25512-Township Rd. 510D,
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Fantastic place for first timers!
Had a great time, first visit and great ski hills for green runners and intermediates. Will return more often next winter.
We had a really good time. I also took the grandkids and they really enjoyed the day. I found it a bit expensive but everyone had fun.
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It's a wee bit icy right now, but I think it's a wee bit icy everywhere. The weather has been a little goofy.
It was great, our whole family had fun . Thank you all.
Great staff great instruction fabulous family day
This is a great place to spend the day with family or take the kids and have them ski while you sit in the chalet and read a book. Food is a tad pricey (hot chocolate is $3), but food is expensive at all ski hills. Here, you are welcome to bring your own food. We packed juice and sandwiches and snacks. We go weekly in between going to the mountains. It's a great place to practice skills (for all levels) and their ski school on the weekends is FANTASTIC and really well managed. Kudos to Rabbit Hill.
Wonderful day, pleasant staff. Perfect family outing. Will go again!!!
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40 acres of terrain with some runs extending as long as a mile traverse the tree-dappled slopes at Rabbit Hill Snow Resort. There are three terrain parks here, all filled with enough boxes, rails, tubes, and jumps to keep you shredding and flying through the air all day. To help visitors surmount trails ranging from green circles to double black diamonds, instructors lead one- to three-day private and group lessons, as well as multi-day skiing.
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