Shanty Creek resorts has been hard at work with an ambitious set of upgrades and improvements which will be in place for opening day, November 28
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…
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.
The weather as expected was less than desireable: heavy rain soaked slush snow, mashed potatoes, but fortunately being a weekday, the slopes were empty.
We ripped a few groomers, got stuck in the sticky snow in the glades; I would’ve liked better conditions to talk about the mountain as a whole, but as it was, the snow was just fine for riding park and so that’s where we spent most of our time.
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.
Everywhere I look legit ski areas are innovating and giving their customers a better experience. So we here in Michigan can’t compete with the new Gondola or the Stash Terrain Park at Jackson Hole, I get that but there’s plenty of Michigan ski resorts that are investing in making better experiences for their customers.
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.