Ski Land Shuttle

Skiland SelfieSunday, February 12th

9:00am                 - Meet in the Outdoor Adventures

10:00am               - Arrive at Ski Land and get skiing 

3:00pm                 - Load up and head back to UAF

4:00pm                 - Return to Outdoor Adventures


Trip description:

Take advantage of the increasing daylight and come ski with us!  We’re providing transportation and a lift ticket to Ski Land, a resort north of Fairbanks with runs for all skill levels.  The lodge and café provide a warmer place to retreat, and offer food and beverages.


Skiland Adventuring

Things to bring:

  • Skis or Snowboard, Boots, Poles (available to rent at Ski Land for $30)

  • Helmet (available to borrow from Ski Land)
  • Thinner wool socks
  • Daypack - to carry food, water and spare clothes for the day
  • Warm (non-cotton) clothes
    • Wool or synthetic base layer; top and bottom
    • Fleece jacket / pants
    • Hard shell snow pants and jacket to repel water and wind
    • Puffy jacket for chilly lift rides
    • Hat (that can fit under a helmet) , 2-gloves and/or mittens
    • Neck gaiter for lift line and warmth
  • Goggles
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water bottle

Bold Items can be provided by OA as a part of the trip.



Refund Policy:

Payment in full is required to sign up for a trip.  A 100% refund is available if you notify the Outdoor Adventures office o

f the cancellation more than two weeks (14 days) before the first day of the trip.  Cancellation one week to 3 days (13 to 3 days) before the trip entitles the participant to a 50% refund. No refund is provided if the participant does not show up or cancels 2 days prior to the trip.


Safety and Risk Management:

Due to the nature of outdoor travel there are certain inherent risks in all of Outdoor Adventures’ trips.  Acceptable risks include natural and manmade hazards found on the ski hill.  Hazards present due to other skiers and snowboarders on the hill, changing weather conditions or failure of a skier to ski within their ability.  Driving risks may include slick and snowy roads, poor visibility, and wildlife.  Please note that trip cancellations are possible with temperatures colder than -10F.  It is important to recognize that you are voluntarily participating in this activity. There are risks inherent in outdoor pursuits, by choosing to participate, you agree that you appreciate and accept responsibility for these risks.  Alaska is a wild place - you need to take ultimate responsibility for your own safety as only you can. For your protection we require you to carry health Insurance. You can purchase insurance for $2.60/day from the University (ask for details). All info is subject to change due to safety, weather, current conditions, etc.!