Driving Directions to Wilmot Mountain

Comprehensive and detailed driving directions so you can spend less time driving and more time skiing at Wilmot Mountain.

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Wilmot Mountain

Wilmot has a 230-foot vertical drop with skiing/riding on 120 acres. There's a long run of 2,500 feet to keep you rolling, but despite being a bit small by even Midwestern standards, literally hundreds of thousands of Chicagoland skiers have learned to ski here in the last 65 years. The resort really caters to night skiers. Just follow the stream of taillights heading north out of Chicago or Milwaukee with ski racks on a star-laden winter night, and most likely they will lead you to Wilmot Mountain.

By Car:

From Chicago: Head north on I-94. Take the IL-173/Rosecrans Rd. exit. Turn left at IL-173 W/Rosecrans Rd, following IL-173 W. Turn right at Johnsburg Wilmot Rd/Wilmot Rd., following Wilmot Rd. and entering Wisconsin. Continue onto 322nd Ave./392. Continue onto Fox River Rd.

From Rockford: Take IL-173 E to S. Division St. and turn left. Turn right at E. Diggins St./IL-173 E, following IL-173 E. Turn left at Johnsburg Wilmot Rd/Wilmot Rd., following Wilmot Rd. and entering Wisconsin. Continue onto 322nd Ave./392. Continue onto Fox River Rd.

From Milwaukee: Take I-43 S toward I-94/I-794. Exit 345 toward Wisconsin C East-West. Slight left at Frontage Rd. Take the first right onto Wilmot Rd. Turn left at Fox River Rd.

From Madison: Take US-12 E/US-18 E toward I-90/I-94. Exit 267A to merge onto I-39 S/I-90 E toward Janesville/Chicago. Exit 185B to merge onto I-43 N/Milwaukee Rd. toward Milwaukee, following I-43 N. Exit 27A to merge onto US-12 E toward Lake Geneva. Exit toward US-12 E. Turn left at US-12 E, entering Illinois. Turn left at IL-173 E/Kenosha St. Turn left at Johnsburg Wilmot Rd/Wilmot Rd., following Wilmot Rd. and entering Wisconsin. Continue onto 322nd Ave./392. Continue onto Fox River Rd.

 

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