Pine Mountain

Whether you are an expert skier looking to tune your skills, or a rookie to the sport, Pine Mountain has terrain to suit all abilities. Pine Mountain Golf & Ski Resort also has a full service restaurant, Famers Sports Bar & Grill, home to the UP Sports Hall of Fame! If you’re looking for golf, check out TimberStone Golf Course.

Marquette Mountain

Experience the North woods are Marquette Mountain Resort. We offer four seasons of adventure and natural beauty. Whether you prefer slopes or trails, capture spectacular views of Lake Superior and cozy up to the fire with family and friends. Located just minutes from downtown Marquette, Michigan.

Ski Brule

Ski Brule is the first to open and the last to close in the region with the best snow conditions at all times. Ski Brule is the friendliest, most outgoing resort anywhere.

Mount Bohemia

Mount Bohemia in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has the longest runs with the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest. This hidden secret is a true treasure for backcountry skiers & riders.

The average snowfall in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is 273 inches. The lake effect snow is dry similar to western resorts and accumulates as powder which is untouched because we do not groom. This makes for a great morning to make the first tracks.

Mt. Zion

Mt. Zion is a public ski hill located on Gogebic Community College’s campus in Ironwood, Michigan. Home to GCC’s nationally acclaimed Ski Area Management program, Mt. Zion offers days-long outdoor entertainment for the entire family. Enjoy picturesque views of “Big Snow Country” while downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowtubing, or snowshoeing. Mt. Zion Ski Hill also offers “learn to ski/snowboard” programs that are perfect for children and beginners of all ages.

Porcupine Mountains Ski Area

The Porkies is truly a family resort that provides a winter sports experience fitting every family member: first timers, aspiring intermediates, thrill seeking advanced athletes and park rats that want a taste of natural features. Snowboarders, alpine and telemark skiers can experience an unparalleled variety of terrain from well groomed runs to powder stashes. From green comfortable runs to thrilling black diamonds. From open runs to nicely shaped glades.

Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort

Big Powderhorn Mountain is tucked away in Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula. Your escape to the Northwoods begins with 17 feet of average natural snowfall, renowned grooming, family friendly specials, and a down-home staff who treats you like family. Throw in a charming Bavarian style village and you have the makings for an unforgettable winter getaway!

Snowriver Mountain – Jackson Creek Summit

Off the Jackson Creek Summit you’ll find a ton of groomers and cruisers with plenty of amenities including our Jackson Creek Lodge for vacation stays! The Jackson Creek Chalet features the Sky Bar with beautiful views and vistas including a huge selection of beers, cocktails and pub style fare.  Upstairs you’ll find the Cafeteria for quick grab and go items along with a huge retail shop and equipment rentals.

Snowriver Mountain – Black River Basin

The slopes and lifts from the Black River Basin area operate Thursday through Sunday and special holidays. The special legacy of Black River Basin is that you can find that unbelievable Snow Country Powder from the week on Thursdays as we don’t groom the hill through the week and leave it in it’s “au natrual” state for fun on Thursdays.  Black River Basin’s chalet offers Logger’s Lounge for food & beverage as well as an equipment rental shop, plenty of seating and locker room facilities.