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Splitboarding in the Alaska Range

Don't miss the chance to discover the pristine powder of the Alaska Range on an unforgettable splitboarding adventure. Explore-share.com helps you book your next Splitboarding trip in the Alaska Range.

Located in the American Cordillera, the Alaska Range is 650-km-long and stretches from Alaska, in the United States, to Yukon, Canada. The remote white-capped peaks of this stunning chain make it ideal for wild splitboarding adventures on untouched powder snow. Book a certified guide for your Splitboarding trip with Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our Splitboarding selection. The mountains are calling!

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There are many reasons for choosing Splitboarding in United States

Alaska is a top spot for winter sports enthusiasts because it has SO MUCH SNOW, great powder lines of pure white bliss.


Good to know:

Country code





American Dollar

Best time to visit

For splitboarding, between November and April, when there is most snow

How to get there

Fly to Anchorage, the capital city of Alaska, and then drive or take a train to your preferred location


May-July are warmest, with temperatures between 12-19 degrees Celsius during the day. Winters are extremely cold, often averaging below freezing. Weather fluctuates wildly, and gale-force winds are common

More info about Splitboarding in Alaska Range:

The Alaska Range is a dream for winter sports enthusiasts, one which we encourage making true. This stunning mountain chain in North America boasts a stretch of 650 km of snow-capped peaks and glaciers. Among the most popular are Denali (6,190.5 m/20,310 ft); Mount Foraker (5,304 m/17,400 ft); Mount Hunter (4,442 m/14,573 ft); Mount Hayes (4,216 m/13,832 ft) and Mount Huntington (3,730 m/12,240 ft), all well worth a splitboarding ride. The steep rugged terrain and untouched snow of these remote mountains account for the Alaska Range’s popularity among seasoned skiers, snowboarders, and splitboarders.  Furthermore, the breathtaking views, wilderness, and northern lights make this an appealing destination on all fronts. Of course, having adequate skills and training is a must in order to tackle these peaks safely, and going with a certified guide is paramount too, to point the way and help handle logistics

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