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Downhill skiing and snowboarding

Snowboard heading down tree-lined run

Downhill skiing and snowboarding

Our 20 runs allow skiers and snowboarders to choose between fresh corduroy or powder. You can follow groomed runs downhill or pop into the woods and make fresh tracks in the powder. The downhill area is serviced by a triple chairlift and tow rope that will take you to the west end of the hill.

For those thrill-seeking skiers and snowboarders, there are glades cut between every run to provide wide open spaces. Well-spaced trees do not force you to bushwhack, but you still can find some tight spots if you choose. The degree of difficulty in the glades run from beginner to advanced terrain. You'll find numerous areas to make your own tracks on untouched powder. Best backcountry skiing in the area!

In the natural terrain park, you'll find tree trunk rails and huge boulders and several small to medium cliffs you can use for jumps. There are a variety of angles from crazy steep to low.

All you need is a Recreation Passport to enter the park and a lift ticket to use the triple lift and tow rope.

Trail and snow report

See what runs are open and get current weather conditions and snow updates.

Trail status and snow report