Skiing & Snowboarding in Suamico


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  • Nordic Mountain Ski Area
    Everyone deserves to treat themselves every once in a while so head to Nordic Mountain Ski Area in Wild Rose today and have some fun. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    W5806 County Rd W
    Wild Rose, WI US
  • Navarino Hills
    At Navarino Hills, skis, snowboards, and inner tubes zoom down trails blanketed in freshly made snow. Double chairlifts and cable tows ferry visitors to the top of the slopes so they can start their run or help search for the yeti's lost contacts. After hitting the mountain, head inside the chalet to warm up with hot cocoa, coffee, or cappuccino daily or fish fries every Friday.
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    N685 Highway 187
    Shiocton, WI US
  • Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve
    Appleton's Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter. Be sure to visit the restaurant at this club for a delicious meal. Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at this club. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    4815 N Lynndale Dr
    Appleton, WI US
  • Herb's Wolf River Rafting
    Cast off from the ordinary and set a course for the extraordinary on a boating trip with Herb's Wolf River Rafting in White Lake. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    W2024 Buettner Ln
    White Lake, WI US
  • Granite Peak Ski Area
    If you really want to go all the way back, Granite Peak's story began some two billion years ago, when intense heat and volcanic activity built a mountain toward the heavens. But you don't have to dig quite that deep to understand how the mountain became what it is today. A little more than seven decades ago, a group of Wausau residents came together with ambition and a fair amount of elbow grease. Together, they cleared out six runs by hand and build a stone chalet from the quarry nearby. A ski resort was born, which is now the tallest and largest ski area in Wisconsin and just four hours from the Chicagoland area. Like the nation's love of quality television drama, Granite Peak has continued to grow over the decades. The steep and rolling terrain beneath its 700-foot summit, the tallest vertical drop in the Wisconsin or Upper peninsula, now encompasses a total of 75 runs, including beginner runs and mile-long cruising runs. High-speed chair lifts ferry skiers and snowboarders to the tops of these routes, and four terrain parks provide jumps, rails, and other features. The mountain is also lighted to allow for skiing and snowboarding after the sun sets behind the peak. Whatever the agenda of a snowy day, Granite Peak's ski patrol stays on-hand to keep things safe.
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    3605 North Mountain Road
    Wausau, WI US
  • Sunburst Ski Area
    Originally a family farm before two families of ski enthusiasts purchased the land in 1961, Sunburst Ski Area now encompasses 13 sundry ski runs as well as terrain parks and steep tubing lanes for winter athletes of all skill levels. Skiers and boarders plummet down nine runs that range from rolling bunny hills to harrowing double-black-diamond steeps. Flashy alpinists can trick out at the terrain parks, which boast a series of rails, ramps, and tables for mid-grind picnic lunches. Additionally, patrons can carve through the fresh powder after dark, as a full spotlight system keeps the slopes open until 9 p.m. from Monday–Thursday and 10 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. On the tubing hill, riders seated in inflatable tubes zoom, bob, and spin down 12 chutes measuring 900 feet long and spanning a 10-story descent. The tubes can reach speeds of more than 40 miles per hour, which is just fast enough to outpace the hungry snowmen that think each one is a gigantic donut.
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    8355 Prospect Dr.
    Kewaskum, WI US

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