The Whitecap Mountains


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In a Nutshell

Stay in a double- or quad-occupancy room when not enjoying 500-acre ski destination that features 43 ski runs for all experience levels

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Mar 13, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid on Feb 12/13 or 19/20. Must use promotional value in one visit. Valid for Whitecap Lodge rooms only. Valid for two or four people, depending on option, only. Must be 21 or older to check-in. 5.5% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$259 for a ski and stay package for two ($518 total value) * A two-night stay in a double-occupancy room * Two two-day lift tickets * Two breakfasts for each person * $20 toward dinner

$449 for a ski and stay package for four ($736 total value) * A two-night stay in a quad-occupancy room * Four two-day lift tickets * Two breakfasts for each person * $50 toward dinner

The Whitecap Mountains

Golf clubs aren't typically the first thing people pack when heading out to a ski resort, but The Whitecap Mountains' distinctly Midwestern environment manages to harmonize skiing, lodging, and golfing on its bucolic grounds. Spread across three mountains and 400 acres, the facilities feature 43 ski runs catering to all experience levels. Beginners' areas are carefully distanced from tougher runs, preventing newcomers from accidentally wondering into the complex terrain and traffic circles of the double-black-diamond trails.

In the valley of the Penokee Mountains, golfers play 18 holes designed by Midwest architect Garrett Gill. It's a course where a golf cart is not a luxury but a necessity. The first tees lie 200 feet above Weber Lake, setting the pace for 18 holes of mountainside golf distinguished by tricky elevation changes that give way to challenging lies as well as expansive views of the surrounding wilderness.

Customer Reviews

This place had the best skiing. The hotel is kind of old and don't expect it to be fancy. It's basic, but the skiing is what brings you back. The slopes are excellent and the people are SO SO SO nice. WE had a great trip.
Sandy G. · June 23, 2016
The warm weather made skiing a bit difficult, but still had a great time overall. Very friendly and out going staff. Will definitely be visiting again next year!
Nick H. · March 14, 2016
Really interesting ski/snowboard hill - Comparable to Granite peak but unique in its own right and a different experience for sure. Definitely a must-go. Nightlife is non-existent so bring a few friends! Lodge is nice enough - nothing fancy.
Craig H. · March 7, 2016

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