Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort is located one hour north of Detroit in the Groveland Valley and tends to have a longer front and back end to its season than other areas in the region. It is mainly geared towards intermediate and advanced skiers with some terrain for beginners.
The ski resort is about an hour from Detroit, which is also the nearest major airport. You will need to rent a car to get to it.
There are 350 vertical feet of skiing and riding. You will find 100 skiable acres spread over 16 trails. Night skiing is also available. Mt. Holly has 13 lifts (7 chairlifts and 6 surface lifts, including a high-speed chair). There is 100% snowmaking coverage on the trails. Base elevation is 765 feet, and the summit is 1,115 feet. The terrain is 39% advanced and intermediate, and 22% beginner.
There are two base lodge cafeterias, and equipment rentals are offered on the mountain. The most difficult runs are located on the far-left side of the base lodge. Four lifts provide service to the beginner area, and the bunny hill has a carpet and rope.