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With an average of 200 plus inches of snow each year, Big Powderhorn is the epitome of a good time for skiers and snowboarders. Tucked in the heart of Big Snow Country there definitely will not be a shortage of fresh snow for you to shred on your trip! This is an unforgettable destination for a great ski trip!
Ski-lovers of all ages will have an outstanding time at Crystal Mountain Resort! Their 34 downhill runs, over 40 kilometers of cross-country ski trails, fun kids programs, and a nationally certified ski and snowboard school are just a few of the incredible opportunities awaiting for you. As winner of OnThe Snow's Visitors' Choice Award for Best...
Carve up 31 different slopes, ranging from beginner to expert skill level. Five chair lifts ensure that the line is never too long and advanced snow-making technology ensures the runs are always well-maintained. Show off your moves at the terrain park and rent skis or snowboards at Dan Webster's Ski Shop!
The nearby Crystal Mountain Ski Resort offers mountains of fun for skiers and snowboarders of all skill and experience levels. Featuring 45 downhill slopes and miles of cross country skiing trails, you're sure to find a path that pleases you. So, grab your skis or plank and see you on the mountain!
Whether you're an alpine enthusiast or a flatland fanatic, The Timbers Resort provides all the skiing fun you could ask for! Head to Copper Peak for some downhill fun and the daring can soar through the sky on the world's largest ski jump. If you'd prefer to remain at ground level, cross country ski through the many nearby trails!
Ski-enthusiasts are sure to get a kick out of this fantastic Michigan destination. Mount Bohemia is not for beginners; they feature the highest vertical drop in the Midwest at 900 feet. It's truly a hidden treasure for backcountry skiers with an average snowfall of 273 inches! Skiing savants can test their skills on 85 exhilarating runs!
The City of Charlevoix happens to still have one of the few municipal ski facilities left in Michigan. Renowned as one of the country's top small ski areas, Mt. McSauba is ideals for the beginner or intermediate skier with a dash of slopes suitable for a more advanced rider. It's the perfect hub for your Michigan skiing vacation!
Looking forward to shredding the slopes of northern Michigan? The @ Michigan Inn and Lodge is just a short distance from Nub's Nob Ski Resort, the only Midwestern ski area to be ranked among North America's biggest and best ski resorts! Nub’s Nob boasts 53 ski slopes and trails on 3 separate peaks, a friendly staff, fresh homemade food, an...
With 253 acres of skiable terrain, 33 trails, a Snow Sports School and more, Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort is the ultimate getaway for winter fun. Named as having the "Best Downhill Terrain," you are guaranteed an exciting and challenging adventure. Whether you're new to the slopes or an expert skier, you're sure to have an unforgettable time!
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