It’s hard to believe but we’re pretty much halfway through the season at this point. Most resorts and ski areas start lining up their springtime events for early- to mid-March to ensure adequate snow coverage. Almost all of the ski areas will be closed by April 1, so if you’re still on the fence about…
Nub’s Nob presents the 4th annual Manna Food Project Rail Jam on November 30, 2013
Looks like another super fun park at Nub’s Nob this season and the Rome Great Lakes Insurgents crew kills it with mostly jibtastic riding in this edit.
Here’s the skinny on who’s already open and who’s opening this week, if you’re in Chicago-land or Ohio and you’re dying for a fix, get after it and head to Michigan.
By next Friday, I would expect almost all of the lower-peninsula ski areas to have chairs running and gapers gaping. Although we’re off to a slow start, it’s still a start and hopefully the season will be in full swing for the Christmas holiday season.
It’s that time of year again… here’s the rundown on this year’s season pass offerings at Michigan’s ski resorts of the northern lower peninsula. These are all full-service resorts, within 4 hours of Detroit, and 5 of Toledo, Indianapolis or Chicago.
For those of us in the Midwest, Snowvember is often elusive. It’s a great start to a season if we can get out to the slopes by Thanksgiving or earlier but that’s never guaranteed.
Earlier this week I took a look at season pass offerings in Michigan for Metro-Detroit area ski resorts and also some of the smaller resorts on the state’s west side . There are many ski areas and full-service resorts a few hours to the north, within 4 hours from Detroit, 5 from Toledo, Indianapolis and Chicago.