- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 11/29 - 3/16
|820ft - 1280ft|
|11%| 25%| 36%| 28%|
|from US$0.00 to US$47.00
Complete list of skipass prices
Perched on a long ridge overlooking busy I-90/I-94, Cascade is considered the top day trip area in the Midwest. Chicago is three hours away, Milwaukee less than two, and Madison just a scant 30 minutes. Weekend crowds can be big, but the ski area is equipped to handle them. With 10 lifts including a high-speed, detachable quad, they can move a lot of skiers uphill quickly. Cascade is a pure ski hill. The 460-foot ski hill offers 34 trails, four terrain parks and two halfpipes. Cascades bump runs are legendary. They’ll make you wish for a teenager’s knees again. Mogul Monster, with Volkswagen-sized bumps, is open to expert skiers only. The ski area used to have a tough reputation, but over the years Cascade has added several new beginner and intermediate runs to help soften that image.
Amtrak and Greyhound, along with the Municipal airport, available in Portage. Ski shops, lessons for kids ages 4 years to 10 years, Playtime child care for children 3 years old and above (reservations required). Snack bars, dining area, and lounge.
Cascade Mounntain, Cascade Mountian, Cascademountain, Cascademountains, Cascademoutain, Cascades, Casecade Mountain
While January, February and March are touted as the months to hit the mountains, sometimes skiers get lucky with snow that keeps on co... More