There’s a lot of activity this week as Michigan ski resorts aim to take advantage of the early cold front.
Presented in no particular order of importance here’s the low-down on what’s happening at the southeast Michigan ski areas this season. Pine Knob Individual lift ticket pricing is not yet available for 2014/2015 but Pine Knob season passes will be $460 through the end of Septmber (20% early-bird discount). Pine Knob will be boasting some…
A little rain never hurt anybody, unless you’re a ski area, in which case a few days of mellow temps and light rain are apparently enough to kill the season. Most smaller ski areas in Michigan had gone to weekends only operations, and were poised to operate on a day-by-day basis, but as of only…
While most of you were nursing hangovers from the New Year’s revelries the night before, I packed up the Jeep and headed up to Pine Knob to do that snowsurfboarding thing.
Should’ve ridden Saturday which would’ve been another legendary spring corn session in January. Instead, I opted for Sunday to hook up for a few with Jon from Parx.
Full report on Pine Knob’s terrain parks as of January 5, 2013.
It’s pretty clear Pine Knob is pushing for great parks again this winter. Pine Knob boasts three terrain parks, all of which are now fully open,. They aren’t quite in peak-season form yet, but they’re getting there! Details below.
Almost every trail was either open or partially accessible, there were a few basic features and a mini-jump, and the snow was great.