Wisconsin Ski Resorts

Wisconsin ranks third in the country for the number of ski and snowboard resorts. With resorts scattered throughout the state residents are within an hour's travel time to skiing and snowboarding areas. Many are just a short drive from Chicago or Milwaukee. The season usually starts in the north in November with most resorts open by December running through to March. Granite Peak located in the heart of Wisconsin has the highest skiable terrain in the state. Devil's Head in South Central Wisconsin is a four-season resort with 300 acres of terrain, the third largest in the Midwest. Whitecap is located on the western end of the Lake Superior snow belt. The resort is sprawled out over three mountains. Mt. La Crosse offers a wide variety of terrain, Wisconsin's longest run at 5,300 ft. and Mid-America's steepest trail.
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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300 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 6 trails
This nonprofit member's only ski club is located just outside Madison, Wisconsin on our sixty acres of land They downhill and cross country ski, ski jump on othe five jumps, and bike around our five miles of mountain bike trails. An after-school cross country ski program is offered for disadvantaged youth. Over the years, the club has built facilities and acquired maintenance equipment, including two heated chalets, snowmaking equipment, and machines to keep the slopes well groomed.
375 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 10 trails
Bruce Mound is a small ski center located in Clark Country, south east of Eau Claire off I94. Features 8 trails, 5 lifts, snow tubing and night skiing.
4 lifts, 15 trails
Ski and snowboard park located in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Continual upgrades are planned for night skiing/snowboarding, terrain park improvements and more. It's not at all unusual to pause on the slopes to watch eagles overhead.
350 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 26 trails
Small family ski resort located in Bruce, Wisconsin. Enjoy apres ski in the rustic slopeside chalet. The rental shops offers all styles of equipment for skiing and snowboarding.
250 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 15 trails, 40 skiable acres
Wisconsin all season ski resort offering downhill and nordic skiing in the winter. Find onsite vacation lodging.
211 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 18 trails, 30 skiable acres
Ski and snowboard vacation resort & spa located a short drive from Milwaukee and Chicago. Enjoy 18 slopes, a terrain park, 10km of cross country trails as well as snowshoeing in season.
230 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 5 trails
The Keyes Peak Ski Hill is a county owned and operated area that provides downhill skiing, snowtubing, snowshoeing and cross country ski trails. Enjoy panoramic views from the highest area in Florence County.
200 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 15 trails, 50 skiable acres
Off Interstate Hwy 41 in Slinger, Wisconsin. The ski area was completely remodeled in the summer of 2012. You can ski both sides of the hill at Little Switzerland. There are three terrain parks along with 15 ski runs.
516 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 19 trails, 100 skiable acres
Skiing in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Mt. LaCrosse has been open since 1959 and boasts Wisconsin's longest run.
265 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 14 trails
Family ski area located in Mt. Morris, Wisconsin. Vertical drop of 265 feet. There is also a tubing park for exciting fun.
214 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 12 trails, 40 skiable acres
Small family-run ski area located 35 miles north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The facilities at the Sunburst chalet include ski and snowboard rentals, cafeteria and lockers. The resort claims to have the largest tubing park in the world!
260 ft vertical, 10 lifts, 24 trails, 90 skiable acres
Ski and snowboard area in Dresser Wisconsin, 47 miles northeast of St. Paul, Minnesota. 22 runs with 100 percent snowmaking coverage and night skiing.
260 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 18 trails, 30 skiable acres
Located in Mt. Horeb, about 20 miles west of Madison, Wisconsin. 300 ft vertical.
182 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 6 trails
Sussex, Wisconsin ski club - the name Ausblick is SkiClub rearranged. Club active membership is limited to no more that 400 total memberships with the focus being on family.
190 ft vertical, 11 lifts, 25 trails, 120 skiable acres
Ski and snowboarding resort located in south/east Wisconsin about an hour from the Chicagoland area. The resort offers a variety of ski and snowboard runs, a Snocross course, four terrain parks and snow tubing.