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Winter in Valdez, Alaska

Ice Climbing in Keystone Canyon, ValdezValdez is a clear choice for winter adventures in Alaska.  With a longstanding reputation for great snow, more than 300 inches is measured annually in the city and 600 to 900 inches in nearby Thompson Pass!

As one might expect with this much snow, Valdez celebrates winter with downhill and cross country skiing,  snowboarding, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and ice climbing.

Valdez and the surrounding Chugach Mountains define backcountry skiing and boarding.  Access the backcountry on foot, helicopter or snowcat for some of the most amazing big mountain skiing and snowboarding in the world.

Ice climbers view our beautiful waterfalls and glaciers as pathways to adventure.  Whatever challenge you are looking for, whether top-roping or multi-pitch lead climbing, there are dozens of routes around Valdez that will suit your needs.

Valdez offers the ultimate backcountry snowmobiling experience with miles of untracked powder.  From beginner to expert, there is something for everyone.

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