With nearly 300 skiable acres, 50 trails, 18 lifts and four terrain parks, there is enough terrain to challenge experts to beginners, day or night. Two tricky terrain parks, tubing, tow ropes and
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area is owned and managed by the Clark County Forestry and Parks Department. It is the mission of the Forestry and Parks Department to establish, develop, protect, maintain, and manage county parks, campgrounds, dams, forests, fairgrounds, ski areas, and trail systems. We strive to provide dependable multi-season recreational opportunities for the public, while also providing a sustained yield of forest products and associated amenities.
They have 41 runs, the longest being a full mile, and a vertical drop of 460 feet. Six terrain parks will keep anybody occupied, while they have tubing for less intense riders. Towropes and
Twenty-two lighted runs up to 4,000 feet long, with a 350-foot vertical drop with one double chairlift, one t-bar and three rope tows, tubing runs, towropes and chairlifts, rental gear,
From the gentle slopes of Chippewa to the radical pitch of O'Chute, each run is obscured from the next by an abundant growth of birch, oaks, and pines. Modern snowmaking and daily grooming insure
A massive place with 74 runs up to 1.5 miles in length and an awesome vertical drop of around 700 feet. They also have tubing, tons of rentals, a ski shop, chalet, lodging, restaurants, snowmaking,
(608) 788-0044 and (800) 426-3665
N5549 Old Town Rd.
Offers 18 slopes and trails that are serviced by four chair lifts and one tow rope. They also have a convenient chalet, rental and repair, food and a bar, and a 516 foot vertical drop.
9500 Spirit Mountain Place
800-826-7166, (715) 755-2955, or (651) 433-5141
2232 100th Ave.
Featuring 23-24 runs with tubing, towropes and chairlifts, rentals, a ski shop, chalet, restaurant, snowmaking, and instruction available. The longest run is 2,500 feet with a vertical drop of