Michigan Ski Resorts

Michigan is home to more than 40 ski resorts. A cluster of resorts are located in the Upper Penninsula. Blackjack and Indianhead Mountain Resort have merged and offer an interchangable pass. Boyne Highlands, located in North Michigan has the state's longest ski run. Northern Michigan is home to some of the best cross country skiing in the US.
Granite Peak-Largest Ski Area: WI or Michigan
Mountain Skiing in the heart of Wisconsin! 700 vertical feet and 74 runs! 65 acres of tree-skiing and 5 terrain parks! An experience that towers above the rest!
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South Michigan, 300 ft vertical, 14 lifts, 25 trails
Southeast Michigan's mountain of fun with a variety of scenic tree-lines slopes. Alpine Valley has expanded its snowmaking capabilities. It now has three distinct terrain parks and a half pipe for all ages and abilities. They are located 12 miles West of Pontiac.
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South Michigan, 220 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 12 trails
Located in the heart of the tri-cities, Michigan, Apple Mountain is a great place to learn to ski and snowboard and has a quad chairlift and a snowboarding park with a half-pipe.
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South Michigan, 250 ft vertical, 10 lifts, 20 trails
Cannonsburg Ski Area is located at 6800 Cannonsburg Road, Belmont, Michigan.
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Upper Peninsula, 600 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 25 trails
One of the most challenging ski area in Michigan. Located just a few miles from beautiful Lake Superior, Marquette Mountain is easy to get to from downtown Marquette.
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225 ft vertical, 0 lifts, 11 trails
A complete 1,000 acres winter and sports park located in Grayling, Michigan. The nordic trails are groomed for skate skiing.
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Upper Peninsula, 900 ft vertical, 0 lifts, 81 trails
The resort is located on the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan. Mount Bohemia is a resort that offers expert skiers and snowboarders real adventure. The lake effect snow is dry similar to western resorts and accumulates as powder which is untouched because they do not groom.
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North Michigan, 485 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 34 trails
Some of the longest and best ski runs in the Great Lakes Region. 12 miles west of Cadillac in northern Michigan. It has a large day lodge plus ski-in/ski-out Lodging with an outdoor heated pool & hot tub.
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Upper Peninsula, 500 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 17 trails
Norway Mountain is a ski hill & resort located in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. The average annual snowfall is 100 inches with this past 2014 ski season bringing in well above that. There are 175 skiable acres at Norway Mountain with 17+ runs and 2 terrain parks. This ski resort in Norway, Michigan has 500 feet of vertical fun.
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Upper Peninsula, 10 lifts, 52 trails
Ski fun at Harbour Springs, Michigan. Ski and snowboard on 3 separate peaks.
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North Michigan, 5 lifts, 31 trails
This four season resort and lodging is located in Gaylord, Michigan. They have several glade skiing trails. The ski facilities include 31 slopes, and 5 chair lifts including a high speed quad.
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South Michigan, 125 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 8 trails, 55 skiable acres
Skiing and snow tubing in Rockford just 15 minutes outside of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Each run has a two rope to get you to the top.
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South Michigan, 300 ft vertical, 12 lifts, 17 trails
Ski adventure with a fun factor of 10. It is located in Clarkston, Michigan just 30 minutes from Detroit. Find a ski shop for tuning and sales plus a cafeteria serving a variety of foods at the base.
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Upper Peninsula, 500 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 27 trails, 160 skiable acres
Pine Mountain is a four season resort located in Iron Mountain, in the upper peninsula of Michigan near the Wisconsin border. Pine Mountain Slide is known for having one of the better jumping hills. Top ski jumpers from over the world make their way to Pine Mountain to partake in the annual Jump Weekend.
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Upper Peninsula, 787 ft vertical, 1 lifts, 42 trails
Porcupine Mountains wilderness state park. Ontonagon, Michigan.
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South Michigan, 230 ft vertical, 18 lifts, 26 trails, 130 skiable acres
Michigan ski resort located in Brighton. 130 skiable acres, 26 trails, 7 chair lifts and 11 surface lifts plus a terrain park.
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South Michigan, 350 ft vertical, 15 lifts, 20 trails
Ski resort located in Otsego, Michigan. Bittersweet is 350 feet vertical, with a total of 20 runs.
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Upper Peninsula, 440 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 24 trails, 112 skiable acres
Small ski center operated by the Michigan Tech University. Located less than a mile east of Hancock. Featuring a chairlift, and T-Bar lifts, Mt. Ripley now has extensive snow making capabilities.
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South Michigan, 350 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 19 trails, 100 skiable acres
Ski resort nestled in the beautiful Groveland Valley, just one hour north of Detroit and offering skier friendly slopes for the whole family.
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North Michigan, 210 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 10 trails
Ski hill and snowboard terrain park located in Harrison, Michigan. Snow tubing too!
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South Michigan, 225 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 11 trails
Swiss Valley Ski & Snowboard Area is the closest Michigan ski area to Chicago and Indiana.
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North Michigan, 375 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 15 trails, 16 skiable acres
Ski resort on Bay Mountain, in northern Michigan. The exceptional natural setting amidst the natural splendor of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore makes for memorable family vacations. Some of runs are designed for beginners, others for experts. But the views are for everyone.
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South Michigan, 240 ft vertical, 10 lifts, 16 trails, 50 skiable acres
Ski, snowboard or tube in southwest Michigan near Kalamazoo. From gentle slopes to steep bruisers, this hill has plenty to offer anyone.
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North Michigan, 225 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 23 trails, 80 skiable acres
Family skiing in the heart of Northern Michigan's snow belt. Choose to stay, dine and play right on the hill.
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