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MSIA – Cold is Cool – 4th and 5th Graders Ski Free with our NEW App!
MSIA Cold is Cool Passport allows Fourth and Fifth Graders to Ski Free in Michigan! Families can obtain a Cold is Cool Ski & Ride Passport App for their 4th and/or 5th graders that gives them up to three free lift tickets or trail passes at 28 participating ski areas, plus additional discounts on the slopes [...]

Crystal Mountain ~ Thanksgiving Reconnect Weekend ~ November 24 ~ 26, 2022
[ November 24, 2022 to November 26, 2022. ] Join us Thanksgiving weekend for a holiday full of special family activities. Thursday, November 24 5k Turkey Vulture Trot  Give your metabolism a boost over Thanksgiving Weekend with our Turkey Vulture Trot 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run! A portion of the proceeds will benefit  North Sky Raptor Sanctuary .  Learn More » Thanksgiving Buffet at the Wild Tomato - [...]

Crystal Mountain ~ Turkey Vulture Trot 5k and 1~Mile Fun Run ~ November 24, 2022
[ November 24, 2022; ] Give your metabolism a boost over Thanksgiving Weekend with our Turkey Vulture Trot 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run! The 5K will begin at 9am on Thursday, November 24 on our Mountain Center Road course. The 1-Mile Fun Run will begin at 10am. A portion of the proceeds will benefit North Sky Raptor Sanctuary. A commemorative medal will [...]

Crystal Mountain ~ Holiday Trail Celebration ~ November 25, 2022
[ November 25, 2022; ] Enjoy a festive tour through Crystal's quaint resort village. Each trail stop offers unique activities, entertainment, food & beverage and retail sales.

Crystal Mountain ~ First Light Celebration ~ November 25, 2022
[ November 25, 2022; 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ] Our First Light Celebration is now happening during our Holiday Trail Celebration! Santa will kick off the festivities at 5pm with a Horse Drawn Surrey ride down Crystal Mountain Drive starting from Kinlochen. He'll hop off at the Crystal Center and use his holiday magic to help us light our tree at 5:30pm sharp! Learn more about our [...]

Crystal Mountain ~ New Year’s Eve Celebration ~ December 31, 2022
[ December 31, 2022; ] Crystal Mountain - New Year's Eve with Fireworks... Kick-off 2021 at Crystal Mountain! Additional details coming soon.

Boyne Mountain ~ Opening November 23 for passholders and lodging guests – Thanksgiving Day for all
[ December 16, 2020; ] Early bird gets first chair. 💯 Mountain Express starts spinning at noon on November 23 for passholders and lodging guests! Get your first tracks of the season in until 4:30pm. 🤘 This season we have teamed up with @blackstrap and their #F1RSTCHAIR project to give out custom neck gaiters to our first 50 riders of the day. [...]

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Boyne Mountain – News and Specials via Social Media
Boyne Mountain via Twitter Boyne MountainFollow1,7584,969Ski, ride, stay, splash, zip, and play. The only requirement at Boyne Mountain is FUN! We’re ready when you are.Boyne Mountain@Boyne_Mountain·18 Nov 1593714572577411073We're carving more than just turkey this Thanksgiving...⛷ BOYNE MOUNTAIN IS OPENING FOR THE SEASON ON THANKSGIVING DAY! 🦃 Trade in your annual family 5k and trot over to the mountain [...]

Boyne Highlands – News and Specials via Social Media
Boyne Highlands Resort is a family-owned, four-season resort offering the most skiable acreage in Michigan and the highest vertical skiing and snowboarding in the Lower Peninsula. Additional winter activities include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, tubing, Zipline Adventures and more.   Boyne Highlands via Twitter Unable to load TweetsFollow Boyne Highlands – Photos From Instagram Below are the latest, [...]

What’s New For 2020 – 2021 – Pandemic Precautions at Michigan Ski Areas

Boyne Highlands – Winter Operations, What To Expect
We know this winter will look a little bit different at Boyne Highlands, and you’ll notice that we’ve made changes around the resort with guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and recommendations from the state and local health department. Our goal is to do our best in ensuring the safety of [...]

Crystal Mountain – Winter 2020-2021 – Frequently Asked Questions
Skiers and riders share many things: a love of the slopes, the feeling of freedom when cruising down runs and making memories with family and friends on a beautiful winter day. We are all part of an outdoor community, and that’s what makes Crystal Mountain special. Winter may look a little different this year, and that’s [...]

Boyne Mountain – Winter 2020 – 21 – What To Expect
Our commitment to guest and team member safety is our top priority. Knowing that operating during a pandemic is a very fluid situation, we did our due diligence in planning for a safe winter season ahead with the understanding that we all need to be flexible. With 415 skiable acres and large base areas, we [...]

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White Gold Card – Michigan Snowsports Industries Association makes it possible to ski at 31 areas for just $299


Michigan Snowsports Industries Association (MSIA) has produced the White Gold Card which allows the holder to ski at 31 different Michigan ski areas this winter for just $299.

The MSIA White Gold Card entitles the purchaser to ski one time at each of the participating ski areas during the 2020/2021 ski season. In addition to the 31 lift tickets, White Gold Card purchasers also receive one complimentary ski or snowboard tune-up, 3 hot wax sessions and a coupon for $20 off a purchase of $100 at participating retailers. Retail value is over $2,000!

White Gold Cards have been shipped to Michigan ski shops! We suggest you contact the shop near you to be sure they have arrived before heading out to purchase yours.

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MSIA – Cold is Cool – 4th and 5th Graders Ski Free with our NEW App!


MSIA Cold is Cool Passport allows Fourth and Fifth Graders to Ski Free in Michigan!

Families can obtain a Cold is Cool Ski & Ride Passport App for their 4th and/or 5th graders that gives them up to three free lift tickets or trail passes at 28 participating ski areas, plus additional discounts on the slopes and in Michigan ski shops. MSIA charges $25 for the passport (to cover app development and maintenance.)

In addition to the lift tickets donated by the participating ski areas, Cold is Cool Passport also includes a coupon for 20% off a helmet purchase and $20 off the purchase of $100 at participating ski shops across the state. Some ski areas have also included coupons for equipment rental and free or discounted lessons.

Note: We have turned the Passport booklet into an app to download on your phone, making it contactless at the lift ticket window. The app will be available to download before the snow flies. You can pre-order yours now, and once the app is ready, we’ll send instructions on how to download.

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MSIA – Michigan Ski Area Pandemic Guide 2020-2021

Without a doubt, 2020 has been a year of change.  Dealing with the safety of guests and staff during a pandemic has been a top priority of ski areas across Michigan as they prepare to open.  Indoor capacity limits, face covering rules, new outdoor dining options, new lift queue configurations, and social distancing rules are all changes that ski areas are making as they prepare to open. This season, the Michigan Snowsports Industries Association (MSIA) is urging skiers and riders to “Know before you go,” by checking the website of the ski area you are planning to visit to familiarize yourself with their COVID-19 protocol.

“Some ski areas are going to contactless lift ticket sales, others are bringing in food trucks for outdoor dining, changing the rental department around to aid in social distancing and limiting class sizes for ski and snowboard lessons,” says Steve Kershner, MSIA chairman and director of snow sports at Shanty Creek Resort.

One rule that will be consistent across all Michigan ski areas is the requirement to wear CDC-recommended face coverings in all indoor spaces, except when seated to eat or drink, and outdoors when 6 feet of physical distance cannot be maintained – such as the base lodge staging area, shuttles, lift lines, while loading and riding a lift, or entering an indoor facility.

“The important thing to remember is that we are doing this for the wellbeing of our guests and our staff. We want everyone to be able to head out and enjoy the slopes safely,” Kershner adds.

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