Michigan has a lot to choose from when it comes to ski resorts. There are all types, large and small and they have plenty of snow. These ski resorts are easily accessible from Canada as well as Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana. So if you are looking for a new ski experience, consider one of these Michigan Ski Resorts. You will not be disappointed.
These Michigan Ski Resorts all have lessons available. If you have never been to Michigan Ski Resorts, you should try one of these just once and if you do, you will want to come back again, if not for skiing in the winter, for some of the great events that go on all year long. Be sure to contact them and see what ski and stay specials they have going on with the local hotels and Bed and Breakfasts. They will have one that will suit your needs.
Ski Brule Ski Resort, Michigan
397 Brule Mountain Road
Iron River Michigan, 49935
1-800-DO-BRULE * 906-265-4957 * 1-800-362-7853
e-mail: [email protected]
Ski Brule has been around since 1956. There are 14 trails with 8 lifts, 3 chair and 5 surface. The trails are rated from novice all the way up to expert. There is also snowboarding, tubing, Nordic/cross country, half pipe and a terrain park.
Be sure to check out the lodging rates, they have a lot of great deals and in some places, pets are allowed.
Mt Holly Ski resort , Michigan
13536 S. Dixie Hwy
Holly, Michigan 48442
248-634-8269 or 8260
Mt. Holly is just an hours drive from Detroit, you can’t get more convenient than that. They have 20 trails from beginner to most difficult with 7 lifts, 6 ropes and a carpet.
They also have night skiing and snowboarding.
You won’t go hungry at Mt. Holly either.
There are two cafeterias, a pizza room, and a snack bar, so when you need a break from the slopes, you can get what you need to get an energy boost and get back at it. At the Slopeside Café, you will find a food court with a taco and Mexican food bar, a self serve drink island, and a walk up grill.
The Lift Lounge is for the over 21 crowd, where they can sit in front of one of the fireplaces and enjoy drinks and food.
Check out their contacts page for a very extensive list of hotels, motels and Bed and Breakfasts in the area that offer ski and stay packages.
Crystal Mountain Ski resort , Michigan
12500 Crystal Mountain Drive
Thompsonville, Michigan 49683
Crystal Mountain is a good sized, four season resort. And a great place to get in your winter ski resort vacation. There are 45 trails, rated easiest to most difficult and they are served by 9 lifts. There is night skiing and snowboarding is allowed on all the slopes. They also have Nordic/cross country, 4 half pipes and 2 terrain parks.
They cannot be matched when it comes to dining options.
.Thistle Pub & Grille
The Thistle Pub & Grille
You can get steaks, salads or fish and they are open for breakfast. They also have a kid’s menu.
Thistle Pub (3-5pm daily)
The Clipper Café – Open winter only
This is the place to come for a break from skiing. You can enjoy burgers, snacks, soups, sides and salads plus hot and cold beverages.
Picnic Park – Open winter only
Picnic Park in the Crystal Center offers a mid-day dining area for “brown baggers”. The large screen TV shows your favorite snow sports movies, and a snack area offers brown baggers items they may have forgotten. This has been expanded this winter to include a taco bar, chili and hot pockets.
NEW! The Hot Hut – Open winter only
This year you don’t have to come down from the top of the mountain to get a hot chocolate.
You can book your lodging on the site and get a ski and stay deal. They are different each month, so select your month and see what they have to offer.