Alaska Ski For Women

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The 21st Annual ~ Sunday, February 7, 2016

Thanks to the many volunteers that made this happen. Thanks to our great sponsors! Thanks to EVERYONE that donated $$ to this fund-raiser! It is never too late to donate!

2016 Photos - Bib List

2016 Alaska Ski For Women Video - ADN
2016 Alaska Ski For Women Photos - ADN

Group Winners - Google Maps

Duo Winner - Volcanos

Kid Winner

2016 Information Sheet - pdf

Alaska Ski For Women Poster

Join in the fun at the colorful Alaska Ski for Women (ASFW) – North America’s largest women-only cross-country ski event. This is a great event where women of all ages and abilities come out to Nordic ski approximately 2.4 miles (4K), many in colorful costumes, while raising funds for local non-profit organizations that help stop the cycle of domestic abuse against women and children.

This is not only a FUN event, it’s also a FUNDRAISING event! Through the generous donations of ASFW participants, and the hard work of our all-volunteer committee, the race has been able to make an impact in the community by contributing over $1,000,000 to groups that actively work to improve women’s lives. A special focus is ending the cycle of violence against women and their families and to help women in crisis find positive solutions to a healthier life. See our beneficiaries page for the list of current fund recipients.

Please continue to give generously with the assurance that 100% of your donation is dedicated to improving the lives of women.

Some fun reading about what happens when there isn't snow, like back in 2005.

Triple Patch ProgramThe ASFW is designated one of the four Triple Patch women’s sporting events in Alaska. The Triple Patch program provides a classy, distinctive patch awarded to women and girls who complete three of the four designated sporting events in one calendar year. Participation in the Party Wave is counted towards the patch, but participants must insure that the tear-off portion of your bib is taken at the finish line. Read About Triple Patch
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