The Alyeska Ski Club is a non-profit, volunteer focused organization working with parents, families and many other youth programs to provide exciting, challenging and character building experiences for Alaskans. Serving over 600 athletes, The Alyeska Ski Club offers both competitive and recreational alpine skiing opportunities for youth through Mighty Mites, Devos, Freeskiing, Alpine X and Junior youth programs from ages 7-20 plus a Masters race program.
History and Overview
The Alyeska Ski Club consists of the Mighty Mites, Devos, Freeskiing, Juniors, Alpine X and Masters programs. For 50 years these ski programs have created a community where generations of Alaskan skiers have achieved many levels of success on slopes around the world. Many of our athletes compete successfully on the international, national and regional levels. ASC alumni include Olympic and World Cup athletes Tommy Moe, Megan Gerety and Rosey Fletcher and U.S. Ski Team athletes Mike Makar, Kjersti Bjorn-Roli Walker, Andre Horton, John Love, and Kiefer and Charles Christianson.
The Alyeska Ski Club is perfectly poised to inspire, support and work with those who deeply value the community of skiing in Alaska. The structure of our ski club is designed to ensure that we continue to be an organization that provides for all who love the sport of skiing.
To share our passion for alpine skiing and ski culture by providing quality and affordable ski racing and free skiing programs, both competitive and recreational, to our member families. To support the development of athletes of all ages, a strong commitment to quality coaching, and the opportunity for athletes to achieve their athletic and personal goals. To produce champions and a life-long love of skiing.
This Program Pathways Flowchart provides guidance on athlete program development and is designed to build on our success-to-date and the resources available in the near future for successful competition at higher levels for those interested.
For more detailed program descriptions, please visit the individual program pages.