MSIA – Cold is Cool – 4th and 5th Graders Ski Free with our NEW App!
MSIA Cold is Cool Passport allows Fourth and Fifth Graders to Ski Free in Michigan!
Families can obtain a Cold is Cool Ski & Ride Passport App for their 4th and/or 5th graders that gives them up to three free lift tickets or trail passes at 28 participating ski areas, plus additional discounts on the slopes [...]
Caberfae Peaks ~ WinAlpine JDT Race ~ March 4 – 5, 2023 [ March 4, 2023 to March 5, 2023. ]
Saturday & Sunday, March 4 & 5, 2023: WinAlpine Junior Development Race
Junior Development Teams from other ski resorts are on site to compete
Slalom training on March 3
Slalom Race on March 4
Giant Slalom & Slalom Race on March 5
Visit WinAlpine.com for more info. Race registration LINK HERE
JOIN US FOR OUR SPRING [...]
Crystal Mountain – Mardi Gras on the Mountain – March 4, 2023 [ March 4, 2023; ] Let the good times roll at Crystal Mountain this Mardi Gras Weekend! Dress in your favorite purple, green and gold! Skiers and boarders in FULL COSTUME receive $10 off their open-to-close lift ticket (valid Saturday, March 5, 2016 only). Discount only available at ticket window.
Caberfae Peaks ~ Jim Wickham Memorial Race ~ March 11, 2023 [ March 11, 2023; 11:00 am; ]
Saturday, March 11, 2023: Jim Wickham Memorial Race
Register at the ticket office from 8 am to 10:45 am, on March 11th
11 AM start, Slalom Race on Liberty – Open to All
Awards in Beatie’s Bar & Grill following the race
$10 per racer
Age divisions: 0-10, 11-14, 15-17, 18-35, 36-46, 47-57, 58 and [...]
Caberfae Peaks – Earl Huckle Memorial Race – March 12, 2023 [ March 12, 2023; 11:00 am; ]
Sunday, March 12, 2023: Earl Huckle Memorial Race
Register at the ticket office from from 8 am to 10:45 am on March 11 or March 12, 2023
11 AM Start, Giant Slalom on Liberty & Olympia – Open to All
Awards & Silent Auction in Beatie’s Bar & Grill following the race
$5 for [...]
Caberfae Peaks – SPRING CARNIVAL – March 18, 2023 [ March 18, 2023; ] Saturday, March 14th, is our annual SPRING CARNIVAL. We’ll have music on the slopes, the Snow Bar & Grill will be open, a Rail Jam, Costume Parade and everyone’s favorite: the Big Air Contest! Come out and be a part of the best day of the year and don’t forget your costume.
Crystal Mountain – Celts & Kayaks – March 18, 2023 [ March 18, 2023; ]
Cheers to a fun-filled St. Patrick's weekend, with plenty of activities for everyone.
Please Note: All activities are weather permitting and subject to cancellation.
9:30 - 10:30AM: Kayaks on the Snow Registration
Be the fastest one down our race course. Equipment provided, personal equipment is prohibited. All participants must have their own helmet and be at least 8 [...]
Caberfae Peaks Gold Cup Super G – March 19, 2023 [ March 19, 2023; 11:00 am; ]
Sunday, March 19, 2023: Caberfae Peaks Gold Cup Super G –
Register at the ticket office from 8 am to 10:45 am
Race is at 11 am on South Peak
Awards in Beatie’s Bar & Grill following the race
Super Giant Slalom on GGs Ride – Open to All
$10 per racer for the Gold [...]
Crystal Mountain ~ Retro Day ~ March 25, 2023 [ March 25, 2023; ] It's time for a retro flashback and its happening at Crystal Mountain! Dress in your favorite retro clothing. Skiers & Boarders in FULL COSTUME receive $10 OFF an open-to-close lift ticket. Lift ticket is valid Saturday, March 19, 2016 only.
FROM Mt Holly Ski Resort --> The new Lightning Express, High-Speed Quad Chairlift, has arrived at Mt Holly. It will replace Chair 6 on the backside, a Hall Triple Chairlift that was in use from 1975 to 2023. Mt Holly will be the only ski area in Southeast Michigan to have not just one, but two high-speed chairlifts operating this winter...
FROM The Highlands --> 3 chairlifts worth of sheave wheels and towers! The crew is moving out the last of what was the Camelot, MacGully, and Valley chairlifts to make way for the new Camelot C6 chairlift! C6 will be spinning for the 2023-24 ski season. ❄️
#highlands#whatsnew#SkiMichigan3 chairlifts worth of sheave wheels and towers! The crew is moving out the last of what was the Camelot, MacGully, and Valley chairlifts to make way for the new Camelot C6 chairlift! C6 will be spinning for the 2023-24 ski season. ❄️ ... See MoreSee Less
It's been an AMAZING snow season this year! Had so much fun and thank you for visiting. Mother Nature threw us a curve ball with high of 86 all week and 75 this weekend. With that said, Ski Brule is closed for the 22/23 season. Already counting the days to target opening of 23/24 season November 10, 2023. Don't miss out on the lowest season pass rate of the 23/24 season. Purchase before April 15 & save! Rates & online purchase at: skibrule.com/buy-tickets-gift-certificates/... See MoreSee Less
FROM Friends of Valley Spur Skied W this a.m. and things were very good. Used skins, and getting glide on the left of the trail. Get there early. I was able to get in upper parking lot. A lot of base left. Tried to ski B, but not much glide...
FROM Ski Brule Will Ski Brule be open this coming weekend? That was the #1 question this weekend. The plan is to be open Saturday and Sunday 9-4:00. But as you know, conditions can change quickly during the spring so check this Friday Facebook, instagram or www.Skibrule.com to get the most accurate details about this weekend.
#skibrule#SkiMichiganWill Ski Brule be open this coming weekend? That was the #1 question this weekend. The plan is to be open Saturday and Sunday 9-4:00. But as you know, conditions can change quickly during the spring so check this Friday Facebook, instagram or www.Skibrule.com to get the most accurate details about this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
FROM Forbush Corner Cross-Country Skiing What a way to end the season today! The “loop” groomed up perfect this morning for skating and classic after some additional snow yesterday and below freezing temps overnight. The flags have been lowered and put away, hopefully to be raised in November to start the 23/24 Season. Stay tuned. We will update periodically on what’s happening at the Corner during the off season.
#forbush #crosscountry#snowphotos#SkiMichiganWhat a way to end the season today! The “loop” groomed up perfect this morning for skating and classic after some additional snow yesterday and below freezing temps overnight. The flags have been lowered and put away, hopefully to be raised in November to start the 23/24 Season. Stay tuned. We will update periodically on what’s happening at the Corner during the off season. ... See MoreSee Less
We’re going crazy waiting for snow, so we’re having an impromptu Let it Snow sale! 25-50% off ALL sweaters from Woolrich, Smartwool, Dale of Norway, plus 25-50% off fleece pullovers and softshell jackets from Under Armour, Woolrich, Columbia and more.
These prices won’t last forever, so hurry over and catch us in this highly vulnerable moment!
Park rangers say “Let it snow!” so you can explore Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (National Lakeshore) on snowshoes this winter! On December 28, there will be a holiday hike (snowshoe hike; weather permitting) at 1:00 p.m. Meet at the National Lakeshore’s Philip A. Hart Visitor Center in Empire. Reservations are required.
The first hike of the regular season will be on Saturday, January 9, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. Then, snowshoe hikes will be offered every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. through March 5, 2016. Meet at the National Lakeshore’s Philip A. Hart Visitor Center in Empire. If you don’t have your own, snowshoes will be loaned at no charge. Participants need only purchase the park entrance pass or have an annual pass to join in the fun. Reservations are required whether you need to borrow snowshoes or have your own. Park ranger-led snowshoe hikes have a limit on the number of participants. Please call 231-326-4700, extension 5010, for details and to make reservations. If you make a reservation, but then need to cancel, please call and let us know so we can contact visitors on our waiting list.
Snowshoe hikes are fun for all ages. Inside the visitor center, park rRangers will first provide basic snowshoeing instructions and then everyone will travel by car to the trailhead or area of the National Lakeshore pre-selected for that day. Once there, the park ranger will help participants learn about the park’s unique features and winter’s effect on them by exploring and discovering clues on site. Be prepared and plan to be outside until about 3:00 p.m. Dress in layers and wear waterproof boots to be most comfortable.
Not only is snowshoeing easy, fun, and good exercise, it is also an activity that can be enjoyed by all ages. The park ranger-led hikes are mildly strenuous, yet they proceed at a leisurely pace for only one and a half miles at the most. The National Lakeshore is excited to offer programs such as the snowshoe hikes as a way to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS) in 2016. The goal of the NPS Centennial is to connect with and create the next generation of park visitors, supporters and advocates.