This winter Eaglecrest’s snowfall stake recorded new snow every day from January 19th through March 12th. The final 54-day total was over 236″, nearly 20 feet of snow.
Eaglecrest, AK ended the season with on March 19th with 362″ of snow. Had coronavirus not cut the season short, 2019-20 would have almost certainly have been a 400″ winter.
Eaglecrest has a ten-year average snowfall of 320″ annually, including a record season in 2011-12 with 640”.
When the snow is this deep, Eaglecrest is one of Alaska’s best-kept secrets with big mountain terrain, 1620′ vertical drop, 640+ acres, impressive backcountry access, untracked powder, and hardly a lift line. It’s a local’s only mountain located on Douglas Island, only a 15-minute drive from downtown Juneau, with panoramic ocean views from the summit!
Adult Season Passes can be purchased for as little as $449 in the preseason, and lift tickets are only $58.