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Lutsen is quadruple the size of most Great Lakes ski resorts. With four peaks, more than 1,000 acres, a nearly 900-foot vertical drop, 90 runs, and the region’s only gondola, it’s a legitimate ski area. This New England look-alike also gets rave reviews from skiers and snowboarers for scenery thanks to its spectacular views of Lake Superior from just about anywhere on the mountain. Located on four separate peaks of the Sawtooth Mountain range - Moose Mountain, Eagle Mountain, Ullr Mountain and Mystery Mountain - Lutsen offers long New England-like trails on 1000 acres of skiable terrain and a 1,088 feet of vertical.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/17/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/14/2013
Projected Days Open: 127
Days Open Last Year: 135
Years Open: 65
Average Snowfall: 120"
Pros: Lots of different skiing options
Cons: After the lifts close there isn't much to do.
Pros: Lots of terrain
Pros: great vertical drop, great for intermediate to advanced skiers, well groomed, friendly helpful staff
Cons: no night ski, no speed lifts, very limited beginner runs
Pros: They have snow
Cons: The worst management for customer service!
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Lutsen mountain sends off the season with the Mountain Meltdown music eventMore