Alaska Ski Mountaineering - Lake Clark

USA: Alaska

Learn what it takes to ski mountaineer with a comprehensive course from one of Alaska’s leading backcountry pioneers!

"Savor the sweet powder in the wilderness of Alaska"

One of the most popular sports in recent years is, of course, backcountry skiing and snowboarding, and there are few places more worthy of exploring than the incredible backcountry regions of Alaska. But with this growing popularity, the need for instruction in the proper techniques and information required to safely explore is also growing, and the Alaska Ski Mountaineering – Lake Clark National Park trip aims to meet this need with a 10-day ski-mountaineering educational program. If you’re ready to explore the remote wilderness of Alaska and savor the sweet powder of backcountry skiing, this 12-day trip is just for your!

"Master backcountry skiing and using touring equipment"

Based in Lake Clark National Park, where the remote Neacola Mountains act as a playground and classroom, you’ll learn to master backcountry skiing, using ski touring or snowboard equipment while working with a small group led by an expert mountain guide. The Alaska Ski Mountaineering trip spans 12 days leaving from Anchorage, with 10 days of guided skiing in the Lake Clark National Park. Your first 6 days will be spent training in a spacious base camp, where you’ll learn the techniques and skills you need to ski or snowboard and camp safely in the snow, before heading out on a 4-day ski tour, stopping at camps each night.

If you’re serious about backcountry skiing or snowboarding and are ready to learn the skills you need, while safely exploring the beautiful Neacola Mountains of Alaska, let LUEX help you book an Alaska Ski Mountaineering trip today!    

4 reasons to choose Alaska Ski Mountaineering - Lake Clark:

  1. Perfect choice for anyone that wants to learn the fundamentals of ski mountaineering.
  2. Explore a huge variety of terrain!
  3. Visit various camps along the way for a true taste of the backcountry.
  4. Excellent choice for spring skiing when the snow is too soft back home!
  • North America
  • Northern
  • USA
Mountain Range
  • Alaska Range
  • Alaska
Ski Resort
  • None
  • Ski Touring
Accomm. Type
  • None
Suited For
  • Solo Travelers
  • Groups
  • Ski Bums
  • Steep and Deep Riders
  • None
Meal Plans
  • Full Board
Room Type
  • Tent
Amenities & Activities
  • None
Services offered
  • Guiding
Ability Level
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Pro
Snow Conditions
Dominant Terrain Type
  • Open Terrain
  • Steep Terrain
  • Tree Runs
  • Cliffs
  • Glaciers
Average Annual Snowfall
  • > 20 meter/year
Snow Pack
  • No
Crowd Factor
  • Low
Explorer Level
  • High
PP/Night from US$ 375