Alaska Mountain Wilderness Ski Classic


Brooks Range Routes
Wrangell-St. Elias Mountain Range Routes

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2021

Due to the planning, permitting and logistical complexities imposed by the COVID-19 Pandemic and coupled with limited interest, we have decided that it is not viable to hold the 2021 AMWSC.

The 2021 season would have been the third year in the Wrangell-St. Elias Mountain Range. Therefore the 2022 AMWSC will move to the first in the three year alternating cycles in the ANWR and Gates of the Arctic Routes.


History of the Alaska Mountain Wilderness Ski Classic

2021: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and limited interest, the 2021 Alaska Mountain Wilderness Classic Ski Classic was cancelled.

2020: McCarthy to Nabesna to Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge

2019: McCarthy to Nabesna to Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge

2018: Two Routes Offered (ANWR and Gates)

2017: Two Routes Offered (ANWR and Gates)

2016: Galbraith to Anaktuvuk to Wiseman

2015: McCarthy to Nabesna to Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge

2014: McCarthy to Nabesna to Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge

2013: McCarthy to Nabesna to Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge

2012: Galbraith to Anaktuvuk to Wiseman

2011: Galbraith to Anaktuvuk to Wiseman

2010: Galbraith to Anaktuvuk to Wiseman

2009: Nebesna to McCarthy

2008: Nebesna to McCarthy

2007: Nebesna to McCarthy

2006: Galbraith Lake to Wiseman

2005: Galbraith Lake to Wiseman

2004: Galbraith Lake to Wiseman

2003: Due to extremely poor snow and river ice conditions, the 2003 Alaska Mountain Wilderness Classic Ski Classic was cancelled.

2002: Tok to Copper Center

2001: Nabesna to McCarthy

2000: Noyes to Sanford

1999: Nabesna to McCarthy

1998: Nabesna to McCarthy

1997: Nabesna to McCarthy

1994-1996: Brooks Range Ramble

1991-1993: Tok to Summit Lake

1988-1990: Black Rapids Glacier to McKinley Park

1987: Eureka to Valdez


AMWSC History & Top Finishers