Moose Mountain has no ski lifts to service their 42 runs. What they do have are turbo charged school buses waiting at the base area to whisk you back to the top. It's one of the most unique skiing experiences you'll ever have, and when you think about it, getting on the bus to ride to the top isn't really that much different than getting on a gondola or aerial tram. In both situations, you end up taking off your skis and sharing the ride up with a group of people.
No matter what your impressions are, your experience will be a good one, as everyone is having a good time, and the level of chatter and banter on the bus is loud.
With a vertical drop of 1,300 feet and at 750 acres in size, Moose Mountain claims to be the largest interior resort in Alaska. They don't get a lot of snow here, only five feet on average, but what they do get sticks around, so you'll have good conditions whenever you visit.
The mountain is just over 20 minutes from Fairbanks, and owing to its southern orientation and elevation, Moose Mountain is generally above the inversion that sets up over Fairbanks. That means sunny skies and temperatures 20 to 30 degrees warmer than down in the valley.
Official site: https://shredthemoose.com/
Source : https://www.planetware.com/alaska/best-ski-resorts-us-ak-29.htm268