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About the mountain

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About the mountain

2023 fall color chairlift rides

Sept. 23, 24, 30 and Oct. 1, 7, 8 and 14 (noon - 6 p.m. EDT)

Fall color information »

2023-24 ski and snowboard season

The opening date for the ski hill is slated for the end of December 2023.

Groomed ski trail with snowy trees and blue sky

Trail and snow report

See what runs are open and get current weather conditions and snow updates. Plus check out our NEW webcam!

Map of ski runs

Trail maps

See the downhill and cross-country ski/snowshoe/fat-tire bike trail maps and a map of the disc golf course.

Mountain stats

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20 downhill runs

3 Beginner runs

8 Intermediate runs

9 Expert runs

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3 lifts

1 Triple chairlift

1 Rope tow

1 Paddle tow

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Natural terrain park

Tree trunk rails, huge boulders and several small to medium cliffs you can use for jumps.

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200" annual snowfall

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670' Vertical
800' Hikeable
250+ Skiable acres
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Tree runs

Glades cut between every run provide wide open spaces and untouched powder.

Safety guide

The Michigan Snowsports Industries Association created the Ski & Ride Safety Guide to keep guests safe on Michigan slopes and trails. Learning and practicing what is contained in this guide, using common sense and making good decisions will contribute to everyone's safety.

Find Michigan Ski & Ride Safety Guide »