Our Michigan Ski Tour stops next in Southeast Lower Michigan. Stay tuned next week too as we explore cross country skiing and some events and racing!
Alpine Valley – White Lake, MI
Alpine Valley is Michigan’s largest ski area, offering slopes for advanced and beginning skiers. The snowboarding area offer 350 feet with verts of up to 10 feet high and a terrain park complete with a variety of ramps, rails and launches for really big air.
Apple Mountain â€“ Freeland, MI
Apple Mountain in Saginaw Valley is a great place to ski and snowboard in the Heart of Mid-Michigan. A Season Pass offers great savings and flexibility – come whenever you want and stay as long as you want.
Pine Knob â€“ Clarkston, MI
Pine Knob is 300 feet vertical, with a total of 17 runs and offers 2 World-Famous WonderCarpets in 100 ft. and 300 ft. lengths, plus 6 chairlifts, and 4 tow ropes with snowmaking experience and technology that is second to none.
Mt. Holly â€“ Holly, MI
Mt. Holly has 18 trails ranging from beginner to advanced, serviced by 7 chairlifts including Southeast Michigan’s only High-Speed Quad detachable. High-power snowmaking equipment assures that there’s snow even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate. With a Bavarian style lodge, cafeterias, fireplace room and ski and rental shop, Mt. Holly is a full-service ski are.
Mt. Brighton â€“ Brighton, MI
Mt. Brighton offers a 250′ vertical with their longest run at 1,350 feet. They have 26 runs served by seven chair lifts and ten tow-ropes as well as a terrain park and halfpipe for freestyle skiers and snowboarders.