Thanks to Bob Cowen of Alpine Valley Ski Patrol, we have a list of ski swaps for the coming fall.  This list may change, so click on it again, before heading out!  Ski Swaps.pdf - Google Drive Also, Sun & Snow has a series of swaps. ...

THE SKINNER FAMILY CLOSES ON ACQUISITION OF BIG SNOW RESORT, MICHIGAN Big Snow Resort, Indianhead & Blackjack Names to be Phased Out Duluth, Minnesota (August 29, 2022) - Charles Skinner, Jr. has completed the acquisition of the ski resort from Art Dumke. The purchase includes the two...

Michigan skier and snowboarder break World Record for most ski areas in 24 hours February 27, 2022 – Clarkston, MI – Beginning at noon on Saturday, February 26 and ending on Sunday, February 27, Michigan skier Kyle Kelly from Caledonia and snowboarder friend Brad Dykstra of...

Want to learn to ski or snowboard? This January, join the fun on the slopes as you “Discover Michigan Skiing!” Clarkston, MI (December 2021) – Ski areas across Michigan have teamed up with Michigan McDonald’s restaurants to offer a fun and affordable program to learn to ski...

Fourth and Fifth Graders Ski all winter with the Cold is Cool Passport App. November 2021 – Clarkston, MI - Ski areas and resorts across Michigan have teamed up to provide skiing to 4th and 5th grade students with the “Cold is Cool” Ski & Ride...

Last winter was challenging, but thanks to the hard work of the management and staff of Michigan’s ski areas, skiers and riders were able to enjoy most slopes and trails without COVID-19 disruptions. What to expect at ski areas this season…know before you go! The Michigan Snowsports...

You may not know this, but Michigan is steeped in skiing history. Michigan is home to the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame and some of the first and largest ski jumping competitions originated here back in the early 1900s. While not many of...

Without a doubt, 2020 has been a year of change.  Dealing with the safety of guests and staff during a pandemic has been a top priority of ski areas across Michigan as they prepare to open.  Indoor capacity limits, face covering rules, new outdoor dining...

Throughout the warm months ski areas across the state have been hard at work making improvements to get you back on their hills this winter. With over 30 resorts across Michigan, it can be hard to stay in the loop. This season, in collaboration with the agnarchy.com, we have reached out to all corners of the state to get you all of the updates for the 2019-2020 ski and snowboard season.

November, 2018 – Clarkston, MI - Ski areas and resorts across Michigan have teamed up to provide free skiing to 4th and 5th grade students with the “Cold is Cool” Ski & Ride Passport. All fourth- and fifth-grade kids with a passport can ski for...

Leadership skills and a true commitment to the sport of skiing in Michigan have earned Harbor Springs resident James “JB” Bartlett a place in the Michigan Ski Hall of Fame. He was inducted on August 20 during a special ski industry dinner at Boyne...

Perhaps you are one of those people who has thought about skiing but hasn't taken the (literal) leap off the couch to give it a try. This winter there are three special events that may persuade you to get outside and onto Michigan's slopes and trails.

Ski at 33 Michigan resorts for $269! The Michigan Snowsports Industries Association (MSIA) has produced a card that allows the holder to ski at 33 different Michigan ski areas this winter for just $269.

Fourth and Fifth Graders Ski Free in Michigan! Ski areas and resorts across Michigan have teamed up with Michigan McDonald’s restaurants to give kids an opportunity to get out, have fun and get healthy this winter.

Skiers and boarders can look forward to the coming season with plenty of places to enjoy Michigan’s snow-filled slopes and trails. With a combined total of 49 ski areas, boasting over 240 lifts, about 1,000 runs, more than 80 terrain parks and hundreds of kilometers...