North Dakota Ski Resorts

North Dakota has three ski resorts two of which border the Manitoba, Canada border. Bottineau Winter Park is a small resort with 9 trails. Frost Fire is the other small resort located 2 hours southwest of Winnipeg. Huff Hills is situated central state along the western slope of the Missouri River. It is the largest ski area in the state with a vertical drop of 450 ft. Ski season at Huff Hills usually runs around Thanksgiving weekend through to the second or third week of March.
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180 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 9 trails, 40 skiable acres
Family friendly winter ski resort located in Bottineau, in the heart of the North Dakota snowbelt. 9 trails, 5 lifts and night skiing.
350 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 10 trails
Family ski resort located in Walhalla, North Dakota. 10 trail runs open to skiing and snowboarding. Less than 2 hours southwest of Winnipeg, MB.
450 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 16 trails
Enjoy skiing and snowboarding in a family environment at this ski area located in Mandan, North Dakota. Huff Hills Ski Area also has sister resort relationships with a number of other areas. Ski areas from Red Lodge Mountain, to the Mystic Miner Resort at Deer Mountain, and many other midwest areas all offer great deals to Huff Hills Ski Area season passholders.