Michigan Ski News
WHAT'S NEW ON MICHIGAN SLOPES AND TRAILS
See what the resorts have in store for the exciting new season. Click Here...
AVALANCHE SHARKS! BE AFRAID!
Just when you thought it was safe to go skiing...Click
here to read more and be sure to watch the video.
CABERFAE PEAKS TO OPEN BACKCOUNTRY
Backcountry skiing is coming to the lower peninsula this winter. Caberfae Peaks will offer the region's only
backcountry terrain. Read more...
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COLD IS COOL: 4TH GRADERS SKI FREE
Fourth graders can ski and snowboard for free this winter at many Michigan resorts. All that's needed is a Cold Is
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WHAT'S NEW AT BOYNE THIS WINTER
The Highlands turns 50 and together with Boyne
Mountain over $3 million has been spent to celebrate with many improvements. Read
NUB'S NOB ADDS TECHNOLOGY
Nub's Nob is adding technology both inside and outside this winter. Read more...
SKI FLYING RETURNS TO COPPER PEAK
After a 20 year absence, ski flying will return to Copper Peak in Ironwood on February 28 through March 2.
CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN EXPANDS TERRAIN AND ADDS A LIFT
A new qhuad chair replaces the old buck
lift and a terrain expansion highlights what's new at Crystal Mountain this season. Read all about it...
VAIL RESORTS SPENDS $10 MILLION ON MT. BRIGHTON
The Michigan ski area is getting a brand new look for 2013-2014.
Read about it in the Detroit News...
SKI AREAS SEEK CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION FROM CONGRESS
115 Ski areas from 24 states have signed the Climate Declaration, which calls on U.S. federal policymakers and
legislators to seize the economic opportunity of addressing climate change. Read the
FEATURED RECIPES FROM ANNIE'S KITCHEN
During the winter you may want to have the kids help in the kitchen. Here's a
fun recipe -- Corn Flake Chicken with Egg Noodles. See this and
more on our Skier's Kitchen page.