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NEW CHAIRLIFT COMING TO CABERFAE PEAKS THIS WINTER

Caberfae Peaks in Cadillac will be even better this season thanks to the installation of highest chairlift in Northern Michigan!  A brand new Doppelmayr, triple chair is being installed and will be ready to go for the 2016/2017 season.  The new chairlift will have a top elevation of 1561′ and will provide an incredible 360 degree view of the surrounding Manistee National Forest. The new fixed-grip triple chairlift will better serve the North Peak complex.  The chair will unload at the top of North Peak 15 vertical feet higher than the North Peak Quad Chair.  This will allow easy access to both the green runs on the back side (Smiling Irishmen, Easy Street, Shelter) and the more advanced runs on the front side (Canyon, Lift Line, No. 1, Cruiser).  The new chairlift will increase our uphill capacity, which will reduce lift lines at the bottom of North Peak. To see news and a photo gallery...click here

 

WEBCAMS FROM MICHIGAN SKI RESORTS

Check out what's going on at your favorite resort. MSIA has a cool webcam page. Click here...

 

FEATURED RECIPES FROM ANNIE'S KITCHEN

When you return from the slopes or trails, there's nothing like a cold beer. To go with that libation, how about a Brewmaster's Thick Crust Pizza.  Made with beer, easy to make while you drink beer, great to eat with beer. What's not to like?  See this and more on our Skier Kitchen page.

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CHILDREN'S SEASON PASSES ONLY $10 AT CABERFAE PEAKS -- AVAILABLE UNTIL AUGUST 31

Here's an amazing deal for kids 8-under -- a full season pass for $10! Ski every midweek day for $10 or Saturdays & Sundays for $10. Ski every day, seven days a week, for just $20. Click here for more information. 

 

ROCK AND ROLL FUN

If you're near Cadillac be sure to stop and see the only monument to KISS in the entire world. This is a photo op not to be missed. Check it out! Also, the brand new CADILLAC TRAVEL GUIDE is now available online and in print.