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Covid Details

Get all the COVID-19 information you need to know before you go. All information is provided by the resort and updated regularly as processes and policies change.

Reservations

Resort policies and procedures.

Is a reservation required for lift access
Yes

Lift Reservation URL

Is a reservation required for parking
No

Base Lodge(s)

Are the base lodge(s) open
Yes

Are there rules/restrictions at the base lodge(s)
Yes

Are masks required
Yes

Base Lodge Regulation

We are operating our lodges and facilities at 25% total capacity.  Masks are mandated by state and local officials.  Please keep social distance and always have a mask on when walking around or away from your table.  

Lift Regulations

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions on lifts
Yes

Lift Regulations

Masks must be worn in line and through the loading process.  

Dining Regulations

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions for on-mountain dining
Yes

Dining Indoors
Yes

If available at less than 100% capacity, please specify %
25%

Dining Regulations

We are operating our lodges and facilities at 25% total capacity.  Masks are mandated by state and local officials.  Please keep social distance and always have a mask on when walking around or away from your table.  

Ski School

Are there COVID-19 rules/regulations for ski school
No

Ski Rental Legend

Are there COVID-19 rules/regulations for ski rentals
No

Transportation

Are there rules/restrictions on public transportation
No

Lodging Legend

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions on lodging
No

Elevation

  • 1942ft
    Summit
  • 700ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 1242ft
    Base

Lifts

  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 0
  • 2
  • 0
  • 2
  • 7
    Total

Terrain

  • Beginner Runs

    24%

  • Intermediate Runs

    24%

  • Advanced Runs

    45%

  • Expert Runs

    7%

  • Runs

    58

  • Terrain Parks

    4

  • Night Skiing

    155 ac

  • Longest Run

    0.9 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    155 ac

  • Snow Making

    155 ac

Overview

Rising high above the city, Rib Mountain, the highest point in the Badger State, plays host to one of the Midwest’s largest ski areas. Granite Peak, which resembles a small New England ski area, sprawls across 400 acres of the north-facing mountain sporting a big 700-foot vertical drop and 74 trails serviced by seven lifts including a new high-speed quad.

At night you would swear you were in Vermont with the lights of the ski trails shimmering high above the town; ribbons of light cascading down to the edge of the city, which sits at the base of the mountain. One of the best night skiing venues in the region, it’s a unique combination that you won’t find elsewhere around the Great Lakes.

More Info

Eatery, grill, tavern, coffee bar, ski and sports store, demos and tuning center, rental shop, and learning center. All the new buildings feature rough-cut lumber exteriors and rustic, knotty pine interiors in keeping with the original day lodge. It gives the small, functional village an old-time feel. The original chalet is a historic site.

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing11/25/202004/18/2021
  • Days Open Last Year
    136
  • Projected Days Open
    135
  • Years Open
    84
  • Average Snowfall
    75"

Gallery: Granite Peak Ski Area

Granite Peak Ski Area Reviews

Gloria and Glen Degenhardt
3rd March 20205
We love Granite Peak and purchased season tickets for our entire family. The hill is great! The chalet is fun and the...Full review
John Middleton
10th February 20203
It is hard to argue against Granitr Peak being the best hill in WI. The lifts are fast, the terrain is varied...Full review
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Current Conditions: Granite Peak Ski Area

Latest Snowfall

24 HR

0"

48 HR

0"

72 HR

0"
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Current Weather

Jan 19

11°F

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