The winter of 2000 had a record snow fall of well over 215 inches at sea level.
All winters see plenty of snow for great skiing.
Looking up at Ski Bowl from end of Ptarmigan Road. 2-27-2004
East to West panorama of Ski Bowl to Captains Bay 4-10-02
Beaver Inlet on the Pacific side.
Distant Mountains East of Unalaska Valley
up Unalaska Valley to Captains Pluton (left at 2300 ft),
and Pyramid Peak (right at 2000 ft)
west at Unalaska Valley and Unalaska Lake, with
Pyramid Peak to the left. Captains Bay with anchored ships, and
Makushin Volcano to the distant right.
Makushin Volcano (6000 ft.)
Telemarker on peak above Ski Bowl Valley, 2000.
Top of Ski Bowl on a perfect day February 16, 2004
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