Clear Water Outdoor is located at 744 Main Street in downtown Lake Geneva.Our sales floor provides you with a comfortable atmosphere to shop for casual clothing, yoga, multi-sport, outerwear, ski gear and footwear. The stores' Gearage is our paddling and camping center. We hope you'll come on in soon and see for yourself.
The Grand Geneva Resort and Spa invites its visitors to leave the real world behind for a little while. Every last scrap of it, that is. The 1,300 acre AAA Five-Diamond resort with Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture features 355 guest rooms, three dining options, and 62,000 square feet of event space. The fitness center boasts group classes such as yoga, a 35-foot climbing wall, pools, and basketball courts. Guests can also make their stay an overnight one and enjoy skiing, trolley rides, a gingerbread house competition, the more than two million holiday lights available for viewing, and more.
Over the past year, CamRock Cafe & Sport—in partnership with the Village of Cambridge and Capitol Water Trails—has transformed the Koshkonong Creek from a tricky maze of fallen trees into a clear and gentle waterway. Situated on the shore of the creek amid miles of meandering snowshoeing, mountain-biking, and cross-country-skiing trails, the café ensures that its clientele doesn't need to look far for something to do. The staff helps visitors take advantage of the terrain with bike, boat, gear, and Go-Go-Gadget 'copter rentals. Hosted events bring people together to explore the trails via bike and listen to live music back at the café, or take part in a yoga or spin class. After guests return from a sojourn, the café supplies them with more than 100 craft beers, toasted gourmet sandwiches, and Alterra coffee from the food and drink menus.
No ski lessons. No beginners allowed. All ungroomed terrain. Averaging 273 inches per year, Mount Bohemia is a snow-covered haven for seasoned skiers, eschewing bunny slopes for 500-plus acres with two chair lifts filled with 90 runs?most of which are rated for experts. The mountain's 900-foot vertical drop, noted for being the tallest in the midwest, has won it many fans, including MSN Travel, which named it on its list of 10 Undiscovered Ski Spots in 2006. They were also rated number one for best powder skiing east of the rockies by Powder Magazine.
Raging Buffalo's adrenaline junkies have turned their athletic addiction into a successful enterprise by offering snowboarding and wakeboarding lessons to beginners and experienced riders. In the summer, their instructors take to the wake for lessons that start at the wakeboard school?open since 2001?before taking students on 15-minute riding sessions. When winter comes, the instructors dry-dock their boards in local bear caves and show students how to navigate the drifts with snowboard lessons at their ski park, which opened in 1992. Additionally, Raging Buffalo plays host to a variety of events, from rail jams to USASA competitions.
The yawning flatlands of the greater Chicagoland area might seem like a strange place to find the United States's oldest continuously open ski club, but that's exactly where Norge Ski Club makes its home. Opened in 1905 by a crowd of powder-loving Norwegians, the club helps skiers catch some sweet air thanks to an artificial hill that towers above the treetops. Today, it hosts a jumping tournament every autumn, turning the event into a spectator sport with brats, popcorn, and alcoholic beverages.