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Great views, very nice natural terrain. Skiing the sand stone bluffs makes you feel like your in the west. We enjoyed the pitch very challenging compared to some Midwest areas. Our grandson Declan enjoyed his first day on skis, he made it to the top of the T-bar run, that exhausted him but he's only 2.5 years old so that fantastic.
I'm a level 3 PSIA instructor and the mound took me back to skiing's simpler times.
Our family totally enjoyed it.... Full Review
Bruce Mound is a small ski hill located in the rolling hills of West Central Wisconsin. It offers very affordable beginner to intermediate skiing in a beautiful rural setting.
1 triple chair services the main runs with a T-bar and rope tow servicing the bunny hill and snow tube runs. A new (and fast) handle-tow services a fairly challenging snowboard terrain park.
There's never a lack of snow with the state-of-the-art snowmaking systems - the runs are groomed daily. Fun and well-lit night skiing is also offered.
The Staff is very friendly. Ski patrol and a simple café is located in the newly constructed main lodge adjoining the full service rental shop.
It's a great ski hill to take the family or friends out for an affordable and pleasant experience. Highly recommended for folks on a budget.
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Bruce was a great surprise for our group of three. Unfortunately the groomer had broke down and some of the slopes were very chunky and icy, but others that got more traffic were just fine. The lift tickets were just over $20, so it was a good deal. We didn't realize that you can go tubing for free with a ski ticket until the end of the day, otherwise we would have tried it. The best trails were Half-Moon, John's, and the George's. The George's were great because they were only natural snow and, although you had to skate to get to the top of them, they were all powder and offered up a good "side-country" experience that was totally unexpected in the Midwest. The only negative was that the cafeteria serves up the typical ski area fare. A must-ski if you are in the area! Keep it up Clark County!... Full Review
If you are looking for a unique ski hill with powder runs, look no further. No lift lines and non skiers can enjoy a large tubing hill.... Full Review
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