Alpine Valley Resort, located in Wisconsin’s Sugar Creek Valley, provides some of the most diverse skiing and snowboarding terrain in the Midwest. Alpine Valley features over 90 acres of skiable terrain and a vertical drop of 388 feet spread out over 21 runs. The terrain is filled with mature trees and a rolling landscape indicative to the Kettle Moraine Area of Wisconsin, providing diverse skiing terrain for all ages and abilities. It is the only Southeastern Wisconsin resort to provide guests with ski-in/ski-out lodging options and is also home to full-service Bistro with excellent dining options.
Alpine Valley Ski Resort is 45 minutes from Milwaukee, WI, 2 hours from Chicago, IL, and five hours from St. Louis, MO. All these areas are serviced by major airlines.
Alpine Valley Ski Resort offers 388 feet of vertical drop, and the longest run (Alpine) is 3,000 feet. The steepest run is Big Thunder. Night skiing is available. The resort’s 20 runs are serviced by 12 chair lifts, and 100% snowmaking bolsters its 80 inches of annual snowfall. Top elevation is 1,040 feet, and base elevation is 820 feet. The resort hosts three terrain parks: Alpine (beginner), Mohawk (intermediate) and Shelter (advanced). Shelter Park features 10 rails and 4 jumps, and Mohawk Park has three rails, two hip jumps, two bowls and three volcanoes. This park also has 2 quarterpipes and 12 rails. The Alpine Park has five rails/boxes and three jumps.
The ski school has ski and snowboard group and private lessons for all ages and ability levels. The Snowdrift trail, accessed by the Valley View chairlift, is designed for intermediate boarders and skiers, and is 1,400 feet in length. The beginner area offers Terrain Based Learning with gradual slopes and areas to learn turning, stopping and balancing. This area is served by four Wonder Carpet lifts.