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All-Day Ski Pass with Optional Equipment Rentals at Swiss Valley Ski & Snowboard Area (Up to Half Off)

Jones

96% of 95 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

After more than 50 years in business, ski area invites visitors to traverse its 11 runs, 225 ft. peak, and fully-decked terrain parks

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 5th, 2013. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather. Not valid 12/22-1/1, 1/18-20, 2/16-18. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Humans often relax by communing with nature: hiking through mountains, paddling down rivers, and eating berries indiscriminately. Get your fill of nature with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $19 for an all-day ski pass (up to a $38 value)
  • $30 for an all-day ski pass (up to a $38 value) with choice of rental skis, ski boots, and poles or snowboard and snowboard shoes (up to a $38 value; up to a $76 total value)

Rates fluctuate throughout the week.

Swiss Valley Ski & Snowboard Area

When Jim Wiseman bought what would become Swiss Valley Ski & Snowboard Area in 1968, it consisted of a dilapidated farmhouse and seven rope tows. A mere day before opening, five of the tows were condemned. But Jim remained undeterred, forging ahead with a humble inventory of 122 pairs of rental skis. Today, that number has grown to 2,000, in addition to 500 snowboards, which plunge down 11 runs and a 225-foot peak that also allows guests to test-drive the equipment and practice their yardstick skills. The terrain parks, one of which was added in 1997 to reflect the resort’s devotion to freestyle skiing, greet visitors with new challenges such as tabletops, high spines, grind rails, and pyramids.

Whether skiers tackle the stunt-ready equipment or seek out beginner lessons, they’re guaranteed fresh powder thanks to Swiss Valley’s expert method of snowmaking. The technology ensures enough snow for winter fun, as long temperatures allow and no salt giants attack the slopes. After their frosty jaunt, visitors can warm up in the fireside lounge, dotted with a freestanding and picture windows that overlook the snowy terrain.


Reviews

The slopes were nice and the people at Swiss Valley were amazing!

Kasey K, TripAdvisor, 1/24/12

Learned to ski here and it gets better every year. Michiana region is lucky to have Swiss Valley!

Kathleen M., Yelp!, 2/7/12

Tips

  • “What a great trip and for 50% off lift tickets, you can't beat it!”

  • “The people were great, the lines were short. All around a wonderful outing!!”

  • “Very nice facility. 1960's Alpinesque styling of facility, beautifully kept up. Noticed staff swinging through the locker area, straightening benches during a down...”

    “Very nice facility. 1960's Alpinesque styling of facility, beautifully kept up. Noticed staff swinging through the locker area, straightening benches during a down time in the middle of the day. Nice Ski shop, cafeteria, bar, and fireplace areas. The "Most Difficult" run would probably only merit a "Blue" on a lot of hills since the vertical at Swiss Valley is under 250ft. Lots of kids and beginners, but for the most part skiing etiquette was observed. Good place to learn. ”

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    13421 Mann Street

    Jones, Michigan 49061

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