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!
- Ski Blackjack AND Indianhead Mountains on One Ticket!
- Ski Two Resorts on One Ticket! Enjoy Blackjack AND Indianhead Mountain Resorts with the new BIG Ticket. Two Resorts. One Lift Ticket. Endless Variety.
- Lutsen Mountains
- Mid-America's largest & highest ski area. 4 mountains. 95 runs. 1000' vertical. 'Mountain skiing without the airfare'.
300 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 6 trails
4 lifts, 15 trails
211 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 18 trails, 30 skiable acres
200 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 15 trails, 50 skiable acres
214 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 12 trails, 40 skiable acres
190 ft vertical, 11 lifts, 25 trails, 120 skiable acres