Eaglecrest Ski Area, Alaska Powder Descents, and Juneau Mountain Rescue are excited to announce that the Snovember film series is coming to Eaglecrest for three nights of mountain films and festivities! Proceeds will benefit Juneau Mountain Rescue!
The first night, Saturday, November 9, will feature Warren Miller’s Timeless, followed by the double feature on Saturday, November 16 (Alaskan Extremes & Backcountry Film Festival) and Teton Gravity Research’s Winterland on Saturday, November 23.
Event tickets are $15, but you may purchase a $30 Festival Pass for admission all three nights. Doors open at 6:00 PM with a 7:00 PM showtime.
The Eaglecrest Grill will have a $10 dinner option each night (see menu below), and the Old Tower Bar will serve beer and wine! The screenings will be in the Great Room of the Fish Creek Lodge. The ticket office will be open and printing season passes! Proceeds will benefit Juneau Mountain Rescue!
Proceeds will benefit Juneau Mountain Rescue and the Eaglecrest Foundation.
Night #1: Warren Miller’s Timeless:
Saturday, November 9th: 6pm Doors / 7pm Show – Spaghetti Dinner!
Get ready to kick off this winter with Warren Miller’s 70th-anniversary film! Featuring ski legends like Glen Plake, alongside newcomers Caite Zeliff, Jaelin Kauf, and Baker Boyd. Road-trip with rippers from Arlberg to the Matterhorn, be immersed in the hometown hill of Eldora and discover a different side of Jackson Hole, plus much more.
Night #2: Alaskan Extremes + Backcountry Film Festival
Saturday, November 16th: 6pm Doors / 7pm Show – Pulled Pork Dinner!
Alaskan Extremes is a throwback film from Juneau legend Bruce Griggs and features big terrain from all over Southeast! The Backcountry Film Festival is produced each year by Winter Wildlands Alliance as a celebration of the human-powered experience and a gathering place for the backcountry snowsports community. This year’s line up of ten films can be found here.
Night #3: Teton Gravity Research’s Winterland + Bad Larry’s Just Livin
Saturday, November 23rd: 6pm Doors / 7pm Show – Taco Dinner!
Winterland is a celebration of ski and snowboard culture. Today’s mountain athletes can only stand as tall as those who came before, these pirates of the past, who followed their own joy and passions. This story of adventure and passion is far from over, as a new crop of modern-day pioneers are eager to etch their names in the annals of history.
The Snovember Film Series was created by Chris Miller and Sandy Miller and has long been a mainstay event for Juneau’s outdoor enthusiasts. Eaglecrest is honored to host this year’s Snovember events, but must first thank Chris and Sandy for their generous and big-hearted efforts to build excitement for winter and raise funds for the community over the years. Sandy is the skier featured in the photo above, and Chris is the photographer.
For more information or to donate prizes, contact Charlie Herrington at (907) 790-2000 x227 or [email protected]