Skagway Terrain

  • West Rock City

    West Rock City

    A series of chutes and bowls. ‘2500 vertical. A variety of slope angles up to 40 degrees. Holds snow well for great powder turns.

  • Upper Lynn Canal

    Upper Lynn Canal

    Looking down the fjord towards Haines

  • Mt. Hoffman

    Mt. Hoffman

    Great variety. Steep 50 degree headwall or gentle 28 degree slopes. Over 3,000 vertical

  • Mt. Heart - from Broadway in Skagway

    Mt. Heart – from Broadway in Skagway

    Admire your turns while enjoying a pint of Skagway microbrew. 2500′ vertical with intermediate and advanced terrain from the summit.

  • Mt Yeatman

    Mt Yeatman

    Variety of terrain and first decscents towards the west of Skagway

  • Carmack - Left hand Chutes

    Carmack – Left hand Chutes

    Advanced terrain and over 3,000′ vertical.

  • Carmack - Index Chute

    Carmack – Index Chute

  • Ferebee Area

    Ferebee Area

  • Ferebee Glacier

    Ferebee Glacier

    Endless opportunities for incredible skiing and riding

  • Cascade


    3,000′ vertical. Consistent powder turns average 32 degrees along with steeper options off of the shoulder of Mt. Cleveland

  • Carmack Glacier

    Carmack Glacier

    Long mellow run off of the top of Mt. Carmack plus a variety of more aggresive lines.

  • Burrough Creek

    Burrough Creek

    Great snow, lots of turns!

  • Parson's Face

    Parson’s Face

    3000′ vertical.

  • Burrough Creek

    Burrough Creek

    Easy access makes this one of our classic warm up runs

  • AB mountain west

    AB mountain west

    Short but sweet.

  • Parson's Valley - East Face

    Parson’s Valley – East Face

    2800′ continuous vertical

  • Parson's Ridge

    Parson’s Ridge

    2800′ of moderate terrain.

  • Mt. Harding & Mt. Heart

    Mt. Harding & Mt. Heart

    From downtown Skagway. Varied terrain with 2000′ to 2800′ vertical runs.




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