups, Sandwiches, Beverages, Desserts

  • Alpine and Snowboard Equipment Rentals

  • Beginner to Advanced Slopes

  • Patrolled by National Ski Patrol

  • Aurora Borealis Viewing by Appointment


Hours of Operation

Mt. Aurora Skiland is open Saturdays and Sundays whenever there is enough snow to ski. The season normally starts around Thanksgiving and runs until around mid-April.

  • Winter - (November - February) - 10:00 a.m. to dusk or 5:00 p.m. - whichever comes first

  • Spring - (from the Sunday Daylight Saving Time starts until the end of the season) - 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Follow the links below to get current weather conditions for Mt. Aurora Skiland.


DOT's Alaska's Road Way Infomation Service (RWIS) Site on the Steese Highway at Cleary Summit MP 20.9

This weather station is on the Steese Highway at Cleary Summit a little less than a mile from the top of the chairlift. It gives a consistently accurate look at the conditions at Skiland.

Mesowest's posting of data from the DOT weather station on Cleary Summit


Call
(907) 456-SNOW

for latest ski conditions and lift ticket deals!

or use the controls below to hear the latest
SnowPhoneOnTheWeb report

This year season passes at Skiland are going to be sold differently than in the past. Prices are the same as last year.

Get all the details on the Ticket Prices page

The recent snowfall has gotten us excited about the season to come. Though we're not open yet, rest assured we're working toward opening day.

Check this website regularly for the latest info on our progress.


What's it like to ski at Skiland?

follow some locals down S&M!


chase Steve down White Alice - shot March 30, 2013

Goggle cam footage courtesy George Ferree. Thanks, George!



For information call 907-389-2314


Mt. Aurora Skiland

50 years of winter fun
Going downhill since 1962!