Moose Mountain

4.4100 Votes
  • Address: Alaska 99709, USA, Fairbanks, United States
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  • Tags: View Point, Family And Kids, Nature

Moose Mountain is a small mountain peak which is nestled down in the range of Fairbanks. It features a resort named as Moose Mountain Ski Resort, where you can reserve your accommodation while you are in Alaska. You can enjoy the exotic view of nature which is possessed by the mountains. It encourages its visitors to enjoy an activity like skiing as it features separated ski area with 40 passages. The staffs of the resort serve you with a variety of snacks and hot drinks after finishing the ski in the Moose Mountain.

How to Reach Moose Mountain

  • Rented car/taxi

  • Moose Mountain Address: Alaska 99709, USA, Fairbanks, United States
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  • 19.76% of people who visit Fairbanks include Moose Mountain in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Moose Mountain visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Moose Mountain

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Moose Mountain

People normally club together Santa Claus House and Palace Theatre while planning their visit to Moose Mountain.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Moose Mountain Reviews & Ratings

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  • Had a great time snowboarding there.

  • Great local ski hill, about 700 acres. Warm schoolbus ride to the top can make you sleepy.

  • Great local ski/snowboard mountain terrain!

  • My experience was rather negative. To start with, as I was walking up to the lodge there was a guy smoking a joint right out front and not even trying to hide it (still illegal in a public place, even in Alaska). The lodge is relatively small but completely sufficient because I came to ski, not sit in the lodge. The buses to the top were annoying because it was typical to wait 5 minutes to get on one and then the extra time to load and unload made it significantly slower than a chairlift. In addition the bus concentrates all the body odor and weed smell in a rather gross environment. The actual slopes were pretty good with enough runs of all skill levels that crowding was not an issue, even on a busy day. What was missing was really tough, steep, gnarly slopes that I like but are not enjoyable for snowboarders. The price was comparable to other slopes but less of a deal because Moose Mountain opens later and closes earlier. I was also not able to get as many runs in because or time spent waiting for the bus. All in all, they've got some good slopes but they're catered to the weed-smoking, snowboarding clientele. If you like to ski, go to Ski Land. I won't be going back to Moose Mountain.

  • Only two running buses caused a 20-30 min wait for a ride up, which itself takes 10 min so today was a 30-40 min wait between runs. If a “lift” can only support X number of people; please don’t sell 3X lift tickets.

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