Downhill skiing & snowboarding

Wishing for a winter wonderland? We’ve got it.

The Porcupine Mountains receives nearly 200 inches of snow a year—that means nearly endless opportunities for winter recreation on the shores of Lake Superior.

Downhill skiers and snowboarders can enjoy 15 groomed trails and four glade trails—along with breathtaking views of Lake Superior—at the Porcupine Mountains Winter Sports Complex, which also offers a launching point for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing adventures.

The Porcupine Mountains Ski Area is also home the annual Midwest Telefest, a telemark (free-heel skiing) event held in February.

Find more information about the Porcupine Mountains Winter Sports Complex, including rates, conditions and a webcam, on their website or Facebook page.

If you’re up for a day trip, the Porcupine Mountains is located within a 90-minute drive of five other ski hills: Mount BohemiaMont RipleyBig Powderhorn Mountain ResortSnowriver Mountain Resort, and Blackjack Ski Resort.

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Note: Please travel safely and responsibly when you are visiting the Porcupine Mountains and Ontonagon County. Some businesses and facilities may have modified hours or procedures; please contact them directly for information. See Michigan’s latest coronavirus orders here.



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