Ski Land

Hulbert Nanook Terrain Park @ Ski Land

The Hulbert Nanook Terrain Park is proud to announce the next evolution of skiing and riding for UAF students. We have expanded the offerings available to students for this upcoming season and future seasons. Now beginner and advanced terrain are available. A full inventory of rentals is available to those without personal equipment. A beginner learning slope is in development. Finally, a shuttle is being planned for peak season. Why is a shuttle needed? The Hulbert Nanook Terrain Park will now be located at Ski Land off the Steese Highway.

UAF students taking 6 credits in a classroom and paying the Fairbanks Consolidated Fee will now be able to get a season pass to Ski Land at no additional cost.

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Ski Land season pass FAQ

UAF students who are taking 6 credits the Fairbanks Consolidated Fee through the normal fee process. This allows you access to the SRC, pool, and ice rink. If you pay this fee, you are now eligible for a Ski Land season pass. Ski Land will be at the Outdoor Adventure office in the SRC on October 14th and 15th, 2020 from 2 to 6PM. They will be at other events around town too. Check their calendar for details (CALENDAR LINK).

Come to the SRC during these times to verify you paid the fee and get your pass printed. If you miss one of the days at the SRC, come to the SRC to get a voucher to bring to any other Ski Land pass sales event or directly to the mountain. Mountain info can be found at https://skilandfairbanks.com/

If you want extra credit, complete the paper in advance in order to save time. UAF PASS FORM

Ski Land is not operating a shuttle this year due to COVID.

No, all other services at the mountain have additional costs. However, student pricing is available.

No. When Ski Land is open, your pass is valid.

Ski Land and UAF reserve the right to revoke a pass at any time for any reason. Reckless use of the mountain and unsafe activities will not be tolerated. The student code of conduct applies to behavior at the mountain.

While the Hulbert Nanook Terrain Park was great, we wanted to make it available to all ability levels. We considered installing a tow-rope to make it more user friendly. However, by entering into this relationship with Ski Land, we can offer students a more broad service for a longer period of time.